Native plants are essential for healthy, climate-resilient ecosystems. Learn plant identification and responsible seed collection techniques.
Event type: Archive
Explore the magic worms can work on soil and plant health and how to raise and care for them. Your garden will show its appreciation—dramatically!
Want to turn the tide toward a greener planet? Get into the dirt! This inspiring documentary shows how. Join us on Wednesday, August 23 at 5:15 PM for a free screening of Kiss the Ground at Upstate Films in Rhinebeck.
Discover the layered ecological diversity of Rhinebeck's Vlei Marsh, a critical habitat for birds, plants and animals, with ecologist Erik Kiviat, director of Hudsonia.
Walk Vlei Marsh with expert birder Dr. Alan Peterson and meet its feathered residents—Great Blue Herons, Virgina Rails, Ospreys, Wood Ducks and so many more!
Walk the Land winter tracking excursion at Rhinebeck’s Vlei Marsh! Learn to identify wildlife through tracks and other tell-tale signs.
Dirty Gaia is excited to be partnering with Chancellor Livingston Elementary School PTSO to offer a 4-part after school garden club again this year! Throughout the month on May students will create, plant, and care for their very own milk crate garden. Open to K-2 students at CLS, registration required through the RCSD PTSO.
Get your garden ideas percolating! Join us for Ask a Gardener: A Food Growers Round Table and hear what our team of professional gardeners have to say about everything from sowing and growing to soil and pest management. Q and A to follow. Morton Memorial Library in Rhinecliff on Wednesday, March 8, 2023, 6:00 - 7:30 PM
Join us on Saturday, July 22, 2023 from 10am to 1pm for the thrid annual Edible Gardens Tour. Check out the food-growing gardens of Rhinebeck and Rhinecliff and meet the growers. Hugelkultur, towering trellises, a hilltop garden overlooking the river.