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The time to start thinking about saving seeds in the fall is in the spring! In this workshop designed for the backyard gardener, you will learn about the fundamentals of preparing and planting in order to collect seeds to save for the following years. Seed saving is not only fun, but it is one of the keys to sustainable gardening practices. Among other things, in this class you will learn: -The difference between hybrid, heirloom, and open pollinated seeds -Plant population size for collecting seed -Isolation practices -Role of pollinator habitat in your garden -Participating in seed exchanges and other opportunities for continued learning About the instructor: Forest Gray is a backyard gardener who resides in Fargo. She is passionate about heirloom and indigenous plants. She has been trained through the Seed Savers Exchange (Iowa) 3-day Seed Saving School and is North Dakota's only listed member of the Seed Savers Exchange's international seed saving network.
After 9/11, SGT Vegan left a cushy job teaching English in Japan to join the Army. Despite being afraid of heights, he became a paratrooper with the 173rdAirborne Brigade, and served in Afghanistan as a Combat Medic. A vegan since 1992, SGT Vegan adhered to his plant-fueled diet throughout his rigorous training and deployment. Since being Honorably Discharged from the Armed Services, SGT Vegan has earned a Certificate in Vegan Culinary Arts from Atlantic Union College and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree from Drexel University. SGT Vegan now works as a Registered Nurse with our nation’s heroes at the West Los Angeles VA Medical Center. For more information, please visit www.sgtvegan.com Follow SGT Vegan on Instagram @sgt_vegan Vegan Strong is available on Amazon at https://goo.gl/Xx6LLt
Moorhead's new Indian and Nepali restaurant, Everest Tikka House, is eager to host us for a vegan buffet, including an appetizer, a couple of choices for a main dish, vegan naan, and a vegan dessert, and a beverage. The cost would be between $12-$15 dollars. It would be very similar to how we did Hebesha, where people prepay only, no exceptions. https://www.facebook.com/everesttikkahouse