Green Steps to a Green Lawn
Growing your lawn without chemicals!
Good for the environment, humans, animals and your wallet.
Please come to the Spring Educational presentation and Member Meeting
Monday, April 4th at the Riverfront Community Center
Starting at 6:00pm There will be a social hour to enjoy a picnic type dinner and volunteer sign-up for spring and summer garden planting work dates. At 7:00pm we will hold a brief business meeting followed by a conversation with our guest speaker, John Hammer, on “Green Steps to a Green Lawn” – growing your lawn without chemicals!
John Hammer is a Principal Landscape Architect at SLR Consulting in Massachusetts and Connecticut. He is a leading turf-grass professional and an Eagle Scout. He received his BSLA degree from The State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, or SUNY-ESF. SUNY-ESF is the nation’s oldest and most respected school dedicated to the study of the environment, developing renewable technologies, and building a sustainable future. John joined GPIP as a member of the Board of Directors in 2020 and brings a wealth of knowledge and energy to the organization.
The Public is Welcome and Encouraged to attend this event. Bring a friend too.
GPIP is a 501c3 non-profit organization that provides beautification, education, and environmental work on the public lands of Glastonbury through membership, donations and grants. For more information: GPIP.org firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook or call Pam @ 860.659.3482 Donations can be mailed to: GPIP PO Box 378 So. Glastonbury, CT 06073 or electronically via PayPal
Donations are accepted too.Checks may be sent to the above address or via PayPal.