Hudson Garden Club will have its first meeting on September 16th

Are you interested in gardening or like flowers? Want to learn about floral arrangements? Do field trips enjoy gardening? Do you want to attend gardening workshops or gardening or gardening?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, plan to attend the Hudson Gardens Fall Club on September 16 at 16 p.m. The meeting is open to the public.

This is a phenomenon of rain or lightning. If it rained, the meeting would be held in a barn. Bring a seat.

Greenfield Berry Farm is located in the National Park and participates in the CSA, a community-supported agricultural program that brings together fresh food from families and local farms. Farmer Daniel Greenfield visits the farm information. He has a PhD. He mastered the philosophy of local education in the cultural foundations of education, and taught in local elementary schools and universities. He talks about running a small natural berry farm, fertilizing, showing any unusual things he is growing up, and beekeeping. Depending on the time, there may be a chance to cut the sunflowers.

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