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Beyond Organic: Soil Health, Nutrition and Flavor with Farmer Brett Ellis

Norfolk Library 9 Greenwoods East, Norfolk

Good sustainable farming practices begin with soil health. As a chef and farmer, Husky Meadows new grower Brett Ellis brings the added understanding that all flavor and nutrient density in our food begins at the soil level. Join Brett for a lively discussion of the importance of soil health and sustainable farming that goes beyond […]

Husky Meadows Farm presents Homegrown National Park ® co-founder Michelle Alfandari

Norfolk Hub 2 Station Place, Norfolk, CT

Husky Meadows Farm is excited to present this public event to the community to highlight the work of Homegrown National Park ® with Michelle Alfandari. Michelle will host a screening of a short film, "What's the Rush," featuring Homegrown National Park Co-founder renowned Ecologist Doug Tallamy. Michelle co-founded Homegrown National Park with Doug Tallamy, Professor of […]

Native Grass & Wildflower Meadows with Mike Nadeau

Seed and Spoon 26 Doolittle Drive, Norfolk, CT

Mike is one of the leading authorities in the field of sustainable organic and ethical land care strategies in the US and co-founder of the NOFA Organic Land Care Program.  He is a published writer on subjects including ecological, sustainable, and organic land-care topics. Mike is also the winner of NOFA's 5th Annual "Bill Duesing […]

Get Tickets $65.00 10 tickets left

Brunch with Page Dickey: Native Plants in the Home Garden

Seed and Spoon 26 Doolittle Drive, Norfolk, CT

Page Dickey, Author and Gardener joins us for a lively brunch with discussion of how to bring native plants into the home garden.  Author of books such as Uprooted and Embroidered Ground, Page has a rich experience with both classical horticulture and a deep understanding of the interdependent nature of native plants and pollinators. Page […]


Kitchen Garden Workshop with Lunch

Seed and Spoon 26 Doolittle Drive, Norfolk, CT

Learn from Culinary Director Tracy Hayhurst and Farmer Brett Ellis how to start your own Kitchen Garden. During this workshop you'll learn all the basics from site selection, starting your own seedlings to plant maintenance and delicious recipes to make with your bountiful harvest. This workshop also coincides with our spring plant sale. You'll be […]

Get Tickets $75.00 8 tickets left