Saving Seed Class – Oct 23th
9-3 pm $10 or donation (to cover speaker costs)
This class is to educate about the importance of locally adapted seeds in a local food system and will support the San Miguel Basin Regional Seed Library. We need more local seed-savers!
Instructors are Yvette Henson, SMB CSU Extension and local Colorado Master Gardeners, Robin Young, CSU Extension Archuleta County and Laura Parker, owner of High Desert Seed Company in Colona.
The morning session will be at Norwood Lone Cone Library from 9 am till noon. We will cover basics and have some hands-on activities. Then for lunch, seed share and seed processing demonstrations will be at the Norwood Community Garden from noon till 3pm. Bring your own lunch and seeds to share.
Virtual Veggie Garden Tour
will be posted on our Facebook Page
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Look below for SMB Regional Seed Library Information!
The purpose of our seed library is to provide and propagate locally adapted seeds for local gardeners and farmers. Locally adapted seeds are a vital component of a healthy, secure & local food system.
It’s time to plan your 2021 garden and you will need seeds! Even though we are practicing Social Distancing and Sheltering at Home due to Corona Virus (COVID-19), we still want to provide seeds to you!
- Go by the Lone Cone Library where the SMB Regional Seed Library is housed.
- If you can’t stop by the Library, contact Yvette to make arrangements to get seeds.
- Fill out the membership form linked below.
- Select up to 5 packets of seeds (include first and alternate choices on the form). Seed availability link below.
- Email your form to Yvette.Henson@colostate.edu or call her at 970-708-4786.
We are working from Home so reach out to Yvette’s email Yvette.Henson@colostate.edu
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