The Central Peninsula Garden Club hosts a special program Friday, April 1, at 7 p.m. at the Cook Inlet Aquaculture Building on Kalifornsky Beach Road. Special guest speaker Tim Meyers from Bethel, (Alaska's current Agriculture Rock Star), will talk about how he has developed his amazing fresh produce business. For more information contact Marion Nelson, 283-4632, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, come meet several VIP speakers who will be speaking Saturday, April 2, at the Peninsula Ag Forum at the Ninilchik fairgrounds, sponsored by the Kenai Peninsula R.C. & D. Tickets for this forum are available at the local Soil & Water office in the Trading Bay office complex. Call 283-8732. The Garden Club also is taking orders now for their annual SeaAg fertilizer fundraiser. SeaAg is made from Alaska fish bones, ground into fish bone-meal. For more information, contact Don St. John at 398-4474, or email@example.com. Delivery will be the first part of May at the Snug Harbor Seafood Plant parking lot.
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