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Nature & Agriculture

Enjoy the bounty of St. Clair County's natural and domesticated landscape

Your choices are many...Visit a farmer's market to sample locally grown produce or taste home-made confections.  Take the family to a pumpkin patch for Halloween, or cut a fresh christmas tree for the holidays.  Pick plump rasberries in August, or spend an afternoon with friends picking apples in October.  Take a group of kids to a corn maze.

Go for a bike ride or walk a trail, or take in a seminar at the local nature center.  Your interests may be fishing or hunting, and you can do both in St. Clair County.

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