By Gerri Griswold, White Memorial Conservation Center Director of Administration and Development Within seconds of speaking with Gerri, you know her mission is to spread the good word about bats. For too long, they have been misunderstood and it is her charge to set the record straight… before it’s too late. Since 2006, the number […]
The cake was cut and photos were taken of the dozens of members who celebrated CHS anniversaries this year. The meeting took on a festive air as longtime members who hadn’t seen each other in a while took time to catch up. Of the 66 total members celebrating an anniversary this year, 25 were able […]
‘I tend to think that my gardening success is not measured by the size of the harvest, the largest or the earliest tomato or the heaviest pumpkin. To me, success rests in making plants grow – and in the joy of having watched my young daughter find the first new potato or my son taste […]
The American Horticultural Society has announced its 2017 Book Award winners and the list includes “GARDEN REVOLUTION: How Our Landscapes Can Be a Source of Environmental Change” (Timber Press, $39.95), by Larry Weaner and CHS member Thomas Christopher! Click to read the complete list of winners.
Save Saturday, February 3, 2018 for next year’s CHS Symposium with a theme of Striking a Balance. The event will be held, once again, at the Mark Twain House in Hartford. Given the talent we are lining up, another sellout is anticipated!