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All of us can influence the introduction, spread, and management of invasive species. Learn more by participating in this year’s New York Invasive Species Awareness Week, June 5-11. more
As the spring cleanup and gardening seasons begin, you may begin to come across old garden supplies that you are unsure of how to properly dispose of. more
Community gardens are becoming increasingly popular, offering an opportunity for local residents to work together to grow fresh produce for themselves and their neighbors. more

As a kid, I would admire the peonies in my grandmother’s flower garden, not so much because I appreciated the beautiful blooms as the fact that peony buds were always covered with ants. more
Registration for the June Food $en$e program — open to everyone regardless of income — will take place in Rome, Lee, Camden, Holland Patent, and Oneida. more
Spring is kickoff season for many kitchen remodels, bathroom updates and deck repairs, but recent economic turmoil may have homeowners questioning their home improvement plans. more
There are many ways a pet can get at a poisonous plant: houseplants, gardens, floral arrangements, and even cuttings discarded in the garbage. more
Cornell Cooperative Extension Oneida County is hosting a free Urban Agriculture Learning Lab series. more
Affordable plants from loved gardens were taken to new homes Friday at the Green Thumb Garden Club of Oneida Castle. more
The Sherrill Garden Club Plant and Bake Sale will take place from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, May 20, at the Community Activity Center, 139 E. Hamilton St. more
From just the right book to just the right wheels, there are lots of ways to please all the mothers in your life when their special holiday rolls around. more
Anyone who has ever tried to garden under or around a black walnut tree (Juglans nigra) has undoubtedly been frustrated. more
Volunteers with the Utica chapter of Sleep in Heavenly Peace will be hard at work all weekend long as they build beds for children in need during their second annual Mega Build event. more
For 33 years, Oneida has been dedicated to keeping its city green with a Tree City USA designation. more
Waterbury Memorial Presbyterian Church is holding their Spring Rummage Sale Friday, May 12, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and bag sale Saturday, May 13, from 10 a.m. to noon. more
First Source Federal Credit Union will host its annual plant sale Wednesday, May 10, through Saturday, May 13, during its normal branch hours at its 4451 Commercial Drive location. more
New York state is banning natural gas stoves and furnaces in most new buildings, a policy that’s part of a national movement aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions. more
Credit card rewards help our family save money on groceries, gas and other necessities. more
With maybe a foot of snow covering the Trenton Falls trails earlier this month, they looked a little different than on other visits. more
Before eliminating all but your chosen cultivars this year, think about the role native plants have in the ecosystem. more
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