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PHOTOS: Greenwich Community Gardens 3rd Annual “Big Tomato,” a Farewell to Patty Sechi

Patty Sechi will be leaving soon for the clay soils of Virginia, but her imprint on the Greenwich Community Gardens was everywhere in evidence at the organization’s fundraiser at Mill Street Bar & Table in Byram. Continue Reading →

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Screening of “Seed: the Untold Story,” Features Organic Treats, Visit from Will Bonsall

At an event with a gala feel, Greenwich Community Gardens members, corporate sponsors, and community supporters gathered to see the award-winning “Seed: the Untold Story,” a documentary about the environmental and health effects of the world’s loss of biodiversity. Continue Reading →

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Learn All About Herbs at Mill Street Bar & Tavern

On Saturday, may 7, Chef Geoff Lazlo of Mill Street Bar & Table in Byram has generously offered to host the class at his very cool and “gardeny ” restaurant as the venue, and Rosemary Louden will teach the group all about herbs and how to grow them. Chef Geoff will clue people in on how to use them. There will be some tasty bites to try and herb-infused waters to sip. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Youth Conservation Program Tackles Invasives at Community Gardens

A large group of teens employed by the Greenwich Youth Conservation Program descended on the dirt and invasive plants encircling the community gardens at Bible Street Community Gardens Continue Reading →

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Perfect Day for 8th Annual “Experience the Sound” at Greenwich Point

Kudos to the person who ordered up the perfect weather on Sunday for the “Experience the Sound” event, organized by the Bruce Museum and the Town’s Shellfish Commission. The event included tours of a shellfishing boat and a free raw bar! Several organizations set up under tents outside Innis Arden Cottage, and a fleet of Bruce Museum Seaside Center volunteers did a bit of show and tell with the sea life for kids of all ages. Continue Reading →

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