In case of rain, both events will be held at 3419 Gold Hill Rd. If you did not RSVP, we regret that we can not add you to dinner. River Ridge Farm has offered to grill burgers before our meeting on the 19th for Grayson LandCare members. Not a member? No problem, bring cash or[…]
Grayson LandCare will be hosting Elizabeth Underwood, the new Executive Director of the New River Conservancy at our regular monthly meeting August 16 at 7pm, at the Baldwin auditorium in the 1908 Courthouse. Our choice of speaker seemed appropriate since Grayson County has proclaimed August as River month. A committee of stake holders led by[…]
We are thrilled to be able to hold our Annual meeting, potluck and Service Auction at Eagleview Event Center. A big thank you to Chris and Joy Butler for their generous donation of their lovely venue for this event. The Service Auction is Grayson LandCare’s largest fundraiser of the year. The service auction allows talented[…]
We will hold our monthly meeting at the GLC office rather than the Rec Park. The local weather forecast changed in the last few hours to an increasing chance of thunderstorms. Masks will be available and windows and door will be open.
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.
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[…]
The November meeting was to be presentations by our mini-grant winners. Most recipients were unable to complete their projects and their grants were extended to next year. Kit Marshal did complete the Mural project and I hope you have taken time to admire it. She was able to use Town funds from Downtown revitalization grant.[…]