Gardening with Native Plants in Niagara Falls, the animals at Maybe Someday Farm in Marilla, and More!
Native Plants and Pollinators with “Plant Lady” Sally Cunningham
Do you want to use native plants in your own garden? From 7:00 to 8:00 PM on Wednesday, October 4th, Sally Cunningham will be speaking at the Niagara Falls Public Central Library. Find out how you can turn your yard into a haven for pollinators and birds by adding native plants, just as we are doing in the Niagara Gorge.
Sally Cunningham is our region’s favorite native plant expert and recipient of the Volunteer of the Year Award at our recent Gala.
Don’t miss her talk – there is no cost to attend, but we ask everyone to register in advance. Click here to register for Sally’s talk, or call the Land Conservancy office at (716) 687-1225.
Fall Farm Tour at Maybe Someday Farm
Join us for a family-friendly tour of Maybe Someday Farm in Marilla, led by farm owner, Lee Dobbins. The tour will take place from 2:00 to 4:00 PM on Sunday, October 15th.
Maybe Someday Farm is a fun place for people of all ages to visit. You’ll be spending time with their friendly pigs, sheep, llamas, Nigerian Dwarf Goats, and more! They also have a farm store where you can purchase a wide variety of meat, farm fresh eggs, maple syrup, and pumpkins. The tour will be followed by a hayride around the farm so attendees can take in the beautiful fall foliage! This farm was protected in 2002 thanks to a partnership between the landowner, the Land Conservancy, and the Town of Marilla.
While event registration is free, on the day of the hike we suggest a donation of $5 per person to the […]