First Friday Film Series Begins April 6th

The First Friday Film Series, hosted by Grayson LandCare & Church of the Good Shepherd brings documentary films to the public, complete with popcorn and panel discussions afterward. First Fridays at 7:00 pm, April through August at Church of the Good Shepherd: 9441 Grayson Pkwy, Galax. April 6th Messenger: Imagine a World Without Birdsong Su Rynard’s wide-ranging and contemplative[…]

LandCare Rocks the River July 29th!

Sunday, July 29th, 1-7 PM LIVE MUSIC by The Kind Thieves, Urban Soil & Superband FOOD TRUCKS Creek Bottom Brews The Taco Trolley Local, Grass-fed Burgers by Grayson Natural Beef FREE ADMISSION! Fries Farmers Market Vendors Offering Fresh, Local Veggies & Baked Goods Festival Vendors featuring local arts & crafts, food, local businesses & non-profits Kids[…]

LandCare Partners with Chestnut Creek School of the Arts for VTC Grant

Chestnut Creek School of the Arts Receives Virginia Tourism Corporation Grant for Tourism Marketing Governor Ralph Northam announced today that Chestnut Creek School of the Arts received $5,000 from the Virginia Tourism Corporation Marketing Leverage Program grant fund. In total VTC awarded more than $840,000 for 56 tourism marketing projects across the state to help[…]

Promote Your Farm or Business with Video & Drone Technology

A passion for permaculture and organic farming drove local couple Ian and Candice Stevenson to establish Tiny House Farm in Grayson County, VA. While working as a Doctor of Physical Therapy, Ian recognized the need for a proactive approach to help educate and promote healthy and organic eating habits. Candice’s experience in Marketing and Videography[…]

2018 Land Stewardship Competition Announced

On Saturday, May 5th, 2018 Grayson LandCare invites students from Grayson County and the City of Galax (including homeschoolers), grades 8-12, to submit projects to the 10th Annual Land Stewardship Competition Projects should explore opportunities in our community to: Increase livelihoods Enhance the environment, and Improve quality of life Students first submit a written report to our Land[…]

International LandCare Member to speak Monday, January 15th!

We are excited to announce that Steve Burgess, an international Landcare member from Kandanga, Australia, will visit Grayson LandCare and speak Monday, Jan 15th at 7 pm. Steve, the 2016 Bob Hawke LandCare award winner, resides in the Kandanga community which is very similar to our community in the Twin Counties. He will discuss how[…]