...JACC. Learn when to harvest and how to get the most from your garden treasures. Sponsored by the Southeast Alaska Master Gardeners Association. Free. Details: www.seakmg.org or 796-6221.Halau Hula 'o 'Olili'ula classes, 6-8...
...and Blue Poppy from Seeds" with Ed Buyarski, 12:05-12:55 p.m., JACC. fSponsored by the Southeast Alaska Master Gardeners Association. Free. Details: www.seakmg.org.Halau Hula 'o 'Olili'ula classes, 6-8 p.m., dance...
...cold treatment, and lighting for seed starting success. This free opportunity is sponsored by the Southeast Alaska Master Gardeners Association. For more information, visit www.seakmg.org..
...JACC. Learn when to harvest and how to get the most from your garden treasures. Sponsored by the Southeast Alaska Master Gardeners Association. Free. Details: www.seakmg.org or 796-6221.Women, Infants, and Children walk-in clinic...
...lighting for seed starting success. This event is free and open to the public, and is sponsored by the Southeast Alaska Master Gardeners Association. For more information, go online to seakmg.org.
The 12th Annual Harvest Fair, organized by the Juneau Community Garden Association, will be held Saturday at the community garden on Montana Creek Road.
The Marie Drake gym was a busy place last Saturday for the seventh annual Capital City High School Science Fair. Eighty-three individual projects and 26 team projects, involving 130 students, were displayed.
Individuals and organizations that benefit and enhance the health, education and welfare of individuals in Southeast Alaska communities can seek funding support from the Wythe Dornan and Brian Douglas Memorial Fund. Applications will be accepted until Aug. 9.
Juneau's few snow dumpings this winter provided skiing, sledding, snowshoeing and snowmachining opportunities for many local residents. For Kacie Timothy, 16, they provided a science project. "There were two major snow-deposit events this winter, before the one this week," said Timothy, a sophomore at Juneau-Douglas High School. She was one of 105 students who participated in the Southeast Alaska Regional Science fair held Saturday at the Marie Drake gym at JDHS.
The winners of the Southeast Alaska Regional Science Fair, held Saturday in Juneau, are Joey Bosworth and Erika O'Sullivan in a group project on the effects of age and succession type on the composition of forest overstory and understory; Sara Bogert, who studied how carbon source affects microbial sulfate reduction in mine tailings; and Sam Post, who studied how wing curve affects lift force.
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