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An Inspiring Message From Landscape Architect Toby Wolf

On behalf of the members of the Groton Garden Club, I would like to thank the townspeople of Groton and the surrounding communities who supported our recent Trust Fund Lecture. A large crowd heard an inspiring message from landscape architect Toby Wolf.
     His presentation entitled “Authentic, Immediate, and Alive: Design Lessons from Wild Landscapes,” explored ways you can bring the meaningful encounters from wild forests and meadows to your own gardens. The Garden Club is promoting use of native plants to encourage a more diverse habitat for native wildlife.
     I am grateful to the following people and groups who helped to make this program a success: Priscilla Williams, for chairing the Lecture committee and putting all the details together; Kathy Shelp, COA director, for offering use of the great new space at The Center; the Groton Public Library for showcasing resources on the subject of native plants; John Ellenberger, for recording the presentation; the many Garden Club members who helped with set up, created native plant displays or posters, or attended the lecture; members of the landscaping and gardening community; and Officers from the Garden Club Federation of MA, and other area clubs.
     This annual free presentation was co-sponsored with the NRWA and made possible by a grant from the Groton Commissioners of Trust Funds. For a resource list on native plants, or to find out more about our other activities, see our website: www. grotongardenclub.org or email: info@grotongardenclub.org. Updated information on our Plant Sale will be posted on our website too.
 
Sincerely, Lisa Murray, President
Groton Garden Club
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