Sarah DePasquale – herbalist and landowner, and Andrea Ferich, initiator of the multifunctional riparian buffers, take you on a virtual tour of the project planted at Fiddler’s Bend Farm. Learn more about riparian buffers planted by PVCA through a grant from the Chesapeake Bay Trust. Sarah shares how she utilizes some of the many plants in their farm’s buffer and demonstrates the medicinal preparation of elderflower syrup. These buffers benefit wildlife and landowners alike while preserving water quality.
You can view the photo album of Sarah and Jim’s Farm, as well as a handful of Andrea’s work here…
Join us for an informative and inspirational tour of two of PVCA’s stream bank improvement projects with habitat champion, Lysle Sherwin. Learn what impacts PVCA’s Young Forest Initiative is having on water quality and wildlife from the expert. Hear from the farmers about the wildlife preservation work done by PVCA on their land.
Afterward, join Stacy Levy, world-famous landscape and sculpture artist, as she walks us through her property. See how she defines wild vs built worlds using natural gradients that add beauty and habitat. Learn the answer to the question of how to live in a place without displacing the natural qualities that make the land beautiful.
We are offering bus transportation for attendees from Old Gregg School in Spring Mills to our various project sites, as well as to Stacy Levy’s Farm, and then returning to Old Gregg School. Parking is limited at each location so we are requiring attendees either sign up to ride the bus for a $9 fee, or if you wish, you can bike or buggy to each of the locations for free.
Meet at Old Gregg Schoolbetween 2:00 and 2:25 for departure at 2:30pm.
The address is: 106 School Street Spring Mills, PA 16875
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