Farm and Foods programs welcomes Amy-Louise Pfeffer

GCC is pleased to introduce new Farm and Food Systems Coordinator Amy-Louise Pfeffer. From 2005 to 2013, Amy-Louise and her husband developed ten-acre Tuckaway Farm in Conway, pasturing meat chickens with Icelandic sheep, tending a flock of laying hens, planting a vineyard, an orchard, berries, and a household garden. Through participation in markets and festivals, as […]

Like to get your hands dirty? Take our free Wetlands Access Workshop!

Join us for a free Wetlands Access Workshop funded through a grant from the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation’s Recreational Trails Program and sponsored by the SAGE (Sustainable Agriculture and Green Energy) Education Center at Greenfield Community College. Priority will be given to those working for non-profit organizations who are responsible for providing or building […]

Check out our seeds. Literally.

The GCC Seed Library is up and running! Here is how it works: Students, staff and faculty may now check out seeds from the Nahman-Waston Library, just like checking out a book. Take a look in our library catalog to see what seeds are available. Check out your seeds (remember to bring your library card). Plant them! If […]