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Plant A Tomato/Support The Library

Now that the snow has apparently ceased for the season, Lyons “tomato-grower-extraordinaire” Dave Williams has a wide variety of tomato plant starters available for residents who would like to help support the Lyons Depot Library (currently located at 405-A Main Street). Williams over the years has successfully grown many varieties of tomatoes, and has come up with a list of his favorites that

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Spring Abounds with Colorado Herbs

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Colorado Department of Agriculture
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Each month, the Colorado Department of Agriculture features a different commodity to highlight the variety and quality of products grown, raised or processed in the state. This month, Colorado herbs are

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Stonebridge Farm Offers Backyard Viticulture Options

By Kayann Short
The micro winery and test vineyard at Stonebridge Farm CSA, 5169 Ute Hwy, Longmont, Colorado, announces the planting of six new cold-hardy wine grape varieties:  Chambourcin, Chancellor, Corot Noir, DeChaunac (reds), Brianna, and Frontenac Gris (whites).  All the wine

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Adopt a Tree Project News Update

By Ron Gosnell
The organizational meeting for the Lyons Lions Club’s “Adopt a Tree” flood recovery project (the tree planting will take place April 26) is off and running to a great start, thanks to enthusiastic and caring Lyons citizens.

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Still Beautifying Lyons One Flower At A Time!

Still Beautifying Lyons One Flower At A Time!

The Lyons Garden Club is now moving forward with plans to begin cleaning-up and restoring of some landscape areas in town that were damaged during the flood. While some planting areas were severely damaged, there are others, which can be returned to their former beauty with just a little T.L.C., and the help of volunteers.

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