Living on the land class open
Registration for WSU Clark County Extension’s Small Acreage Program’s twelve week class series, “Living On the Land – Stewardship for Small Acreages,” is now open. It is sponsored by WSU Clark County Extension and Public Works Clean Water Program, and prepares participants with the knowledge necessary to develop a sustainable property management plan.
Participants learn about important topics pertaining to soil, water, and plant and animal management that guide sound stewardship decisions for small acreages.
Topics are presented by local and regional experts and include pasture management, controlling weeds, wildlife, soil health, well and septic maintenance, and others. Graduates learn practices that enhance natural resources and helpful strategies for improving their property by taking a whole farm approach, according to a press release from the organization.
“The real value of Living On the Land is hearing from regional specialists and making connections with local landowners.” said Amber Lefstead, program coordinator.
Doug Stienbarger, Director of WSU Clark County Extension, adds “Living On the Land teaches management practices that help landowners save time and money, improve property value, and protect natural resources.”
Classes run from 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesdays, August 30 to Nov. 15. Registration is $50 per family (including up to two attendees). The registration deadline is Tuesday, Aug. 29. Contact email@example.com or visit ext100.wsu.edu/clark/calendar/ for registration details.
‘Wizard of Oz,’ is Friday movie in the park
Camas ‘Movies in the Park’ continue with ‘Wizard of Oz’ on Aug. 18
The classic 1939 film, “The Wizard of Oz,” will be shown at 8:30 p.m., Friday, Aug. 18, in Crown Park, 120 N.E. 17th Ave., Camas.
“Moana” can be viewed at 8:15 p.m., Friday, Aug. 25, at the same location.
Admission is free to “Movies in the Park,” a series of films supported by Camas United Methodist Church, in cooperation with Camas Parks and Recreation. Movie viewers are encouraged to bring chairs and blankets. Snacks will be available to purchase. Dogs are not allowed in Crown Park.
For more information, visit www.cityofcamas.us/images/DOCS/PARK_REC/REPORTS/newsletterparks.pdf.