Watershed announces November birdseed sale
The Loyalhanna Watershed Association's semi-annual birdseed fundraiser is 9 a.m to 1 p.m. Nov. 10 at the watershed ffice along Old Lincoln Highway West in Ligonier.
Funds raised from this birdseed sale support programs and projects that protect the natural resources within the Loyalhanna Creek watershed area.
Pre-orders will be accepted for a variety of seed, including black oil sunflower, sunflower hearts, peanut bits, safflower, thistle, suet cakes and the famous Loyalhanna custom mix, an exclusive seed mix formulated for bird species in this region. For those who do not order in advance, a limited amount of the custom mix will be offered the day of the sale for drop-in buyers.
For more information or to place an order, call 724-238-7560 or download an order form from the website at www.loyalhannawatershed.org.
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