The kids are out of school but summer school starts this week. The kids planted, harvested, and ate greens from the Tower garden. From April to June we harvested about 11/2 pounds every 2 weeks. The outdoor garden got off to a slower start but kids picked and took home spinach and kale and planted[…]
Alice Cox is the featured speaker Monday April 18 at 7pm. for the monthly Grayson LandCare presentation in the 1908 Baldwin Auditorium. Alice is one of the advisors for the Grayson County Future Farmers of America program and a teacher in the Agriculture program at the Grayson County High School Cate Center. Agriculture is the[…]
Great news! The Free Market is holding their annual Christmas Gift Shop THIS Saturday December 4 from 10-3pm at the Gate Center, 122 Davis Street. 10-12 is reserved just for Kids under the age of 16. It lets them pick out a special gift for friends and family. After 12 it’s open to anyone. It’s[…]
Grayson LandCare will not hold its Holiday Gathering or meeting this December. Members are usually asked to bring canned goods or other shelf stable food products to donate to a food pantry, and now, GLC has its own pantry in Food Independence. Since we won’t be meeting, we are asking members and supporters to show[…]
The school garden is coming together. We’re waiting for the treated lumber to dry enough to accept paint, so I constructed some temporary cages to protect the vegetables. The kids planted broccoli, shallots, radishes, lettuce and mizuna on Monday and the area is fully mulched.
Everyone is invited to join us for our annual potluck at MatthewsLiving History Farm Museum We’ll start at 6pm. While we are enjoying our meal, we’ll hear from Farm manager Arwen Cayton. Arwen has added numerous events at the Farm and her wealth of historical knowledge is helping bring the museum to the next level. […]