For true community food security…..
Learn to grow your own vegetable seeds.
- Which vegetables are easiest to grow to seed?
- How can I be sure my seed will breed true?
- Choosing the best plants to save seed from
- Hands-on: harvest and storage
- Planning the garden for seed saving
Seed swap after workshop. Feel free to bring seeds to share. Some homegrown seeds will be available to take home.
Have a favorite open-pollinated tomato plant? Bring a ripe tomato and we will help you to process the seeds for best plant growth.
This class will be outdoors, so please dress for the weather.
When: 6-8 pm Thursday, August 8
Location: 4446 NE Going St, Portland. Frequent service on Trimet #75, easily accessible by bike. Off-street bike parking available.
Instructors: Rachel Freifelder
Cost: $25 – Scholarships for SNAP recipients. Work-trade available, but must be approved by the Tuesday before the class. Call to discuss. New group discount! Bring a friend for $20.
This class is part of Living City’s 9-month program in the Year Round Harvest.
Class is limited to 20 students. Please call 503-849-9466 to reserve
your spot, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. And tell your friends!
We look forward to meeting you!
Sarah, Rachel, Lyndsey and Katie
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