Hi GS Group,
Promoting and supporting sustainable, local food production – meets monthly. Contact: Dennis Bressack at DBressack47@earthlink.net or 845 679-6582
Hi GS Group,
This is a reminder about our Garden Share Meeting on Wednesday April 11th, 2016 from 6-8 PM at Toni Wiedenbacher’s home and Garden, 297 Mead Mt Road, Woodstock, NY.
Our first spring meeting will be Wednesday April 13, 2016 6-8 pm at the home and garden of David Gross.
Below is information from David about the meeting:
Address is 24 Wardwell Ln. Directions: take route 212 E. towards Saugerties. We are the street after Plochman Lane, a left turn off of 212. We are the third house on the right, the one with all the firewood on the lawn. Please park on the street and bring food and dishes for a potluck. We will need either indoors or outdoors, depending on the weather.
I want to show everyone my irrigation system. I will have it hooked up by the time of the meeting, although it may not be actually running, due to cold weather. Regardless, everyone will be able to see exactly how it works. Everyone can also look at and admire my solar array.
Hi GS Group,The GS Group will meet Thursday, March 10th at the Mt View Studio in Woodstock at 7pm to watch and discuss the permaculture film “Inhabit”.If you want to meet on the 9th as well to order seeds, please communicate directly with Lala.Please see the email sent out previously from Laurie Schwartz about an online presentation from March 7-13 called Homegrown Food Summit.Thanks.Dennis
Woodstock Transition’s Garden Share Group presents the documentary film Inhabit: A Permaculture Perspective
Thursday, March 10th at Mountain View Studio from 7:00-8:30 at 20 Mountain View Ave, Woodstock NY
Thank you to Dan Levy for opening his home to us. I have heard alot about his Passive house so I am looking forward to meeting there and seeing it. I think it will be especially interesting to anyone who owns a home and wants to upgrade to a more energy efficient situation or is building a home or a “tiny house”.
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.
Our website offers opportunities for Woodstock Transition member participation. If you are inspired to document transition activities in photos or writing, send them to info@woodstockNYtransition.org.
Each working group has its own page. Check out the calendar for events, meetings, and projects. Together, lets make our website an informative and vibrant meeting place!
From the folks on the Public and Community Outreach Group
Copyright © 2014 Woodstock NY Transition. All rights reserved. |Site by Deeper Shades Design