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Greenville County Rec is offering gardening space in our County Parks. Community gardens will be fenced and locked and have water and composting facilities available. Raised bed are 4 foot x 8 foot in diameter and assigned for a one-year term with the purpose of growing food or flowers. For more information about this program please contact Aerin Brownlee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Members of the Clemson Entomology Club will join us to answer your questions about insects in the garden. There are more than just honeybees that help gardeners and we will learn to identify common helpful and harmful garden insects. Then we will discuss methods of encouraging the helpers and controlling the pests using organic and sustainable solutions.
Mountain Bike Camp: Beginner - Boys & Girls 6-10So you have this awesome mountain bike, what next? This 3 day camp is designed to teach basic Mt bike skills: shifting, bike anatomy, climbing, etc. We will use the trails and challenges at Gateway Park to instruct the campers with a trip on Friday to the Town Creek Bike Park in Liberty as our big trip. Mountain Bike Camp: Advanced - Boys & Girls 9-13You have conquered a lot of our local trails. And now you want a true test. This week long camp is built to look for your limits and help you go past them. We will use the trails and challenges of Gateway Park to get ready for our 3 or 4 trips during the week. We will look at trails like Dupont State Forest, the Issaqueena trials, and possibly The Tsali trails system Near Lake Fontana. Admission to this camp will require the rider to complete a questionnaire about their riding experience.
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