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Pine Valley Florist
4555 Hwy. #7 Unit 13
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Jun 14, 2018
Suffolk pig farm hopes flowers will feed bumblebees
Paul and Mark Hayward raise 500 pigs for the restaurant trade on Dingley Dell farm near Woodbridge.Habitat loss is one reason why UK bumblebee numbers have declined. The Haywards hope they will achieve their goal after trebling their pollinator-attracting planting to 33 hectares (81 acres).Paul Hayward said: "If you have diversity, the insects, bees, mammals and birds will follow."
The farm uses a seed mix of phacelia, sainfoin, birds-foot trefoil, alsike clover, musk mallow, campium and vetch.The brothers decided to increase their planting as a result of the interest shown by chefs during farm tours. Mark Hayward said: "Two or three years ago, we realised they didn't just want to talk to us about the welfare of our pigs, but were excited about our pollen mixes and wild bird covers."Essex butcher Direct Meats, which sells their meat, offered financial support for the plan.
The farm developed a rotational system for its pork production which allows it to grow both grass and wildflower mixes.Two species of bumblebee became extinct in the UK in the 20th Century, and a further eight are on conser... Jul 27, 2017
Fresh cut flower farms spring up around Detroit
Sarah Pappas started Fresh Cut Flower Farm on the edge of Woodbridge in 2013. Her flowers now decorate local shopsBuy PhotoSarah Pappas has quarter-acre flower farm on the corner of Rosa Parks and West Forest.(Photo: Clarence Tabb Jr. / The Detroit News)Buy PhotoDetroit — Sarah Pappas talks about the white snapdragons, purple-pink dianthuses or yellow rudbeckias that sprout on her flower farm and get bundled in bouquets like people in her life with strict needs and wants.“They want it to be cool, dim and still. And they want you you to change the water and cut the stems at least once in a week,” said Pappas, sitting under a shaded tree at her Fresh Cut Flower Farm. The “they” she was referring to were vibrant bouquets for sale last week.From 4-8 p.m. on Thursdays, Pappas, 33, invites the community to explore her quarter-acre farm on the corner of Rosa Parks and West Forest. The farm faces a decaying abandoned building and is partially gated by a black fence, yet passersby can’t miss the hoop house and pops of petals swaying in the wind.“I rea... (The Detroit News)Mar 23, 2017
Events in Fauquier County for Thursday, March 16 through Sunday, March 19, 2017
Christian Women’s Connection of Warrenton. Doug Burrows of Flower Gallery in Manassas will be featured along with speaker Giselle Watenpaugh of Woodbridge. For reservations contact Stephanie at 540-347-7150. Warrenton Presbyterian Church, Fifth St. entrance, Warrenton. 9:30 a.m.Homeschool Hub: Meet your local librarians to brainstorm ways to help the library serve the homeschool community in the greater Prince William County area. Activities provided for the kids. Make new friends and break new ground with the librarians and other homeschoolers. All ages. Haymarket Gainesville Community Library, 14870 Lighter Road, Haymarket. 2 p.m. Free.Friday, March 17Book Cellar Open: New selections added weekly. Books, movies and music for all ages. Proceeds benefit the library and support programs for children, teens and adults. Call 540-341-3447 to volunteer or for more information. John Barton Payne Building Basement, 2 Courthouse Square, Warrenton. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.Preschool Story Time: Independent story time for 3 to 5 year old children. Parents and caregivers must remain in the children’s areas. John Marshall Branch Library, 4133 Rectortown Road, Marshall. 10:30-11 a.m. Free. Saturday, March 18Music Together Class: For children up to age 5 with parents or caregivers. Experience new songs, chants, movement, activities, and instrumental jam sessions. The teacher helps adults understand how to participate and the importance of relaxing and enjoying the activities with their children. To register call 571-408-3437. Warrenton Aquatic and Recreation Facility, 800 Waterloo Road, Warrenton. 10 a.m. Chili Bowl 2017: Fundraiser for Piedmont Softball Association. Everyone bringing a pot of chili is eligible to compete for awards in the different categories. The chili receiving the most votes wins the title of 2017 PSA “Bested Chili.” Drinks and hotdogs will also be available for sale. Open to the public. For more information call 540-317-5920 or 540-660-2908. Bill Payne Auction Gallery, 10 Maddox Lane, Amissville. 3-7 p.m. All-you-can-eat chili and cornbread is $7 for adults, $4 for kids 6-11 years old, kids 5 and under free. Ninth Annual Kite Flight: Bring your kite and fly them at the vineyard. Prizes will be given for Best in Show, Most Time Aloft, Most Creative Kite, Youngest Kite Flyer, and Youngest at Heart. Judging begins at 3 p.m. Pizza will be available for sale. Three Fox Vineyards, 10100 Three Fox Lane, Delaplane. 1-3 p.m.Book Cellar Open: New selections added weekly. Books, movies and music for all ages. Proceeds benefit the library and support programs for children, teens and adults. Call 540-341-3447 to volunteer or for more information. John Barton Payne Building Basement, 2 Courthouse Square, Warrenton. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.Yoga: Do you know your downward dog from your up dog? If you’d like to learn more about yoga and its many benefits, join in for a yoga class with an instructor from the WARF. For all ages. Warrenton Central Library, 11 Winchester St., Warrantor. 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Free.Bealeton Paws to Read: Children ages 5-10 may sign-up to read their favorite books to trained therapy dogs. Children must be accompanied by parents or other caregivers, and may read whatever they choose. A signed permission slip is required before children may participate in the program. Call the library to sign up 540-422-8500. Bealeton Branch Library, 10877 Willow Drive North, Bealeton. 10:30 a.m.-noon. Free.Mountain Vista Governor’s School Leprechaun Leap 5K: Hosted by the schools’ PTO. Leashed pets and strollers welcome. Registration is open to runners of all ages with prizes for each age group. Refreshments will be offered along with door prizes. On-site registration begins at 8 a.m. All proceeds support the educational programs at MVGS. For more information contact Linda Williams 540-347-6237. Blandy Experimental Farm and Virginia State Arboretum, 400 Blandy Farm Lane, Boyce. 9 a.m. $20 in advance, $25 on race day. Amis... (Fauquier Times)Dec 15, 2016
Arlington funeral planned for Woodbridge sailor killed in Syria
A full military funeral in Arlington National Cemetery is now set for the Woodbridge sailor killed in Syria last month.
Senior Chief Petty Officer Scott Cooper Dayton, 42, will be laid to rest at 9 a.m. Thursday, according to an obituary published by an Alexandria funeral home.
The Navy and Department of Defense previously announced that Dayton died near the city of Ayn Issa in northern Syria on Nov. 24, after he was wounded by an improvised explosive device while working as a member of the Navy’s Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Mobile Unit Two. He is the first U.S. service member to die as part of the U.S. effort to fight the Islamic State in Syria, known as “Operation Inherent Resolve.”
According to the obituary, Dayton leaves behind a wife and two children.
“Scott's family would like to thank their family, friends, neighbors and military community for the outpouring of love and support,” the obituary reads. “His loss was felt deeply by those who have known and cared for him. Scott has long been viewed as a hero by his family and friends and a fearless... (Inside NoVA)Nov 3, 2016
Gardener State: A dry Oktoberfest
The Woodbridge figures were found in the clay pits where the Woodbridge center now stands, and over the years have made their way to Paris. Photos courtesy of the Woodbridge Public Library and Ricco/Maresca Gallery. Nick Muscavage/Staff Video
A drought warning has been issued for Central Jersey.(Photo: ~File)
Fourteen of NJ’s 21 counties are under a drought warning as implemented by the NJDEP based on rainfall deficits and low levels in drinking water reservoirs.
This is the first drought warning since November of 2001, which subsequently became an emergency as drought conditions worsened, and not phased out until the latter half of 2002 into early 2003.
Major reservoir systems are below their normal levels for this time of year and will likely need transfers of water through interconnected infrastructure to balance storage.
More state water supply status information is available at www.njdrought.org.
Late last month, Department of Environmental Protection Commiss... (MyCentralJersey.com)Sep 21, 2016
Girls Soccer Roundup for Saturday, Sept. 17
Sophie Brause added assists. Andrea Leitner made four saves.
Middletown South 3, Old Bridge 0: Nicole Carbone made seven saves for Old Bridge (3-2).
Woodbridge 6, Perth Amboy 0: Anjanie Gilzean scored twice for Woodbridge (3-1). Gabby D'Emilio added one goal and one assist. Jennifer Altman, Oliva Gattone and Sophia Gomez also scored. Emily Mazzarella, Kelsey Savoia and Jordan Vazquez each had an assist. For Perth Amboy (0-5), Danya Reynoso made 13 saves.
Delaware Valley 1, Phillipsburg 1: Katherine Schiereck scored for Delaware Valley (0-4-1). Brianna Schneider made 20 saves.
Bridgewater-Raritan 2, Ramapo 1: Alexa Comune and Morgan Winchock scored for Bridgewater-Raritan (5-0).
Bishop Ahr 2, North Brunswick 0: Emma Herban and Daniela Tornatore scored for Bishop Ahr (4-0). Jill Balsamo added an assist. Kelly Harmon made two saves.
Princeton Day 5, Rutgers Prep 1: Thara Kalvala scored on an assist from Sophie Thellmann for Rutgers Prep (3-1).
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