Community | Natural Heritage | Economy
Grayson LandCare is a member-driven non-profit, addressing the challenges of life in a rural, agricultural community. LandCare promotes economic self-reliance, preserves local traditions, and helps landowners to protect and enhance our natural heritage by starting conversations, problem solving, and appreciating the value of the place we call home.
We have decided to cancel the December meeting and Christmas Party since we were able to have a wonderful meeting and party in October. We are very thankful that, with your help and support, we were able to accomplish a lot in 2021. 14 Permaculture group members donated 415 hours and installed a new sign[…]
Friends, would you like to join me in supporting a good cause? This #GivingTuesday I’m raising money on Facebook for Grayson Land Care and your contribution will make an impact, whether you donate $5 or $500. Every little bit helps. I’ve created this fundraiser for GLC and it’s many projects because I believe in the[…]
Great news! The Free Market is holding their annual Christmas Gift Shop THIS Saturday December 4 from 10-3pm at the Gate Center, 122 Davis Street. 10-12 is reserved just for Kids under the age of 16. It lets them pick out a special gift for friends and family. After 12 it’s open to anyone. It’s[…]
Have you missed the Market? You have 1 more chance! We’ll be back on Courthouse street and the area behind the Gate Center for our last Winter Market on December 4th. The Market runs from 11am to 2pm with some vendors staying later for the parade crowd. We will bring back Kids Bucks for this[…]
Grayson LandCare will not hold its Holiday Gathering or meeting this December. Members are usually asked to bring canned goods or other shelf stable food products to donate to a food pantry, and now, GLC has its own pantry in Food Independence. Since we won’t be meeting, we are asking members and supporters to show[…]
We are so pleased to be able to continue the tradition of featuring local authors for our November meeting. Authors Deborah Clark and Robert La Combe will read from their latest books Both will have copies of their books available for signing and sale. Deb’s new book is Turn Left at the Big Oak. Rob’s[…]
The IFM will be back on Courthouse Street for our 2 Winter Markets-Green Friday November 26 and parade Saturday December 4. Please kick off the holidays with your favorite IFM vendors and shop locally for the holidays!
This Saturday, November 13th, we will participate in “An Appalachian Christmas” at Matthews Living History Farm from 11 am – 3 pm. We will be giving away beautiful Christmas cards – we have HUNDREDS of cards, of all kinds — and old-fashioned decorations. We are hoping to have our Free Gift Shop this year but[…]