The Grange turns INSIDE / OUT this fall to provide movies, lectures, music and more via Zoom and other digital platforms. To help keep everyone healthy, we’ll be presenting great programs that you can be part of wherever you are.
Lyceum lecture #5: This program explores the intersectionality of two traditionally siloed practices, agriculture, and forestry, and the social and cultural history, functionality, design, and strategies of agroforestry practices. Presenter Meghan Giroux, MSc., Agroforestry, is an agricultural land use planner, researcher, practitioner and nurserywoman helping landowners protect and improve ecosystem function, increase biodiversity and identify ways to enhance livelihoods . Interlace Agroforestry Farm, LLC. operates a developing 60-acre site in Whallonsburg, New York, designed to demonstrate the usefulness of agroforestry land-use practices.
This series is underwritten by the Glenn and Carol Pearsall Adirondack Foundation, ‘Dedicated to improving the quality of life for year-round residents of the Adirondack Park’ (www.pearsallfoundation.org).
The Lyceum Series concludes with Update on Climate Change in the Adirondacks on November 17th. Visit www.thegrangehall.info for additional links and information.