February 18, 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm @ the LandCare Office Dr. Linda Dykstra, Kenan Professor Emeritus in Psychology and Neuroscience, University of North Carolina (UNC) @ Chapel Hill will give a presentation titled: Opioid Analgesics: Pain and Abuse. Linda and her husband, Bill Hylander, became members of Grayson Landcare upon retiring to Grayson County where they own[…]
Intervening on Normal: Trauma, Substance Use, and Counselling in Appalachia presented by Darlene Vaughn at the Landcare meeting on Monday, January 21st at 7:00 pm.
Join LandCare as we celebrate the holidays at 7:00 pm Monday, December 17th at the LandCare office in Independence. Bring an appetizer or drink to share. This year, we will collect items to support the Backpack Buddies program, which provides local students with child-friendly meals each Friday that they take home for the weekend. Please bring a[…]
Discussion and book signing November 19th, 7 pm at the LandCare office in Independence. Catherine Bukowski is a researcher, author, and educator. She is also a consultant with Kindred Roots Design focusing on creating abundant landscapes and growing connected communities. She continues to pursue her doctoral degree in the College of Natural Resources and the Environment[…]
Join Grayson LandCare for our Annual Meeting Potluck & Service Auction at Ward Manor, 6:00 pm, Monday, October 15th, 2018. Come learn more about LandCare and support our initiatives in the community. Please bring a friend and a dish to share! RSVP online http://evite.me/7vgTT2QXm3 A Sampling of Auction Items Include: Weekend stay at Dream Rock Silo[…]
Save the Date for LandCare’s Annual Meeting, Dinner & Silent Auction October 15th! We are gearing up for another great silent “Service” auction this year! We need You!! Share your special skills and passions with the community! Please consider donating to the auction this year. Donation Ideas for Service Auction: Lessons in knitting or crochet Flower[…]
Join us for as County administrator, Bill Shepley discusses Grayson County’s Future Initiatives. Shepley hopes to find solutions to energize the county as a whole. Efforts to address internet access, job creation, healthcare, businesses and other needs within the county are reflected in these initiatives. “I’ve been county administrator for the past year, and during[…]
Join us for our meeting Monday, September 17th at 7:00 pm, where Dr. Curtis Richardson, Professor of Resource Ecology Nicholas School of the Environment, Director, Duke University Wetland Center, will give a presentation titled: Stream & Wetland Restoration: The Key to Improving Water Quality and Habitat Diversity on your Land. Dr. Richardson owns property in Grayson County and has[…]