We’ve had a little over two inches of rain at our place over the past week or so. The unseasonably warm, spring-like weather has given way to more normal temperatures for this time of year. This morning started out at about 44, and colder weather is coming. The forecast for the next few days is morning temperatures in the high 20s and afternoon temperatures in the 40s.
We’ve finalized plans with Eddie Ayers at the Fannin Extension office to offer a Georgia Master Naturalist certification in the spring. This program will run from March 22 to May 17, on consecutive Wednesdays at the Bonnie Higdon Reeves campus in Epworth. Cost will be $225. Class size is limited, and registration will be on a “first come, first served” basis. To register or request more information, respond to my email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The program is run out of the Warnell School of Forestry at the University of Georgia, through the local extension office. There is more information on this link: