Upcoming Events

Composting: Black Gold for Your Garden


Composting: Black Gold for Your Garden – FREE Zoom Webinar on November 1 at 6-7:30PM Put some pep into your garden’s step with compost made from your table scraps and outdoor material like leaves and lawn clippings. Compost is organic matter and will build a better-quality soil for your trees, shrubs, plants and vegetables. Led […]



How can you best prepare your yard to support and sustain wildlife over the long winter? Join ALT’s Senior Director of Education and Curriculum, Julie Travaglini, for tips and tricks on creating a winter backyard habitat. FREE

Foodshed Farmer Fest

As the seasons change, let's celebrate this year's harvest... mark your calendar and RSVP below: Wednesday, November 2, 2022  6-9pm Durham Hill Farm 6409 Durham Road, Pipersville, PA 18947 durhamhillfarm.com Bucks County Foodshed Alliance is hosting Foodshed Farmer Fest to celebrate YOU, the farmers! Bring your family (kids are welcome) for an evening to relax and reflect […]

Know Your Native: Shrubs


Join us for Know Your Native: Shrubs for gardeners to learn about eight species of pollinators that will make any garden look great and create an essential pollinator habitat. Native shrubs for pollinators are often overlooked in the planning stages or on recommended plant lists. We will discuss the value and benefits pollinator-friendly gardens have to offer.


Long before pure chemicals were manufactured in labs, members of the Lenape nation used plants for medicine, some of which are still utilized today. Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis), mayapple (Podophyllum peltatum) and jewelweed (Impatiens capensis) are just a few of these species. This traditional medical knowledge was, and continues to be, passed down through their families. This […]

Leave the Leaves Lunch & Learn Webinar


Autumn is typically when many of us put our gardens to bed by removing leaves and cutting back perennials. Yet, allowing fallen leaves, branches, stems, and seed heads to stay where they are rather than raking, blowing, shredding, or cutting them away will ensure our gardens are places for life to thrive. Anna Fialkoff will […]

Event Series Doylestown Farmers Market

Doylestown Farmers Market

Doylestown Farmers Market 25 S Hamilton St, Doylestown, PA, United States

Located in the heart of downtown Doylestown, our open-air market features more than 30 rotating vendors local to Bucks County and the surrounding area. Located on South Hamilton Street between West Oakland Avenue and West State Street. The Doylestown Farmers Market takes place every Saturday, April 16 – November 19, 2022, 8 am – 1 […]

Native Plant Society of New Jersey Fall Conference 2022


Nature itself has a way of sustaining life on Earth. Yet nature’s balance has been disturbed by human endeavors. Our 2022 Fall Conference speakers will share the science of nature and ecological function while offering ways each of us can restore natural processes through selection and use of native plants in our gardens and landscapes. […]

Knowing Native Plants: From Flowers to Seeds


How do angiosperms reproduce sexually? Former botany and plant physiology college professor Ed Lignowski, Ph.D., will discuss the life cycle of flowering plants, from pollination to fruit and seed dispersal. The general anatomy of flowers will be covered along with specific examples of native plants that illustrate the many interesting differences in floral structure and […]

Nature’s Best Hope


Doug Tallamy, Professor of Entomology at the University of Delaware; Author, Bringing Nature Home (2007), The Living Landscape (2014), Nature’s Best Hope (2020), and The Nature of Oaks (2021). Recent headlines about global insect declines, the impending extinction of one million species worldwide, and three billion fewer birds in North America are a bleak reality check […]

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