5:30 p.m.: Doors open; socializing
6:00 p.m.: Time to eat—and continue socializing
6:45 p.m.: Program: SEED SWAP and OPEN FORUM on the joys of organic gardening year round in the Sacramento area. Whether you are a seasoned gardener or someone with no inclination to dig in the dirt, there will be something for you at this informative get-together.
February is the time veggie gardeners should plant late-winter crops like sugar snap peas and snow peas, and plan to start spring/summer veggies from seeds.
Green thumbs Maggie O'Mara, Tom Harrington, and Phil Smith will share planting, cultivation, and composting wisdom.
Bring seeds to swap if you have them, and envelopes or containers if you want to take seeds home. At the very least, we'll have tomato, red bell pepper, and butternut squash seeds to share, courtesy of Maggie and Tom.
Gardeners and people w/questions about gardening are invited to join the conversation around growing your own as part of a plant-based lifestyle.
Photos from the Grange front-yard winter vegetable garden. Be sure to take a look!
• a vegan (no animal products, including no eggs or dairy products) dish to feed at least six;
• your plate, bowl, cup, eating and serving utensils;
• a list of ingredients/recipe.
Baffled by "vegan"? Don't know what to fix? We can help. Drop us a line right here or at [masked].
Parking. Free, off-street, and lots of it. Just a block from the T Street bike path.
Everyone is welcome. Bring your friends, family, neighbors, co-workers, etc.!
See you at the Grange Hall!