Agri-tourism can take many forms. Roadside stands and farmers’ markets offer farm-fresh produce and interaction with growers. Farms may open to the public for wildlife watching and hunting. Ag tours, on farm bed-and-breakfasts, and dude ranches give tourists the fresh air, open space, and relaxation of country life.
U-pick operations, pumpkin patches, Christmas tree farms, hay mazes, farm-animal petting zoos, wine tasting, ag heritage museums, festivals, and fairs all attract visitors.
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Want to get involved in the greatest youth program happening in your community? Then join 4-H and bring a friend along with you. 4-H is your passport to adventure!
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Pine trees (Pinus sp.) are hardy evergreen conifers that have varying charac-teriscs and growing requirements, depending on the species or culvar of the pine. Pines are hardy trees that require lile maintenance and generally no ferlizaon. However, adding an organic ferlizer to the pine tree can help improve poor soil and give the plant a nutrient boost…continue reading?
If you are like the folks in our oﬃce, you think Spring has forgoen about us!! But, surly it hasn’t. While we wait, have a look inside for some great programs and workshops coming up in Clay and the surrounding counties…continue reading?
Well, the new year has begun, whether you were ready or not! So what is on your horizon for 2015? Have you set any goals for the new year?…continue reading?
Holiday season is upon us!! Like most of you, I am looking forward to family, food and fun. This me of year always gets me thinking about the future. What do we want to accom-plish next year? What will we be talking about this me next year? What will be the big events or topics of 2015? What does the future hold for us and for our families?…continue reading?
Fall is approaching, and it is one of my favorites. I love how the view changes daily to almost hourly. This poem says it all…continue reading?
It’s not like any other place: rolling hills, crooked creeks, prime hunting and fishing, friendly folks, and lots of trees! Welcome to Clay County, Alabama, where more than 80 percent of the land is a forest. Trees paint a beautiful landscape, but they also help clean water, improve air quality, become useful products, and provide jobs. In a rural county like Clay County, our natural resources are one of our biggest assets.