Spiders aren’t so spooky after all! There are many kinds of spiders in Oklahoma. Most are harmless and play a valuable ecological role in controlling insect populations. Learn about common spiders, how to recognize those of concern, and appreciate their value in the natural world.
Not So Spooky Spiders
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4:00 pm Eastside Fresh Market Harvest Fest @ Oklahoma City (OSU Extension Conference Center)
Eastside Fresh Market Harvest Fest @ Oklahoma City (OSU Extension Conference Center)
Oct 4 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Join the Eastside Fresh Market for its first FREE Harvest Fest. There will be a wide range of fun activities for the entire family, such as pumpkin decorating, a fall photo booth, creating a fall...
all-day American Community Gardening Ass... @ New Orleans (Loyola University)
American Community Gardening Ass... @ New Orleans (Loyola University)
Oct 6 – Oct 9 all-day
The American Community Gardening Association conference is unique, a place to meet and share ideas with community gardeners and garden organizations from across North America. They are informative, inspiring, empowering, and fun. The 2022 ACGA...
11:00 am Guiding Resilience: A Legal Work... @ online
Guiding Resilience: A Legal Work... @ online
Oct 6 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Guiding Resilience is a legal workshop that empowers agricultural service providers to guide farmers and ranchers towards resolutions for their legal vulnerabilities. Complete this five-session, highly interactive, and facilitation-focused workshop ready to share your assets...
all-day Symbolic Monarch Migration Proje...
Symbolic Monarch Migration Proje...
Oct 7 all-day
Through the Symbolic Migration Project, youth can become active participants in monarch conservation. Families, home schools, nature centers, youth groups, and classrooms are welcome to participate! Group leaders can access lessons and activities that engage...
2:00 pm Agroforestry & USDA Webinar Series @ online
Agroforestry & USDA Webinar Series @ online
Oct 7 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
USDA’s National Agroforestry Center is launching a free 10-part monthly webinar series to highlight how different USDA programs can be used to advance agroforestry adoption. Each individual webinar will include two speakers and one USDA...
4:00 pm Community Food Projects Competit...
Community Food Projects Competit...
Oct 7 @ 4:00 pm
October 7, 2022, is the deadline for applications to the USDA NIFA Community Food Projects Competitive Grant Program. Community Food Projects are designed to increase food security in communities by bringing the whole food system...