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  1. Calendar Overlay Ag Services Webinars & Workshops (1)
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Ag Services Webinars & Workshops

  1. Three Hills Farmers Market

    September 15, 2020, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

    Organized by the Three Hills Ag Society, the market features local fresh produce and baking as well as local arts and crafts. In collaboration with Provincial COVID-19 regulations, additional social distancing, practices will be in place. Book a Make it, Bake it or Grow it space by contacting the market manager, Al Campbell.

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Business Events, Workshops and Training

  1. Becoming Self-Employed as an Independent Contractor - Business Link

    September 15, 2020, 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

    We’ll show you how to start your own independent contracting business. Learn about the difference between being an employee and a contractor, how to find work, contract opportunities, and the proposal writing process. If you’re ready to take the leap on your own, we’re here to guide you.

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County Events

  1. Septic Awareness Week

    September 14, 2020 - September 18, 2020

    Why should I maintain my wastewater treatment system? Save money-- maintaining your system can help and avoid costly repairs or replacement. Reduce or eliminate risks to human health-- unmaintained systems can use exposure to pathogens which are a risk to public health. Protect the environment-- proper system operation and maintenance ensures we aren't negatively impacting source and surface water. Recycle Water- wastewater is cleaned through the soil and returned to underground aquifers.

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