August meeting and river cleanup

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[…]

Grayson LandCare Video Challenge

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[…]

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. SHOUT OUT TO KIDS! HONORABLE MENTIONS The entire gallery of amazing photographs. I’ll be adding photos of other pest and beneficial creatures. I received some of snakes, toads,[…]

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[…]

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.[…]

Monday July 15th, 7 pm: Sustainable Earthen Building Methods.

April Magill will be presenting on her work as an Architect, Natural Builder, and Community-Building leader, working to advance sustainable, high-performing natural methods of construction.  Methods such as Rammed Earth, Hempcrete, Cob, natural plasters & paints and more are regenerative systems, often sequestering carbon, environmentally friendly, and healthy for the laborers and the inhabitants.  April[…]

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