What’s Going On In The Last Green Valley?

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Tastes of the Valley

Tastes of the Valley showcases the talents of local farms, orchards and restaurants by pairing products grown, raised and created in The Last Green Valley’s 35 towns with a variety of local chefs. Seated at each table is a special guest – either a local farmer, vintner, brewer or agriculture expert for you to converse with as you learn more about what it takes to keep The Last Green Valley green and delicious. Tastes of the Valley is TLGV’s major fundraiser and all proceeds support TLGV’s programs and projects. Learn more!

Spring Outdoors

Spring Outdoors is an annual celebration that runs from the Spring Equinox  until the Summer Solstice.  Spring Outdoors connects you to lands, waters, and trails in The Last Green Valley National Heritage Corridor, including some properties not normally accessible to the public. Get outside!

Walktober

Walktober! From the end of September through early November, enjoy more free guided walks, hikes, paddles, events and pedals! Walktober has something for everyone during the most visually intoxicating time of year in The Last Green Valley. Do you Walktober? Bring a friend this year and introduce them! Love Walktober? Join us and host your own Walktober! The possibilities are endless!
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Our Calendar

Find out what’s going on. Check out The Last Green Valley Calendar. Just click the link if you have a new event that you’d like to submit.
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Photo of the Week Gallery

Join our photo contest. Each week we’ll pick our favorite photo. We’re looking for images that capture a moment, and shine the spotlight on the joys of living in The Last Green Valley.
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The Last Green Valley Blog

Stay up-to-date with the latest topics. Ranger Talks, hikes, water quality management events are covered. Read about new historical finds. We’ll keep you up to date on all that’s happening in The Last Green Valley.
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