Saturday, December 15th
Brookline High School
115 Greenough Street Brookline, MA 02445
In this introductory seed-saving workshop you will learn how to begin reaping the benefits of growing, selecting and saving your own seeds season after season.
It all starts with ordering the right seeds, so join us now – before you place your 2013 seed order – to learn how you can save money, promote biodiversity, increase crop resiliency and improve the quality of your bounty for years to come through the simple act of seed-saving. This workshop will introduce you to the process of choosing, growing, saving and storing seeds and provide you with resources that will help guide you through the process.
Instructor Sadie Richards recently finished a service year with FoodCorps, a national service organization engaging students in growing school gardens, facilitating hands-on food education, and increasing student access to local fresh fruits and vegetables. She holds an MPH in environmental health and is currently working as the Massachusetts FoodCorps Fellow, supporting the state's 2nd year of FoodCorps service members.
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$15 Brookline High School Students and Faculty
$25 NOFA Members
$30 General Public
If you have any questions or comments, please contact Drew Love by email at [masked].