Honey Harvest Festival at Bartlett Sept. 15

The Honey Harvest Festival at Bartlett Arboretum & Gardens is set for Sun., Sept. 15 from 11am-3pm. Organizers are still looking for vendors, sponsors and donors. The event serves as an essential educational platform to raise awareness about the significance of honeybees and pollinators in our ecosystem. Pollinators, especially bees, play a vital role in the […]

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Join us! Broken Arrow Nursery Tour, Picnic & Live Music w/ Confluence Aug. 15

It’s a picnic with live music in the barn AND a tour at Broken Arrow Nursery! Join fellow garden enthusiasts for a summer evening of music and plants. Following a tour of Broken Arrow Nursery, we will gather in the barn and grounds to enjoy our picnics and spend some time relaxing to live music.

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UCONN Extension Celebrates the 10th Anniversary of Bug Week!            

Insects account for 90% of animal life on earth. Many are the unsung heroes of our diverse ecosystems.  UConn Bug Week events help families identify and learn about the amazing diversity of insects in our state as well as understand and appreciate the important roles that insects play in our lives. Events will be buzzing

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Set Sail for Stewardship: Embark on an Adventure at Hill-Stead’s Gala Sept. 14

A Sunset SoiréeSaturday, September 14, 6 pm  On Saturday, September 14, immerse yourself in a captivating journey inspired by Theodate’s global wanderings. Embark on a culinary odyssey around the world as we unveil a feast as diverse and vibrant as the destinations she once traversed. Indulge in an array of exotic cuisines and libations stationed around

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Tour Des Trees-ASLA wants you to join them

Attention, bicycling fans! 2024 Tour des Trees is an annual weeklong bike ride to benefit the TREE (Tree Research and Education Endowment) Fund, an organization that supports research and education on urban tree care issues, as well as student scholarships. For the sixth year, Team ASLA is being formed for the ride, and all landscape architects (and their friends)

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CT NOFA Organic Land Care Program Course Registration Now Open

Interested in pursuing professional land care work with an Organic Accreditation from CT NOFA? Our next Online Accreditation Course begins in August. Enroll yourself or your team members now, while space is still available! The Online Accreditation Course in Organic Land Care is a self-paced, asynchronous learning course with opportunities to meet online with instructors

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ASLA CT offers day-long program for landscape architects

The Connecticut Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects is excited to present Tool Kit for Planting Plans, a full-day continuing education program for landscape architects, architects, landscape contractors, and green industry peers, Wednesday, July 31st, at The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, Jones Auditorium, in New Haven.Register here. This program will convey a depth of plant

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Lee Reich will kick off our new speaker season in September!

CT Hort is excited to announce its 2024-2025 speaker season! Here’s the rundown. Registration and more information on each speaker is coming soon.Programs begin at 7pm. Be sure to check CTHort.org, email [email protected] or call 860-529-8713. September 19, 2024: Native FruitsLee Reich, agricultural scientist and writerElmwood Community Center, West Hartford and on Zoom October 17,

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