Magic Moments Newsletter: January 2019

Magic Moments Newsletter: January 2019

Jan 1, 2019


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Welcome to a new year!

Have you made your New Year's resolutions yet? Can we suggest one more? Whether you are preparing to make 2019 a bit healthier, more active, closer to friends and family, or simply a bit simpler, agriculture has a role in all of those. Choose more fruits and vegetables by visiting your local farmers market, stretch those legs with a hike at a state park, have quality family time picking blueberries at a local farm, or simplify your life by choosing to watch a sunset instead of Netflix.

Share how agriculture is a part of your new year on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook with #tnmagicmoments.

"There would be no magic without ag!" #TNMAGICMOMENTS

Are you missing this month's podcast? With the holidays, we took a short break, and we will back on the airwaves in February. In the meantime, may we recommend last year's episode: Wedding Bells at the Farm?

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January 2019 Events in TN

January 7: Tennessee Pest Control Licensing and Advisory Board
January 8: Tennessee Forestry Commission
January 24: Eastern Tennessee Grain and Soybean Conference
January 25-26: Winter Heritage Festival
January 31: Food for Profit Workshop

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Agriculture making headlines

A Legacy of Denim

L.C. King Manufacturing Company in Bristol, Tennessee, isn’t your average clothing store. It has weathered the Great Depression and the Great Recession, real wars and trade wars, and revolutions in culture and technology. But with a dedication to quality and listening closely to customers, the company’s leadership and employees keep this 105-year-old clothing company on the map in 2018.

2019 Calendar

Home gardeners and growers across the state can now utilize a free resource for planting in 2019. The Tennessee Home Garden Vegetable Calendar has been developed by the University of Tennessee Extension Fruit and Vegetable Workgroup to help users create a comprehensive plan for home vegetable gardens.

Protecting TN Deer

After the confirmed detection of chronic wasting disease (CWD) in ten wild deer, Tennessee Department of Agriculture Commissioner Jai Templeton is implementing emergency rules to prevent further spread of the disease.

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