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Ferndale summer youth theatre workshops announced

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Plants for sale at College of the Redwoods

The 26th annual College of the Redwoods Plant Sale is this weekend and some of the proceeds will help cover the operational costs of CR’s Shively organic and sustainable agriculture farm. Plant sales will help support the CR Agriculture Program...

By Mary Bullwinkel The Humboldt Beacon|

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