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Green Drinks

Community Gardens
Thursday, March 16, 5-6pm
Worthy Kitchen, Woodstock

tulips Cassidy Metcalf, SW Community Garden coordinator, and other Sustainable Woodstock community gardeners will talk about the upcoming season and how to participate. Any gardener interested in a garden plot at one of our three local gardens year is welcome to join us for complementary snacks and good conversation. Green Drinks are monthly social events meant to encourage an ongoing conversation around climate change initiatives. We highlight different programs and initiatives every month with great local food and lively discussion. These are free and open to everyone.

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20th Mar 2017
Local residents work at an East End Park workday in Spring 2016.

Time to Plan a Park

By Sally Miller Everyone is invited – and your participation is needed! That’s right: the East End Action Group is hosting a pizza party. This is a get-together with an...

16th Mar 2017
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A Little Help From Your Friends

By Elle O’Casey Despite the snowflakes that fell this week, Spring will be here soon enough so this final column in our March series looks at sustainable living via local...

07th Mar 2017
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Conversation with Cassidy Metcalf, Sustainable Woodstock’s Garden Coordinator

By Elle O’Casey We continue our theme of sustainable food practices and local gardening this week with a conversation featuring Cassidy Metcalf, Sustainable Woodstock’s Garden Coordinator. Sustainable Woodstock has three...

28th Feb 2017
Sustainable Woodstock gardeners get ready at the Billings Farm community garden in Spring 2016.

Hoping for Hubbards

The gardening adventure begins By Elle O’Casey This past weekend felt like summer. Snow was melting at a rapid rate and mud was rising even faster. I sat out on...

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