Mini Seed School 2022 - Online

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Farm and Food

Cost: Free

Where: Online

When: Tuesdays, Jan. 18 and Feb. 8, from 6 to 8 p.m.

About: Learn about the history of seed, its importance, how to plan for seed saving, and more in these workshops. Participants will also discover information about on-going community projects such as a seed cooperative and seed shares.

Seed saving is an important practice for climate change resiliency, maintaining biodiversity, and building a thriving local food system. These sessions will have both classroom and hands-on components, leaving you with an idea on how to plan for seed saving and properly save a few species next growing season.

Registration (required by the day of the event): Click here to register.

Questions: Contact Cait Caughey at caitc@cfra.org or 402.380.5192.

Hosted by: Center for Rural Affairs and Golden Hills Resource Conservation & Development

Feature photo: Native Prairie Seed  |  Photo submitted