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UK public health researchers recently completed a community-based research project to develop bilingual resources outlining practical safety skills for Thoroughbred farm workers.

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Did you know that some ticks are also active during winter?

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Native plants are often easier to grow than exotics due to adaption. Many of Kentucky's native fruits produce well throughout eastern North America.

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Apples, bananas, oranges, pears, peaches, and grapes ─ we eat these common fruits every day. Local sources for these fruits, however, can be difficult to find due to their preference for a longer, warmer growing season. Kentucky native fruit trees are adapted to grow in our varying soil types and withstand our unpredictable weather.

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Don't forget about Come Sew With Us on Monday!
Come Sew With Us on Monday, January 23 between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. This month, we're sewing the Many Pocket Purse!

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With some many options available on the market, you might not know how to choose.

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Thinking of planting fruit trees? Learn about site selection and other basics from a #CoopExt expert John Strang.

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Come Sew With Us on Monday, January 23 between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. This month, we're sewing the Many Pocket Purse!

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Carrie Oser, associate professor of sociology and co-director of the Health, Society and Population Program, studies ways to improve the outcomes for ex-prisoners who might return to opioid use.
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