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Peconic Land Trust Moves Lectures Online

Tue, 05/12/2020 - 13:57
Layton Guenther from Quail Hill Farm, center, in a 2018 photo.
Durell Godfrey

The Peconic Land Trust's popular Bridge Gardens Conversation Series is moving to an online platform. "Long Island Grown Talk With Food and Beverage Artisans" will be offered on Thursday from 6 to 7 p.m. on Zoom with Laura Donnelly, The Star's food writer, as moderator.

Guests on Thursday will be Layton Guenther from Quail Hill Farm, which is a property of the Peconic Land Trust; Greg Kessler from the Hoppy Acre and Springs Fireplace Hotsauce; Ira Haspel from KK’s the Farm, and Charity Joy Robinson, creator of the Kombat-Cha brand of kombucha.

Registration ahead of time is required. More information, including a registration link, is online here.

On Friday, the Peconic Land Trust will post a build-a-birdhouse workshop video by Brian Kennedy of Fixhampton. The video will also cover ways to attract songbirds to your yard. There are pre-cut kits available for sale for $10 each, plus tax. More information is online here.

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