If you think of the Free Market as a place only for people who can’t afford new items, think again! Anyone who wants to be more “green” or sustainable in their lifestyle can help the environment by finding used items rather than buying new, thereby saving the raw materials that would be used to make[…]
Bill Shepley, County Administrator will be the featured speaker for the June 21 meeting at 7pm at the GRAYSON LAND CARE OFFICE Bill will give us highlights of what the County did in 2020 as well as plans for 2021. The change in location is due to pending storms.
Thanks to everyone who watched the videos back in April and placed your vote for the People Choice. That part of the challenge was won by Zack Wingate and his video “Eggcellent Pandemic Success.” If you have wondered about whether or not raising chickens for eggs is for you, Zach will answer all your questions.[…]
Please help us spread the news! There is still plenty of time to enter. Everything is different in a pandemic, and our annual Grayson LandCare(GLC) contest for high school students (grades 9-12) is no exception! This year we are turning it over to YOU ( the students)to share your creative ideas with selected judges and[…]
Grayson LandCare has a nice selection of books donated by members as well as most of the DVD’s of the Films shown in the Friday film series. The books range the gamut from cooking, birds, gardening, sustainability politics and farm planning. There’s a simple sign out sheet. Michelle is usually in the office Mondays from[…]
Friends of Grayson LandCare, 2021 is here at last. We do not have a program scheduled for this month. Providing engaging content via Zoom is a real challenge. I realized just how true this is when I turned down an opportunity to listen to some real garden legends on Sunday afternoons in January. If they[…]
Our Christmas potluck can not take place. We aren’t allowed to meet face to face. We are looking forward to Christmas cheer, even if it means zooming with those we hold dear. Oh happy day! The end of 2020 is just days away. Pondering 2021, here’s hoping it will be much more fun! How could[…]
This year the IRS is allowing all taxpayers-even if you don’t itemize-to deduct up to $300 in donations made to 501-C3 charitable organizations. Grayson LandCare does qualify. If you have already made a donation, to GLC or another non-profit, or would like to do so before the end of 2020 you can do a good[…]