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Main house includes 400 square feet, large kitchen, huge master suite with Walk-in closet, gas log fireplace, 2 car garage, 2 heat umps, town water and sewer. Guest house was remodel- in 1996. Property sits on 1.3 acres in downtown Saint Paul. Come and see this beautiful home for yourself. Call Mark Harrison for a showing at: 276-762-0202 or 276-762-5456. Asking price $240,000. REALTY Lebanon Insurance Building 507 East Main Street Lebanon, VA 24266 R.D. Snead, Sales Assoc. 276-889-3529 A. Kemper Fuller, Sales Assoc. 276-880-3226 BL RIDGE Mark R. Harrbon, Sales Assoc. 276-762-0202 or 276-762-5456 Lorett Combs, Broker 276-889-2502 omce CLEAN UP FIX UP PAINT UP : ' | FOR ALL YOUR BUILDING NIEDS, GO TO St. Paul Builders ! & Supply Co., Inc. ! Pit n - "" kw $11 dbwood m Q. ,g . g = o D goo-00 bO  to o O "! * * o g g 11) "t g. g, '< 3 m 3 t- O O Jewelry re d 762-700'33 Every Tuesday Newest CD Releases Rock, Country, Bluegrass' Big M Store 762-5956 (276) 762-5172 FREE ESTIMATES ,,, o,,os DALE'S HEATING & AIR, INC. HEATING * COOLING * REFRIGERATION SALES & SERVICE DALE RASNICK, Owner .,k'. HC 67 BOX 13.' Lie. #2705-030738 F" DANTE, VA 2423; Local Real Estate Agent Blue Ridge Realty Loretta Combs Broker R.D. Sneed Owner/Sales Associate Mark Harrison Local Sales Associate Work # 762-0202 Home # 762-5456 Firm License # 0226007282 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, January 1, 2009 Page 7 Russell County Unit's Extension news Provided by the Russell Donna Meade - Family County Extension Office Your Russell County Unit of the Virginia Tech and Virginia State Extension Division--- Cornelia Estep, Scott Jessee, Donna Meade and Bill Worrell presents this week's Extension News. Our office is located on 131 East Main Street, Lebanon, VA. Check out our Virginia Tech Public Website Address: www.ext.vt.edu/ Extension Calendar of Events: January 12: VQA Feeder Cattle Sale, Virginia Tel-O- Auction January 15: Virginia Forage and Grasslands Council, Winter Meet, "Optimizing Livestock and Forage Efficiency" If you need information about any of the listed events, please call the Extension Office at (276) 889-8056. Scott Jessee - Agriculture 2008 Corn Silage Variety Test Before you know it, corn planting time will have returned. Selecting a corn hybrid is an important choice. To help make this decision easier, the 2008 Corn Silage Variety Test is now available. Twelve corn com- panies entered 58 silage varieties in Virginia Tech's Official Vari- ety Test. The Southwest Virginia Test was conducted in Glade Spring in Washington County. Yields (adjusted to 35% dry matter) ranged from 29.2 to 18.7 tons per acre. By using the data from the test, producers have the opportunity to increase their yields through corn genetics. For a copy of the results, contact the Extension Office at 889-8056 or visit the website listed below: http:www.valleycrops.cses.vt.ed u/CornSilageResults.htm and Consumer Scieme Using the Energy Resotree Guide for Virginia Website (Part I) :' Energy is one of the h)ttest topics being discussed among Virginians. Whether it is the cost of fuel or how to reduce our consumption of an energy sour- ce, we are all searching for'new ideas. Virginia Cooperative Ex- tension searched for the best available web-based resources on energy and compiled a recommended .list of various university, state and federal agency, and energy-related or- ganization sites. The Energy Resource Guide for Virginia (http://www.energyuide.ext.vt.e du/) provides Virginia's house- holds, farms, small busi- ness/industry employees and middle school teachers and students with an electronic tool that allows them to review an array of energy information quickly. Watt Wise: Energy Effic- ient Homes Begin your search of the guide with a review of WattWise: Energy Efficient Homes. Use Appalachian Power's home-energy estimator to project your energy use costs, calculate the cost of operating home appliances, and discover how switching to compact fluorescent bulbs will save you money. There are numerous sites on how to purchase energy- efficient appliances, home office equipment, and heating and air- conditioning systems. Do you know what a home envelope is? Energy Star not only defines the envelope, but tells you how to seal it! Have you ever wondered if you save energy by turning off your heating or air-conditi0nbg units when you are away froth home? A review of the Home Energy Saver Answer Desk and the U.S. Department of Energy websites will answer your questions on home energy use. Farm Wise: Agriculture Energy Agricultural producers :must consider alternative energy for their farms. FarmWise: Agri- culture Energy provides you with references to the AgSTAR Program sponsored by the U,S. Environmental Protection Age.n. cy and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The ATTRA, National Sustainable Agricu[ttire Information Service's website, offers a discussion on anaerobi? digestion of animal wastes. Also discover options for recm)ering beneficial products from .dairy manure in the Dairy Waste Anaerobic Digestion Handbook. Websites for energy estimators will calculate estimates of diesel fuel use and costs in the production of key crops for your farm. Not only will you find information on alternative ener- gy but also information on livestock production facilities, greenhouse operations, and wineries. Travel Wise: Transforming Transportation Transportation experts are developing alternative fuels and hybrid vehicles. Within TravelWise: Transforming Transportation, you will find a list of hybrid-car dealers, information on fuel performance, and an explanation of vehicle tax credits. The Virginia Energy Savers Handbook also offers tips for reducing transportation energy use and expenses. Guide Book from Arbor Day Foundation The Arbor Day Foundation is offering a new tree identifica- tion guidebook that is now easier to use, and will help an average person identify trees in a simple, st ebx-stel ? process.,_ What Tree Is That? now features full-color, hand-drawn botanical illustrations of the dis- tinctive characteristics of Ame- rica's most popular trees. Re- " crcational and professional ar- borists alike have called this pocket held guide one of the most user-friendly resources to have at their fingertips. Its beautiful illustrations are in pre- cise detail to depict natural co- lors, shapes and textures, so us- ers can make a positive species identification in just a few easy steps. The Arbor Day Foundation now offers the guidebook to help people identify trees in Virginia and throughout the Eastern and Central United States. What Tree Is That? uses a unique step-by-step approach, explaining what to look for to determine the species of a spe- cific tree--the shape of the leaves, the differences in the leaf stems and twig structures, the fruits and flowers, the details of buds and bark, and so on. a resource to help identify trees "Helping people enov and appreciate trees is central to the educational mission of the Ar- bor Day Foundation, and our improved pocket held guide will help people know their trees," said John Rosenow, chief execu- tive of the Arbor Day Founda - tion. "We wanted to give people so they will be able to better appreciate them.' To obtain a new full-color tree identification guide, send your name and address and $5 for each guide to What Tree Is That? Arbor Day Foundation, Nebraska City, NE 68410. You can also order the book online at www.arborday.org. : {