Seed saving is a growing movement which encourages the growing of heirloom (non-genetically modified/hybridized) varieties of plants in order to increase the genetic diversity for gardeners and farmers. Come learn the basic information and techniques you need to start saving your own seeds in this introductory course. No background knowledge is needed. You are encouraged (but not required!) to bring seeds to share with other participants with an informal seed swap and share at the end of the program.
Find us at the BookBox in partnership with the Cleveland Public Library. Pre-registration is encouraged by clicking the ticket URL.