This months topic will be (Equipment needs and assembly of new equipment. Also, why didn't my bees survive the winter).
Where : Jarrett Prairie Center Museum
Time : 2pm.
Fee : $2 per person
Ages : 8 years and older
These are monthly workshops and you don't have to register to attend.
Winter Lecture - Corn: How it changed itself and then changed everything else
Join writer and food historian, Cynthia Clampitt to learn about the history of corn. about 10.000 years ago, a weedy grass in Mexico possessed a strange trait known as a "jumping gene" transforming it self into a more useful grass - the cereal grass that we would come to know as maize then corn. Nurtured by prehistoric farmers, this grain would transform the Americas even before the first European contact.
Where : Jarrett Prairie Center
Time : 2pm
Fee : All of our winter lectures are free programs
Ages : Adults
You don't have to be registered to attend the winter lectures.