Upcoming Extension ProgramsMatt Boster
Posted by: Matt Boster
Date: Apr 18 2017 7:27 AM
On Saturday, April 29th, WRC’s Assured Data Destruction, the Alabama Cooperative Extension System, and Discovery Recycling will offer residents the opportunity to have their unused outdated electronics (there will be a $10.00 disposal fee for glass-screen TVs and computer monitors), paper records and data storage materials shredded and recycled during a FREE Community Recycling Event. Drop off your items to be recycled or shredded at the Houston County Farm Center Parking Lot from 8:00-11:00 a.m. This free event aims to raise public awareness of the need to securely destroy confidential material in order to prevent identify theft and fraud, as well as to encourage people to recycle their electronics safely. The drop-off event is free and open to the public. Assured Data Destruction is AAA NAID (National Association for Information Destruction), the highest certification available for the secure document destruction business. For additional information and for a list of accepted items, please contact Cynthia Green at WRC’s Assured Data Destruction at 334.792.0022, Ext. 308, email email@example.com or Phillip Carter at the Houston County Extension Office at 334 794-4108 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
There will be two Recreational Pond Management Workshops in the Wiregrass area conducted by Alabama Cooperative Extension System. On May 6th at the Houston County Extension Office in Dothan and on May 20th at the Wiregrass Research and Extension Center in Headland from 9:00AM to 2:00PM. Topics covered will be managing ponds for good fishing, aquatic plant control, aquatic wildlife nuisance, electrofishing and trapping demonstration, and aquatic herbicide application (approved by ADAI for pesticide points). The registration fee is $15 that includes lunch. Contact the Houston County Extension Office to pre-register for the program in Dothan at 334 794-4108 or the Henry County Extension Office for the program in Headland at 334 585-6416.
On Friday May 26th the Alabama Cooperative Extension System will offer a Chainsaw Safety Workshop at the Dale County Extension Office located at 202 South Highway 123 in Ozark starting at 9:00AM. The topics covered will be safety practices, chainsaw design, ergonomics, properly starting a chainsaw, limbing and bucking, basic felling, and on site demonstrations. There is a $10.00 registration fee that includes lunch. To register contact the Dale County Extension Office at 334 774-2329.