Virtual Lyceum Series: Intro to Agroforestry: Theory and Practice

This season The Whallonsburg Grange is presenting six lectures on wide-ranging topics of interest with terrific speakers, all via Zoom. Register in advance  and you'll be sent a link a few days before with instructions on how to join the Lyceum. Use your computer or smartphone. We'll be recording the lectures for access later if you can't attend the live stream. Join us from anywhere!

November 10, 7:00 pm: Intro to Agroforestry: Theory and Practice 

This program explores the intersection of two traditionally siloed practices, agriculture and forestry, and the social and cultural history, design, and strategies of agroforestry practices. Presenter Meghan Giroux, is a land-use planner and researcher who is developing the 60-acre Interlace Agroforestry Farm in Whallonsburg.

Lectures are free. Donations greatly appreciated.