WARM SPRINGS — Are you a landowner or do you lease property? Are you unsure of your soil’s nutrient potential? 

Do you need help on how to manage stress? 

Want to learn how to improve a landlord/tenant relationship and be a steward of your land? Have questions about Virginia Fence Law? 

A Landowner Awareness Field Day is being held on Monday, July 22, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in Warm Springs. 

This is a free, public event and lunch will be provided. 

The program will include an on-site apple orchard visit, soil sample workshop and presentations on Stress Management, Landlord/ Tenant Relationships and Stewardship, and Virginia Fence Law. 

The Field Day will start at 8:30 a.m. at the Oakley Farm and conclude at the Bath County Public Library in Warm Springs. 

To register for the event, contact the Virginia Cooperative Extension Bath County office by July 18 at 540-839-7261. 

For more information or questions, contact the extension program associate, Jen Matosky, at mjennifer@vt. edu.

If you are a person with a disability and desire assistance or accommodations to participate in extension activities, please contact the VCE/Bath or Highland Unit Office at (540) 468-2225, (540) 839-7261, or (888) 823-1710 (TDD 800/828-1120) during business hours to discuss accommodations.