Time corrected 1pm.
SORRY, No Garden tour this year, but we do have a seed saving workshop. Come learn about preserving your seeds from fall harvests and share some with our growing seed library that we use in our spring seed swap. Join us this Sunday as Silvia Davatz leads us through the process and gives a few clues as to why we might have that strange hybrid squash.
Sylvia has been gardening organically for over 25 years and saving seed for most of that time. Her interests focus on preserving rare varieties, selecting and adapting regionally appropriate crops to support a local, year-round food system, working on season-extending crops, trialing a range of varieties for their ability to thrive in the Northeast, and increasing the range of staple foods, such as grains, grown in the Upper Valley. A long-time member of the Seed Savers Exchange, she offers seed of 175 unique, open-pollinated varieties through their Yearbook. She believes in the importance of sharing seeds and cultivating seed saving skills within the community.