*The second session has been rescheduled to February 15 due to presenter illness. Registered participants should have received an email about the postponement. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.*
Brought to you by Golden Hills RC&D and The Center for Rural Affairs Workshop One - Tuesday, January 18th 6-8pm Workshop Two - Tuesday, February 15th 6-8pm (rescheduled from February 8) Location: Virtual via Zoom
Mini Seed School is for farmers and gardeners wanting to learn the basics of seed saving and seed stewardship in a lightning format. This is a condensed version of a weekend long Seed School facilitated by Alex O’Hanlon and Cait Caughey. Topics will include seed history, importance, planning for seed saving, isolation techniques, seed processing and storage. We will also share information on on-going community projects such as a seed cooperative, seed shares, and more. Seed saving is an important practice for climate change resiliency, maintaining biodiversity, and building a thriving local food system.
Registration is required for each workshop and you are welcome to attend one or both. Registered participants will receive Zoom link on the day of the event. Register for Workshop 1. Register for Workshop 2. Please register separately for both if you plan to attend both. Registration closes the Friday before each session. If you would like to register after the deadline, please email email@example.com .