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1) New England Grows Conference  

Boston, MA  February 6-8th.

A great place to learn about hot new trends, network with regional experts and have some fun! I am going this year.


2) Spring Tonic: Celebrating All Things Locally Grown 

Saturday March, 23rd 

12noon to 12:30 

Lenox, Library  http://lenoxlib.org/


I will be giving a short presentation here on Edible Landscapes. introducing some medicinal/edible plants that are available here in the Berkshires.  

3) Birdhouse Building Workshop  

Great Barrington, MA 

Saturday April 27th 

9:30am to 12:30pm

Berkshire South Community Center

(413) 528-2810 to register

Ages 12+ (under 18 must be accompanied by an adult). Build a wooden birdhouse using materials provided and simple hand tools (bring a cordless drill and a Phillips screwdriver if you have one.) Learn about common birds of the Berkshires that

use nesting boxes, landscaping tips to attract birds, birdhouse construction and placement and bird conservation.

Instructor Scott Harrington


4) Berkshire Conservation District Annual Plant Sale

Monument Regional High School.  

Great Barrington, MA 

Saturday May 4th, (time to be decided 9-12noon or 10am-1pm)

I will have a booth set up here with my birdhouses and various other information about landscaping, etc...


5)  Berkshire Gardens:  Dreams to reality


Day long conference.  I went last year and really enjoyed it.  Includes free lunch   $30 for the day.  


Saturday April 13, 2013  

8 am to 2:30 pm

Lenox Memorial High School

197 East Street




More events to be listed as they are booked...so come back and visit...

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