Grayson LandCare is thankful for the natural wealth of water, soil, plants, and wildlife in our community, and all our neighbors. LandCare promotes the triple bottom line of community, economy, and the environment through the strength of our membership and the diversity of our projects.. We welcome your participation, energy, and ideas as we seek new ways to grow the economy, preserve the environment, and build a strong, nurturing community.
Your donations support our community efforts including The School Garden, The Seed Library, Food Independence, The Free Market, Grayson Permaculture Group, and the Independence Farmers Market.
Cynthia and Rick Taylor Brought Permaculture as a framework for gardening and an overall principle for sustainable living to Grayson County in 2016. Learn More>>
Brought to you with the cooperation of the Wythe-Grayson Regional Library
Independence Farmers Market started in 2007. IFM has provided over 200
small businesses an outlet for their products. Learn More>>
Provides a monthly food pantry box for our community. Learn More>>
Kathy Cole developed the idea of the Free Market for years before making it a reality in 2017. Learn More >>
The School garden project was started in 2020 and is giving kids at Independence
Elementary school the opportunity to learn to grow their own food and to taste it
and share it with their families.