Saturday, October 10th from 10am–12:30pm
Join Julia Coffey, President of Seeds Trust, a local high-altitude seed company, for a hands-on workshop on why seed saving is so important to preserve disappearing biodiversity and adapt our regional seed shed to quickly changing climate conditions. We will share some seed history and cover basic saving techniques including hands-on work harvesting and cleaning seed, and the wet-method for tomatoes.
$30 for public registration.
Scholarships are available! For more information, contact Brittany Pimentel, Horticultural Program Coordinator, at email@example.com.