Monthly Archives: April 2022

Sponge Landscape

Absorbing rain water back into the earthwith native vegetation By Anna Fialkoff In a changing climate with extreme storms and floods in our present and future, forests, meadows and wetlands are increasingly vital as densely vegetated areas that act like … Continue reading

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Spring

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Cue the Applause

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Knotweed

Do you have knotweed on your property? Do you know how to manage it? Join Identification and Management of Invasive Knotweed to learn from the experts! When: Thursday, May 5, 2022, (7:00 PM – 8:30 PM ET) Format: Live Online … Continue reading

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Earth Day

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Rain, rain, go away

New year and new ideas for your garden keeping you looking for solutions to last year’s problems? If excess water is one of them, this is a good source of information that may help in your planning. SoakNH.org

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Spring Shovels

Have you been looking around your garden and thinking about what you need to move or divide? Do you have new plants in mind but need space? Have you also been thinking that digging and dividing maybe aren’t your most … Continue reading

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Tick Tock

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Native plants

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