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Seminar will explore longer growing season

LAKE CITY — An afternoon of talks on how to extend the state's growing season using renewable energy will be presented from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday at Hazelnut Valley Farm on the outskirts of Lake City.

Experts on clean energy will speak at the free seminar. The farm is at 1186 W. Lakewood Ave. (Wabasha County Road 9). The event is sponsored by the Southeast Clean Energy Resource Team.

To register, go on the Web to http://sesolarfarm.eventbrite.com or call (612) 626-0555.

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