Seed Saving Workshop (Monday, August 29)

Growing your own food from seed is rewarding. Learning how to save seeds, remarkable and generous organisms, for planting another season takes gardening to a new realm. Learn which fruits and veggies are best for seed saving and how to reserve a portion of your crop to let it grow to the seed-setting stage. In this virtual presentation, Sue Sie, creator of Dirty Gaia, will demonstrate how to harvest the seeds, and take you through the basics of wet (tomatoes, cucumbers, melons) and dry (beans, peas, kale, lettuce) threshing. These essential building blocks will support you through all your gardening days.

Date/Time: Monday, August 29, 6:30 – 7:30pm

Location: Virtual via Zoom

Registration: Register by emailing director@roejanlibrary.org to receive the Zoom login information.

This program is presented by Dirty Gaia and sponsored by the Columbia County Libraries Association.