Bag workshops, more. . . .
Greening Greenfield monthly meeting
Watch this space for video(s) to enjoy while we are sequestered...
Dr. Desiree Narango's talk entitled, "The Chickadee's Guide to Gardening: Why Native Plants Matter to Songbirds" is similar to the one given to GG last fall, as well as this one given at the Woolman Hill Weekend in March, 2020, "How to Attract Pollinators and Songbirds to your Neighborhood." Click on either of these titles to enjoy.
We look forward to arranging new workshops once the quarantine has been lifted.
Film series, co-sponsored by Greening Greenfield and Racial Justice Rising
Coming in November: Mossville, date and time TBA.
- How to Design Native Habitats for People, Pollinators & the Planet 2020-03-07
- Gardening for Wildlife 2020-03-06
- Winter Birds at Barton Cove & Turners Falls Canal Nature Walk 2020-02-16
- Bag Making Event at Winter Market, February 1, 10AM 2020-01-28
- Trees and their Roles in the Lives of Native Bees 2020-01-08
- Last Chances to see 2019 Climate Change Theatre Project Greenfield readings 2019-11-08
- Climate Change Theatre Action 2019 2019-10-15
- Exploring Beaver Habitat 2019-10-12
- Fall Gardening for Pollinators, Helping Bees & Butterflies Survive Winter 2019-10-02
- Fall Planting of Native Trees & Shrubs 2019-09-18
- GG Drawdown: Our Local Efforts 2019-06-26
- Explore the Hawley Bog 2019-06-15
- Gardening for Wildlife 2019-06-12
- Friends, Beer and Raffle Fundraiser 2019-06-07
- Drawdown Book Discussion 2019-05-09
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