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Carbon Monoxide: The Silent Killer

April 29, 2016

Carbon monoxide is a silent killer? Visit the Healthy Homes Partnership for more information on keeping your home safe.

Spring Compost Sales at UConn

April 27, 2016

UConn is again offering our spring compost sale. We will start selling compost on Friday, April 29th. Our sale hours will be Fridays from 1:00pm to 4:30pm and Saturdays from 10:00am to 4:30pm, weather dependent. All sales are cash only and the selling price is $25.00 per yard. There will be no limit to the […]

Be a Smart Consumer: Buying Local Eggs

April 25, 2016

Buying Eggs From Your Local Farmer or Backyard Producer By: Diane Wright Hirsch, Senior Extension Educator, UConn Extension   Having back yard chickens has become quite the trend. In Connecticut, many towns have instituted ordinances where none existed or where backyard farm animals were not previously allowed. In Hamden, for example, an ordinance was passed […]

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