Program for Sunday May 23, 2021
Engage with Laura Kelley in a conversation of the importance of quality foods. Many of us have been growing more of our own food; some have even managed to grow enough to share with our neighbors. Our choices of what to grow and how to go about it impacts our microbiome as well as the life cycles of native bees and other pollinators. Laura will talk about choosing seeds and crops, measuring productivity and maximizing diversity in our diets.
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After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Meeting platform will open at 9:30 for informal socializing. Program will begin promptly at 10:00.
An 11th generation Cape Codder who takes the long view, Laura Kelley created POCCA Cape Cod [link to https://www.poccacapecod.org/ ] to educate and build local and state political will to protect the Cape’s aquifers for future generations. The proprietor of Littlefield Landscapes, an organic land care and design company specializing in native vegetation and custom stonework of all kinds, she lives and grows seasonal edible foods in North Eastham.