When

February 5, 2023    
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Where

Curtis Memorial Library
23 Pleasant Street, Brunswick, ME

Join Ellen Maling and the volunteers from the Tom Settlemire Community Garden Perennial Team for this in-person event at the Morrell Meeting Room in the Curtis Memorial Library. We’ll be preparing locally harvested, beneficial and native seeds for winter sowing at the Community Garden’s nursery and will make seed balls or a small pot of seeds to take home. Bring your questions about native plants and be ready to get your hands dirty! Please note: this is an indoors in-person event with a limited capacity. More details about this event including directions will be shared with registrants.

Registration is required – click here to register!

Ellen Maling and the volunteer Perennial Team at the Tom Settlemire Community Garden work year round tending and growing an array of perennials, biennials, herbs, vegetable seedlings, annual seedlings, heirloom variety plants, shrubs, small trees and vines. Each year the Land Trust’s Tom Settlemire Community Garden hosts the ‘Taking Root’ Plant Sale thanks to the effort of these incredible volunteers as a fundraiser in support of the Garden.

Please join us for our annual Winter Garden Workshop series: Growing Literacy. Every winter, the Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust offers this series of workshops to engage with the community, support the Tom Settlemire Community Garden, and offer skill-building exercises for gardeners of all abilities. These workshops are a wonderful opportunity to learn from master gardeners and experts on a variety of gardening subjects. This year we are proud to host six talks through collaboration with Brunswick-Topsham Land TrustGrowing to Give and Curtis Memorial Library. Two of these talks will be on local farms, three on Zoom, and one in-person at Curtis Memorial Library. Bring your curiosity, questions, and join us!

Curtis Memorial Library is a public library of Brunswick and Harpswell, Maine. Curtis Memorial Library strives to enrich the quality of life in this region by building community, advocating for reading, championing social justice and digital equity, and promoting sustainability.

Growing to Give grows organic produce to support those in the community struggling with food insecurity while modeling, educating, and advocating for climate-friendly farming practices. Working with a robust network of volunteers and community partners, Growing to Give has grown and donated over 80,000 lbs of produce since its inception in 2017.

Thank you to Camden National Bank for sponsoring this series!