The office will be closed today. Any membership renewals received during this time will be processed immediately upon our return. Emails will be monitored daily during this time, but phone messages will not be heard until the office reopens.
Bill Braun is a farmer at Ivory Silo Farm in Westport, MA, growing organic vegetables, herbs, flowers, fruit, and seed. He is also the co-founder and executive director of Freed Seed Federation, a farmer-run 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to place-based seed for the people. At this workshop, we will tour the 17 species of native plants […]
Native Plant Trust, the nation’s first plant conservation organization and the only one solely focused on New England’s native plants, announces a virtual symposium on the changing climate and its effects on the region’s flora. The program will address methods for building climate resilience and how key players can support this process. The event will […]
We’re delighted to carry on our tradition of selling bulbs at the October 21 speaker meeting at Emanuel Synagogue! This year, the sale of bulbs will go towards our scholarship efforts. A very special thank you to White Flower Farm for their generous donation of bulbs for our sale.
Thursday, October 21, 7pmEmanuel Synagogue Auditorium, West HartfordFree for members; $10 for non-members. Become a member ($30-$55) and you can enjoy all of our 2021-22 presentations, and more! We’re thrilled to be hosting nationally recognized garden writer and lecturer Gordon Hayward. During his presentation, he’ll discuss the garden rooms that he and his wife have on […]