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Meeting – March 15, 2018

Meeting – March 15, 2018

“The role of the next generation farmers and food producers in local food systems” Town Hall, 3 N.Lowell St, 7:00 PM Jennifer Hashley is the Director for New Entry.  Jennifer is a leader in local food systems work focusing on beginning farmer development and on New Entry’s strategies for […]

Chicken Wreath

Chicken Wreath

This dish was brought to a Holiday craft event by our member Patti M. Print Recipe Chicken Wreath The red and green veggies that show through as well as the shape are what makes this a “wreath”. Use a non-stick cookie sheet or pizza stone. […]

Butterfly Garden

Butterfly Garden

Kudos to Jack McCarthy & Steve Hinds for helping the WGC move this rock to the Nesmith Library Butterfly Garden! NO joke…YOU ROCK!  Kudos to Robin and Carolyn for updating the plants in this garden as well as watering all of the Garden Club gardens […]

Nesmith Children’s Garden

Nesmith Children’s Garden

The WGC was more than happy to support the Nesmith Library’s Children’s Garden project by building it’s activity structure! Well I don’t know what to call it: Definition of pergola. 1 : arbor, trellis. 2 : a structure usually consisting of parallel colonnades supporting an […]

Membership 2017 – 2018

Membership 2017 – 2018

We are currently accepting membership applications for 2017 – 2018.  Our programs cover a wide variety of subject.  We welcome members will any skill level. 


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Meeting – March 15, 2018

Meeting – March 15, 2018

“The role of the next generation farmers and food producers in local food systems”

Town Hall, 3 N.Lowell St, 7:00 PM

Jennifer Hashley is the Director for New Entry.  Jennifer is a leader in local food systems work focusing on beginning farmer development and on New Entry’s strategies for farmer training, land stewardship, and connecting consumers to alternatives to industrial food, her role at New Entry includes building community partnerships, developing new programs and services, mentoring and supporting project staff, securing sustainable resources for all program operations, writing grants, strategic planning, and overseeing incubator training farm site infrastructure and a multi-year sustainable agriculture training curriculum in specialty crops and livestock production for limited resource farmers. Jennifer also excels in working side by side with farmers in the field, at markets, and in the classroom.