2020 Grayson LandCare Presentation Schedule February 17-Reid Walters, Independence Town Manager, Town update March 16 – Britt Boucher, Forester, Planning for your forest’s future April 20- 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- LandCare Fair, GCHS[…]
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.[…]
We regret that given the current situation caused by the COVID19 virus, Grayson LandCare will be unable to hold the actual LandCare Fair and judge the presentations on April 25 as planned. Awards this year will be based only on the quality of the proposals. The proposals are typically 1/3 of the score and this[…]
Deadline to enter proposals extended until April 9. We regret that given the current situation we will be unable to hold the actual LandCare Fair and judge the presentations. Awards this year will be based only on the quality of the proposals. Stay tuned for more updates!
Friends and neighbors, IMPORTANT CORRECTION, there are NO confirmed cases of COVID19 in Alleghany or Montgomery Counties. I broke the first rule of information sharing- especially in a public health crisis. This misinformation could have a huge impact on all the small businesses in our area and I offer my sincere apology for adding to the[…]
Given the cancellations of area schools and church services as well as confirmed cases in Alleghany County , NC and Montgomery County, VA, we have made the decision to CANCEL our March meeting. We’ll watch and wait and decide what to do in April. In addition to the usual wash your hands, don’t touch face[…]
With St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner, things are looking green at The Free Market.There have been no leprechaun sightings to date. We’re rather hoping one will leave a pot of gold on our loading dock! Speaking of the dock: we have erected two signs in the loading area informing people what items can[…]
GCPW will start accepting #1 and #2 plastic at the Public Works facility from 8 am until 12 noon starting Wednesday March 3rd. A recycle bin will be available for the public each wed and sat from 8-12. I spoke with Jonathan Luper, he stressed ” No plastic bags can be deposited into the bin. I[…]