Growing Resilience: Tapping into Your Garden’s Enormous Potential Starting in Your Own Backyard

TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 2023 – 5:00 PM


Gardens matter. There is enormous untapped potential in a garden: from growing food to building and remediating degraded soils to filtering and capturing water to creating habitat for pollinators and beneficial insects or adding resilience to your watershed, neighborhood and region. Learn how gardens offer an incredible opportunity to make a difference starting right where you are.

Reservations are available by clicking HERE.  This lecture will take place VIRTUALLY at 5:00 PM. We will send out the zoom invitation 1 hour before the beginning of the lecture.

Admission: $10 for non-members, free for members

About Allison Houghton:

Allison is a regenerative growing consultant, author, and educator on a variety of organic gardening topics, ecological design, and climate resiliency. She is also the author of the free NOFA/Mass (MA chapter of the Northeast Organic Farming Association) publication: The Carbon Sequestering Garden: Gardening for the Planet While Growing Some of the Best Food Possible. She also runs an online consulting community to support people in building thriving, diverse, and resilient backyards and gardens.