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Why Do Some People Get Bit by Mosquitoes More Than Others?

A 2004 study published by the National Institutes of Health and a…

 

Attendees of the monthly Williams Lake Garden Club meeting on May 5 could enter their names for a draw for some prizes, including a bouquet of fresh tulips. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

The Williams Lake Garden Club was delighted by talk of dahlias

The club’s monthly meeting hosted guest gardeners on the topic of how to grow dahlias

 

The annual Seedy Saturday and Earlybird Farmers’ Market event is being planned for Williams Lake this spring.

Organizers plan for Williams Lake Seedy Saturday in May

More than a dozen vendors committed already

 

The property of retired primary teacher Susan Graves will be one of eight featured in the upcoming Williams Lake Garden Club Tour taking place on Saturday, July 11. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

It’s a go: Williams Lake Garden Club prepares for summer garden tour

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, some measures are in place for this year’s garden tour

The property of retired primary teacher Susan Graves will be one of eight featured in the upcoming Williams Lake Garden Club Tour taking place on Saturday, July 11. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
David and Laura Liang of the People Power Society for Healthy Communities farm. David says it’s important to start planting now, even if it’s in indoor planters, to properly begin your garden. (Submitted photo)

Cariboo gardening tips to get the season started

‘I’m encouraging everyone to start a garden this year’

David and Laura Liang of the People Power Society for Healthy Communities farm. David says it’s important to start planting now, even if it’s in indoor planters, to properly begin your garden. (Submitted photo)
The Williams Lake Garden Club’s first meeting is on Thursday, March 5 this year. (Photo submitted)

Williams Lake Garden Club ready for a new year of opportunity

The Williams Lake Garden Club is ready to plant the seeds for another successful season

The Williams Lake Garden Club’s first meeting is on Thursday, March 5 this year. (Photo submitted)