Show 723 – TREASURE Forest

You may have heard us talk about it before on this show or maybe you’ve even seen a sign along a roadway in Alabama, but what exactly is a TREASURE Forest? Lamar and Felicia Dewberry of Clay County explain more behind the Alabama TREASURE Forest Association and how its certification program helps provide Alabama with breathtakingly beautiful landscapes.

En garde, y’all! More fencing clubs have opened up across the Southeast, and we’re not talking about barbed wire or electric. We’re talking foils, epees and sabres. And you can sharpen your physical and mental agility while learning some fancy footwork at the Birmingham Fencing Club.

Although Mitchell Henry grew up in Montgomery County, he spent many summer days at his maternal grandparents’ farm in Lawrence County. Now, he’s in charge of Hardin Farms and his wife, Rebecca, shares stories about their farm life on social media. The Henrys were one of three finalists for the Alabama Farmers Federation’s 2021 Outstanding Young Farm Family.

Plus, Alabama Cooperative Extension System is back with another Smart Yards segment. Here, David Koon shares tips on weed management and how prevention is key. To see all the Smart Yards segments, click here.

This Southern Bite recipe for Honey Garlic Pecan Chicken is the perfect way to celebrate two national food holidays this September – National Poultry Month and National Honey Month! Thanks to Sweet Grown Alabama for making this segment possible. And don’t forget to check to find a honey producer near you!

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