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.
November 18th 7:00 pm @ the LandCare Office Join us to hear readings from two local authors: Richard Rouse “The Welcome Home Door” and Deborah Tilson Clark “Friend, Foe, or Family” The Welcome Home Door is lighthearted, humorous storytelling from a seasoned traveler firmly grounded now in rural Southern Appalachia. With a love of[…]
1st Winter Market November 29 @ 11:00 am- 2 pm The Farmers Market is back in Town Park Friday November 29 from 11 am to 2 pm for our 1st of 2 Winter Markets. Kick off the Holiday season by shopping locally for delicious local products and beautiful crafts. Enjoy free Kids activities at the[…]
The Free Market is looking festive these days with holiday decorations on display throughout the store. We have a large stock of ornaments, gift bags and wrap, lights, seasonal mugs and glasses along with other holiday items. We will be restocking our shelves until our inventory is depleted. In addition, The Free Market will be[…]
Come on by the Free Market and see how good it looks! Many thanks to Kathy Cole, Jean Roznik and all the dedicated volunteers. We have finished our fourth quarter weights and measures week. We estimate the Free Market diverts approximately 46 tons/year from the landfills which represents a savings of $2,300/year in landfill fees.
The regular Friday morning Farmers market is closed for the winter, apart from special events but don’t forget you can still order online! Remember to order your pesticide free Christmas tree and turkey! Here is how the online market works •Customers can place orders anytime from Wednesday at 8pm until Monday evening. On Monday evening,[…]
Join the Grayson Permaculture Group as we continue building a Food Forest and pollinator garden at Church of the Good Shepherd in Galax. Meet at 9441 Grayson Pkwy in Galax, 9:30 am Saturday, November 16th. Tools & gloves provided, bring water and a snack. Email Cynthia@graysonlandcare.org to sign up or for more information. The Grayson Permaculture Group is a group[…]