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Free program being offered July 25

Jul 13, 2017

The public is invited to attend a free program on herb-infused olive oils and vinegars, jams, soaps, salves and balms. The program will be presented by Jocelyn and Tim Engman of Pickle Creek Farm and will be held July 25, at 6:30 p.m. at the Washington County Extension office.

Pickle Creek is an organic herb farm located near Fairfield. These fourth-generation farmers grow herbs and take the process from seed to store. They create infused olive oils, vinegars, jams, soaps, salves and lip balms using original family recipes.

The program is open to the public and is being hosted by the Washington County Master Gardeners.

For more information on the program or the Washington County Master Gardners please contact the Extension office at 319-653-4811. Registration is now being taken for a Master Gardener training to be held starting in September.

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