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Earth Day Bike Ride


It was Earth Day, so we rode our bikes.  GreenTown loves bike rides so the Lawn-Be-Gone bike ride this year was held on April 22 and for a change of pace, we visited the south side of town.

We started at Oak School and heard about the amazing Living Classroom demonstration park and garden from Suzanne Kasso, pictured with her two dogs, Splash and Snickers. This was the first Living Classroom proj

The next stop at Covenant Church showed a brand new project, only six months old. There is a lot of empty space, but the plants will grow and spread. We’ll have to come back and check it out. Linda Ziff is describing the rocky swale used for rain water capture.

Six more stops

Our ride ended at Woodland Library to hear about a Gold Award project to install a Demonstration Garden. Girl Scout Alyssa Robins created a plan that includes drought tolerant plants, a garden wall, a rain garden, interpretive signage and reference material in a kiosk in the library.

It was fun, and we’ll be

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