Category Archives: Gardens

Is your Rain Garden safe?

Rain gardens and similar environmentally friendly stormwater infrastructure are being embraced worldwide because they do their job so well. They sponge up polluted runoff, keeping the foul chemicals out of the places that are home to beloved wildlife and where … Continue reading

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century old Elm tree removed from front of Collis

An American Elm that has survived for more than a hundred years at the southwest corner of the Green, in front of Collis center has been removed yesterday due to its long time decay at its base. Dartmouth has an … Continue reading

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Hanover Community Gardens

The fences are in, hoses installed and paths are clear.  Families came together to prepared the gardens for spring planting.  New this season is a blog to share garden information.  For photos, garden history and weather data, check out Hanover Gardens.

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Community Gardens

Last night I stumbled upon the Hartland Garden website.  In my eyes this really celebrates the Upper Valley.   It’s particularly great that the town of Hartland has supported the effort and the group has received grants to help them get started.  Of … Continue reading

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