I received an email from Ecolocity DC yesterday, announcing that they will be holding a seed saving workshop next week. Ecolocity helps to educate residents and groups in the Metro DC area on how to build environmentally, economically, and socially sustainable communities. They offer networking opportunities and connect people to local resources.
Here is a description of the workshop:
Have you been growing your garden, but wondering if you’ll have to buy all new seeds next year? Worry no longer! This workshop will help you learn how to save your seeds year after year, an ancient practice that’s still just as useful today. If you already have experience with seed saving, come along as well. We’d love for you to share your expertise. This workshop will start with a short film about seed saving, include a bit of an intro about its history, and then go into a practical, hands-on workshop. If all goes well, you should be bringing some seeds home to plant in the future.
Date: July 20, 2010
Location: Emergence Community Arts Collective, 2nd floor, 733 Euclid Street NW, Washington, DC 20001