Peconic Land Trusts Annual Volunteer Orientation
10:00 am - 01:00 pm
Bridge Gardens, Bridgehampton,
Volunteers Needed! Ever thought how much fun it could be to volunteer with the Peconic Land Trust?
Join us for our annual Volunteer Orientation on Saturday, March 9 from 10 am to 1 pm.
Choose a location — either Bridge Gardens in Bridgehampton or the North Fork Stewardship Center in Cutchogue — and learn about opportunities to put your skills to work in support of local land conservation and meet new friends and neighbors. For more information and to register, contact Kathy Kennedy at 631.283.3195 ext. 29.
We are now accepting membership applications for the following programs:
* Quail Hill Farm CSA Membership. The Trust is taking applications for the waiting list of new memberships for the summer season (June through October). Interested! Contact Robin Harris at 631.283.3195 ext. 19.
* Agricultural Center at Charnews Farm Community Gardens Membership. This growing community garden has a few openings for new members. Contact North Fork Stewardship Manager Denise Markut if interested at 631.734.5630.
* Bridge Gardens. The Gardens officially open for the season on April 6 — but programming is already underway with the annual series, “Conversations with . . . “. Join Bridge Gardens today and receive free admission to this series, as well as admission to the Gardens all season long, including Friday’s at Six Music in the Gardens. Join or renew your membership today by contacting Tom Hobson at 631.283.3195 ext. 20.
Growing Farmers on the Screen
Growing Farmers, the documentary film about the Trust’s work with farmers on Long Island will be screened locally in March & April at:
Mar 22: Sylvester Manor Educational Farm will host a screening and discussion at the Manor House at 7 pm.
Mar 23: Long House Reserve in East Hampton will host a screening and panel featuring Michael and Hilary beginning at 4:00 pm.
* Apr. 20: Hampton Library in Bridgehampton will screen the film followed by a discussion at 2:30 pm.