Bug contest winners and entries

Thanks to everyone who entered! The photos are wonderful and I hope everyone enjoys looking at them. As I have more time, I’ll continue to identify them. I’ll be adding photos of other pest and beneficial creatures. I received some of snakes, toads, slugs and snails. Please check back in a day or two.

September meeting features announcement of the winners of Bug contest

Just a reminder to enter the Grayson LandCare(GLC) pest and beneficial bug photography contest. The last day to submit entries is Wednesday September 16th.  The winners will be announced via Zoom during the regular monthly GLC meeting Monday September 21 at 7pm.  These should be common pests or benefical insects of our local vegetable and[…]

2020 Presentation and meeting schedule

2020 Grayson LandCare  Presentation Schedule February 17-Reid Walters, Independence Town Manager, Town update March 16 – CANCELLED Britt Boucher, Forester, Planning for your forest’s future April 20- CANCELLED Michelle Pridgen, Native Pollinators & Build a pollinator box, Presentation is free, $5 covers the materials to build a box to take home Saturday April 25-CANCELLED– LandCare[…]

Britt Boucher presents a “Future Forest Vision”

Grayson LandCare is pleased to announce Britt Boucher as the featured speaker for March.  Join us at 7pm March 16 at the Grayson LandCare office at 104 Courthouse Street. After a brief update of GLC activities, Mr Boucher , a forester, will speak on best forest management practices he has developed: a Forest Future Vision.[…]

Grayson LandCare to host Reid Walters February 17th

All Grayson LandCare meetings are open to the public.  They typically occur the third Monday of the month from 7-8 pm and include a brief update on GLC activities and a presentation on topics of local interest. The February presentation features Reid Walters, the current town manager of Independence. This is a perfect opportunity to[…]

Danny Boyer To Give Presentation on “Standing Forage” at January Monthly GLC Meeting.

Danny Boyer, lifelong resident of Grayson County, grass-fed beef producer, past President of Grayson LandCare, and retired NCRS conservation technician, will present his research on forage at the January monthly meeting of Grayson LandCare. The meeting will be Monday, January 20th at 7 pm. Danny has used rotational grazing for several years, and has been[…]