29 orchard lane, woodstock, ny
Promoting and supporting sustainable, local food production – meets monthly. Contact: Dennis Bressack at DBressack47@earthlink.net or 845 679-6582
29 orchard lane, woodstock, ny
HiThe next Garden Share Meeting will be Wednesday December 9, 2015 from 6:00-8:00 PM at the home of Melody Newcombe at 117 Miller Road, Mt Tremper. Her Tel. # is 845-853-3761. It is a POTLUCK.Previous meetings at Melody’s have always been fun and full of conversation and gardening information.This is from Melody describing the meeting:“I have a huge reference horticultural library of every aspect of farming and gardening from grains, vegetable, fruit, herb, ferns, ground covers, trees and shrubs and annual and perennial flower propagation and growing, plus info on soils, amendments, composting, mulches, landscape design, greenhouse production, plant diseass, injurious pests and beneficials.
We could have a Q & A or delve into specific topics members want.”Directions:From Woodstock take either Wittenberg Rd or Rt 212 to 4 corners where they meet in Mt. Tremper. Take Plank Rd about 200 ft , go over the Beaverkill Bridge and take the first right onto Miller Rd (just before Zen Center). Go 1/2 mi to Melody’s on left. Cedar sided house with new deck, dk red trim and lots of windows.See you then!Dennis
Meeting will be held from 6-8 PM Wednesday, November 11, at Toni Wiedenbacher’s home–297 Meads Mountain Rd. Woodstock. Toni ask to please CarPoll–Park in the Community Center on Rock City Rd and drive up together.
We will have our next meeting at the home and garden of Jana Smith on Wednesday September 9, 2015 from 6-8 pm. It will be a POTLUCK.
Jana is creating a new “garden/pleasure spot” that she would love to have our input in relation to further design.
She would like you to bring your own chairs.
It would be most appreciated if anyone has extra garlic for Jana to plant.
Please bring food and ideas.
Her address is 15 Cottonwood Lane which is the first street after the bridge off of John Joy Road. Her telephone # is 684-5135.
Hope that everyone’s garden is growing beautifully and producing wonderful food that we can all share at our next Garden Share meeting.
It will be Wednesday August 12, 2015 from 6-8 PM. Eeo Stubblefield will be hosting the Pot Luck event at her home and garden.
The information about the meeting, her telephone # and the directions for 154 The Middle Way, Mt Tremper can be found below. She would like an RSVP so she can prepare.
Hi GS Members,
Hi Everyone,Our next Garden Share Meeting is Wednesday June 10th from 6-8 at the Craig and Katryna Barbers’ home and garden 23 Simmons Ct, Woodstock. It is a POTLUCK.The topic is “trellis building”. There will be a demonstration.The address is 23 SIMMONS DRIVE IT IS A RIGHT TURN OFF ROCK CITY ROAD, JUST PAST THE WILD ROSE AND THE OLD KENCO PLACE. PEOPLE ARE ENCOURAGED TO CARPOOL AS PARKING IS TIGHT. PLEASE DON’T PARK ON NEIGHBORS’ LAWNS. 679-0779 IS THEIR PHONE NUMBER.See you then!Dennis
I want to do two things for the meeting at my house. First, I will show everyone my array of rain barrels. I have collector barrels and distribution barrels and they are all hooked up with a hose system. It’s very interesting and I think the group would like to see how it works.
Second, for those who are interested in creating their own rain barrels, I am willing to do a hands-on demonstration of how to build one. If anyone is interested, they have to do two things. First, they have to have an empty plastic barrel of some kind. Perhaps a food storage barrel, or something else like that. Second, they have to let me know, so that I can have Vince, at Woodstock Hardware, put together a set of the hardware they will need to create a rain barrel.
My phone number and directions to my house are below. I need at least two days notice if you want to construct your own rain barrel. Please let me know if you need any further information.
My phone number is 845.679.0062 and my address is 24 Wardwell Lane, Woodstock, NY.
Directions are pretty simple.
It is off of Rte 212. Coming from Woodstock it is the first left turn after Gallo’s. Coming from Saugerties it is the last right turn before Gallo’s.
Our April meeting is this Wednesday the 8th from 6-8PM in the upstairs room at the Woodstock Library. Our guest will be Ken Greene from the Hudson Valley Seed Library. He is the one who provided us with a 20% discount for seeds for this coming growing season.
Hope to see you there,
Repair Cafe’ is a free community event where we bring our beloved and broken items, and together, with Repair Coaches, we fix them! Most things get fixed, and even if they don’t, we have a good time trying.
Location and Date to be announced soon!
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