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1 0 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, August 7, 2003 STEWARDSHIP APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE This program provides cost- share assistance to have a plan completed on landowner's prop- ert>: Landowners interested in obtaining a fbrest S~wardship plan fbr their property need to contact their local U.S. Depart- ment of Agriculture Farm Ser- vice Agency office. "Good forest resource management should begnn with a plan whether your interests are hunting, hiking, attractive forests, timber pro- duction, wildlife habitat im- provement, or just protecting the soil and water," says Dave Lilly, Assistant State Forester. The West Virginia Division of ForestD' will pay 75% of the cost for landowners to obtain a plan that will meet their goals and objectives. The average plan costs $5.50-$6.40 per acre de- pending on the acreages planned, with the landowner paying only 25% of that cost. "Pdl plans are prepared by trained and certified professional forest- ers. '[~e plan vdlt include infor- mation about timber types, sizes and amounts of volume," says Lilly'. "It lists soil characteristics, growth rates, and suggests ways of using the resource to provide for owner pnonties while assur- ing tile forest will stay healthy and grow rapidly." To qualify; a landowner must have at least 10 acres of land to be eligible for the cost-share program. Forest Stewardship is open to private non-industrial landowners. "We want the people of West Virginia to real- ize what an import,ant, renew- able. natural resource we have," says Lilly. "With careful plan- ning, that resource wilt remain beautiful and productive for generations to come." Those interested in getting help planning for the future of the wo~Mlot should stop by their local Farm Service Agency office %m#u? 9*&z/ee# AN OLD FASHIONED FARM MARKET PEACHES and complete the application. Applications also may be down- loaded off the West Virginia Di- vision of Forestry's website, www.wvtorestry.com. For more information about how to enroll your land in the Forest Steward- ship program, please contact the USE THE HOMEWORK AND INSTANT MESSAGING FrontierNet DSL High-Speed Jefferson County Agency at 209 E. Ranson, %%: 25438, 3471, ext. 2. BANKING AND SHOPPING ONLINE FrontierNet Dial-Up Internet Access Up !o 56 K~ps DOWNLOADING MUSt{ PLAYING ( FrontierNet DSL Up to ~ Mbps FIRST DAY FOR KINDERGARTEN The first day of school for kindergarten students in Jef- ferson County is Tuesday, Au- gust 26. Between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., students and parents attend school for orientation with their teachers. Kindergartners currently enrolled will receive a specific orientation schedule from their school principal. Consult individual schools for specific information. SMS ORIENTATION Shcpherdstown Middle School Principal James Pingley has announced that an orienta- tion for sixth grade and new students will be held in the Shepherdstown Middle School gymnasium on Thursday, Au- gust 14, at 9:30 a.m. During the orientation, stu- dents will receive their sched- ules and locker assignments. Schedules for returning sev- enth and eighth grade students may be picked up in the school office beginning Friday, August 15, from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Please excuse any inconvenience due to the downtown revitalization efforts. We eagerly anticipate the finished product! With Nationwide's >ou can dine off ~ith big savings. Call us toda) to find out more about our di~'ounts lbr mulwcar, airbae, safe diner ] and drixers xqlo are o~er a,Je 50. 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ADVANCE TICKETS AVAILABLE , C O Wed, Thurs, Fri, Sat, Saturday 1.5 PM- Barbecue 4:00 PM Livestock • ~0 • 12:30 PM • zOO PM • 4:00 PM • 5:30 PM • 6:00 PM • 6:30 PM ExhibitorlFamitY Picnic (please Bring covered Dish) Horse Costume Contest BEEF BARBECUE {Exhibii Celebrit~ Milking.Contest (IndoOr cARNIVAL OPENS LIVESTOCK sALE (Indoor 7:00 PM TalentShoW i 8:00 PM FIGURE EIGHT DERBY Chicken Barbecue (Exhibit Rail ...... 4:00 Pedal r Pull 6:30 PM • 4=00 • 6:00 PM • 6:00 PM • 7:00 PM • 8"00 PM BARBECUE CARNIVAL OPENS Donut Eating Contest (Indoor Arena) Mini Tractor Pull (Outdoor Arena) TY HERNDON (Am#theater) *BCYF prices, events, and times are subject to change. "9:00 AM Dairy Showmanship & Judging 9:00 AM HorseShow 1:00 PM Goat Showmanship & Judging • ' 6:006:00 pMPM CARNIvALWatermel°nOPENsEating Contest {Indoor Arena) • 6:30 PM Kiddie Pedal Tractor Pull • 7:00 PM Talent Show • 7:00 PM Tractor Operator's Contest • 8:00 PM CIRCLE B CATTLE CO. BULL RIDING (Outdoor Arena) .10:00 • ~-5 • 1:00 6:00 • 8:00 ~ i _---=H ($si PN~ Kiddie peoat-,°'- ival RTim