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Our Events

  • Repair Cafe
    Sat, Mar 25
    Cheshire High School
    Don't throw it away, fix it!
  • Winter Milkweed Sowing
    Sat, Nov 05
    Cheshire Pollinator Pathway at West Main
    Give Monarch Butterflies what they need and bring them to your home with our Milkweed Sowing Workshop.
  • Cheshire Sustainability Fair
    Sat, Oct 08
    Go Green! Meet a host of local and regional environmental and conservation organizations at the Cheshire Sustainability Fair and bring the kids for the Trash to Treasure Kids' Art Table!
  • Nancy Lawson, "The Humane Gardener"
    Thu, Sep 15
    Cheshire Public LIbrary Zoom
    Author Nancy Lawson is our special guest speaker in this online presentation. Nancy draws from her book, speaking on the importance of coexisting with wildlife & using native plants to create habitats that are beneficial as well as practical and beautiful.
  • Get Down & Dirty,  a Native Plant Workshop
  • What's Bugging You?  A Look at Pollinators & Other Insects in Your Garden
    Wed, Jul 20
    Pollinators are insects! They get a bad rap. But they are super important. Without them, we humans would be in a ton of trouble.
  • Housing Choices for the Whole Life Cycle: Opportunities and Benefits
    Thu, May 19
    Cheshire Public Library
    When the time comes for aging parents, grown children or young families, will they be able to continue to call Cheshire their home?
  • Save the Mill River with Steve Hamm
    Mon, Apr 11
    Cheshire Public Library
    Author and environmental activist, Steve Hamm, author of "The Pivot" looks at the industrial legacy and recreational history of the Mill River, including its headwaters which are located in Cheshire.
  • Trails Talk - In person with Mark Kasinskas
    Tue, Mar 29
    Cheshire Public Library
    Where are the town's best places for challenging hikes or scenic walks? Join Mark Kasinskas, a Cheshire native and avid hiker as he showcases the best spots to hike in town. Kasinskas is a geographer and environmental planner. He is also a former Cheshire Land Trust president and a graduate of the
  • Be on the Lookout: Spotted Lanternfly
    Mon, Feb 07
    The Spotted Lanternfly (Lycorma delicatula) is the latest non-native insect to arrive in Connecticut, and established populations have recently been found in Cheshire. Approximately half of the state’s forests are threatened according to the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station.

Cheshire Summer of Sunflowers

Cheshire's Summer of Sunflowers is a community-growing project in which everyone can participate.  Look for your friends and neighbors in this fabulous video created by Sustainable CT summer interns, Emily Hailu and Sarah Houle. Enjoy!

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