- Associated Press - Saturday, April 9, 2016

UNION, Maine (AP) - A Maine conservation district plans to help growers learn new techniques to keep old apple trees alive.

The Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District is hosting a workshop on “rejuvenation pruning” for apple trees at Twin Springs Farm in Union on Saturday.

The district says the event will teach growers how to keep trees alive and bearing fruit.

Organizers say the workshop will be geared at growers ranging from those with one old tree to owners of small home orchards.

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Online: ww.knox-lincoln.org/rejuvenation-pruning

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