Seed School Lite

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If you like growing heirloom veggies, you’ll love Seed School. Learn how you can join the numbers of people who are carefully preserving our heirloom vegetable varieties, their wonderful stories, and their precious genetic diversity.  Taught by Bill McDorman and staff from Native Seed SEARCH in Tucson, this 1-day workshop will include lecture, dialog, and hands-on aspects of saving seed from most common vegetable species.

The curriculum for this 1-day “Seed School Lite” session is a condensed version of the full 5-day series (which is currently sold out). Reserve your space via the Native Seeds website TODAY, before this one sells out too!
Seed School Lite
Sat Feb 8, 9am-5pm
Class will take place rain or shine.
Tuition $100 includes supplies and light lunch. Bring your own notebook and pen.
Register at http://www.nativeseeds.org/events/seed-school/253-seed-school-la-2
Some scholarships are being offered by the Seed Library of Los Angeles.  For scholarships, contact info@slola.org

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About envirochangemakers

We are a community group in the Westchester neighborhood of Los Angeles (LA 90045 near LAX airport). Founded in 2005, we offer classes, events, and community gatherings focused on building a resilient future. We are part of the international Transition Network.
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