The Basics of Seed Saving

Thomas Case of Bone Mountain Farm will demystify some of the basics of seed saving in this introductory workshop. Learn how to choose which seeds are easiest to save, how to collect, clean, and store your seeds. Discover the difference between wet seeds, like tomatoes and cucumbers, and dry seeds, like beans and corn. As a seed grower for the Abenaki Land Link Project, Thomas will also show this year’s crops on his farm and share his experience saving these Indigenous varieties. This workshop is applicable for gardeners, homesteaders, and small scale farmers just getting started with seed saving.

Online registration has closed, but walk-ins are very welcome! Join us.

 

A hand holds skunk bean seeds.

 

Location
Bone Mountain Farm, 3533 Nashville Rd, Jericho, VT 05465
Cost
$25 NOFA Member, $35 Non-Member, Free BIPOC
Start Date
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Contact Name
Zea Luce
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