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Pine Plains Community Garden – Volunteers Needed!


Please join in growing a Community Garden. A sunny, flat piece of land by the Town Hall has raised beds, fencing, and a newly tilled area. You don’t need to know how to garden. All that is required is that you • appreciate and like to eat fresh organic produce • enjoy good work • Feel rewarded when you share the fruits of your labor with others

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Hope on the Hudson (3 brand new films on the Hudson River) at the Watershed Center


Watershed is excited to again host acclaimed filmmaker, Jon Bowermaster, at the Watershed Center on Sunday, May 13th @ 7pm to screen three new short films on the social and environmental issues of the Hudson River Valley. Last year, Jon presented several films from his Hudson River at Risk series and now we are treated to Hope on the Hudson: three new films that emphasize the positive work and the possibilities of a rejuvenated and socially engaged Hudson River.

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Trade Secrets Rare Plant and Garden Antiques Sale (May 19 & 20)


Welcome to Trade Secrets better known as the “northeast’s garden event of the year!” This spectacular two-day garden event brings legions of gardeners (along with Martha Stewart) to the Litchfield Hills of Connecticut every spring in support of a wonderful cause — Women’s Support Services (WSS). This year Trade Secrets Rare Plant and Garden Antiques Sale is on Saturday, May 19, at the lovely LionRock Farm in Sharon, CT., and the Extraordinary Garden Tour on Sunday, May 20. (photo by Lynn Karlin)

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Watershed Center invites you to Schaghticoke Annual Unity Gathering Benefit


The Watershed Center invites you to join us them for a walk, sacred fire ritual, and meal inspired by foods and flavors indigenous to this land. Chief Sachem Hawk Storm will lead conversation about the history of the Schaghticoke, their plans to revitalize their culture in this region, and how their work connects to broader issues of land conversation, climate change, and the global struggle for indigenous sovereignty. The promises to be a VERY special evening.

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