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As we have entered the holiday season, and Thanksgiving has come and gone, UC Extension has much to be thankful for. This is the time of year for creating life-long memories and starting new traditions, and UC Extension has started a few traditions of our own. From teaching children the importance of trees and helping them plant trees that will be remembered for decades to come, to our first ever holiday Instant Pot class, we hope for these new traditions to continue. In this edition of We Grow Union County, you will not only learn of new traditions but also of our community involvement. We hope that you’ll enjoy learning more about our team and the community partners who make our outreach possible.