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By Beka Compton
The Times 

Garden with the Columbia County Rural Library

A four-week series taught by gardening and soil experts will provide basic knowledge for growing greens this summer


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Seed Library welcomes donations of seeds, especially home-preserved from the area.

DAYTON-The Columbia County Rural Library District welcomes the WSU Extension's Master Gardening Program for a four-week intro into all things gardening, starting with the dirty work- literally! The program begins on March 7 and the first Monday of each month, through June.

Director of Library Services Todd Vandenbark said the first class would be about seeds and soil. An introduction to soil, additives, composting, and the benefit of worms will be the second session's topic, and the third session will discuss functional aesthetics.

"It's going to be kind of a natural progression," explain...

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