Every two years, the Connecticut Horticultural Society (CT Hort) takes a full Saturday in February and turns it into a day of gardening nirvana. The 2020 Symposium will focus on turning your little corner of the world into a space that not only speaks to you but will also benefit other creatures that depend on our planet – and that we depend on to keep our planet in balance.
Space had been reserved in this month’s Newsletter to congratulate Ken Stubenrauch on becoming a recipient of the 2019 CT Hort Service Award. At our June meeting, Justine Ramsey presented Past-President Ken Stubenrauch with the award. In her presentation, Justine spoke of Ken’s 15-year commitment to CT Hort that began when his wife Joan had […]
The 2019-2020 season began September 1. Two years ago we implemented a ‘rolling membership’ process rather than having all renewals due in September. So, your membership will be up for renewal a year after you last paid. To save on paper and hold down costs, we will send you an email reminder a month before […]
Editor’s note: This is the handout that Dr. Tallamy asked we distribute at his presentation of the same name on June 20. Here it is for those unable to attend. In 1987, E.O. Wilson challenged conventional wisdom by claiming that insects were the little things that ran the world. If insects were to disappear, he […]
It takes many people to pull this event together. April’s sale and auction raised more than $4,200 for the CT Hort Scholarship Fund!
At our April meeting we congratulated those members who celebrated their milestone anniversaries.