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.
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all-day Texas Organic Farmers & Gardener... @ Mesquite, TX
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The Texas Organic Farmers & Gardeners Association (TOFGA) 2023 conference includes three days of in-depth workshops and learning sessions, plus multiple off-site intensives and farm tours. Additional highlights include a farm-to-table banquet with keynote speaker,...
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