is offering a
Introduction to Seed Saving
Saturday February 28th 11:00
- Seed families
- Easiest seeds to save
- Pollination, population size and isolation
- Wet and dry seed processing methods
- Simple seed storage methods
Taught by: Electra de Peyster-Sonoma County Master Gardener with specialization in seed saving and food gardening. Electra is the founder of SeedStewards, a project that provides seed saving information and promotes seed conservation and the importance of maintaining genetic biodiversity.
Come early and” check out” seed from WCCSE’s Seed Library filled with hundreds of varieties of locally grown seed! Opens at 9am!
West County Community Seed Exchange
St Stephen’s Church
500 Robinson Road
“Farmers and Gardeners have been saving their own seeds since the dawn of agriculture. When you save seeds you are connecting to an ancient rhythm developed between humans and plants that is essential for preserving biodiversity and enhancing food security”