Seed Saving Workshop

Food Masters presents a Seed Saving Workshop with Wild’s Edge, Doe Bay Garden staff and Cathleen McCluskey of the Organic Seed Alliance at the Doe Bay Garden, Sunday, Oct. 7, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

The workshop will include:

·        Seed saving fundamentals and terminology

·        Techniques for saving annuals, biennials and perennials

·        Hands-on processing of wet and dry Seed

·        Challenges and problem solving for the maritime northwest seed grower

·        Discussion on making San Juan County a “GMO-Free Zone”

·        Seed Swap – if you have seed to share please bring it!

·        Walk away with the confidence to start saving your own seeds

There will be a potluck lunch so bring a dish to share. The cost is $25 and you can pre-Register at

To find the garden, go past the main Doe Bay sign on Point Lawrence Road, turn right on Homestead Road and the destintation is located on your right.

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