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Community Seed Swap 2013

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Community Seed Swap 2013

Time: January 27, 2013 from 1pm to 4pm
Location: Majestic- 1027 North Forest Street, Bellingham
Event Type: community, seed-swap
Organized By: Whatcom neighbors & Sponsors
Latest Activity: Jan 24, 2013

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Event Description

Getting Seeds Into the Hands of the People”

January 27th, 2013 Sunday 1:00-4:00

1027 North Forest Street- Majestic

Open to the Public -No Fee -Donations accepted! GMO Free Event!

SCHEDULE:

1:00  Doors Open

1:15  Opening Circle & Swap Etiquette

1:30  Swapping Seeds & Sharing Stories

2:00  “Basic Seed Saving” talk by Celt Schira

4:30  Swap Ends & Clean Up

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

*. People with Heirloom Seeds, Packaged Seeds, Edible Tubers& Seed Potatoes To Share

*. People without seeds who want seeds to grow & save welcomed!

*Label Your Seeds & Bring Extra Envelopes to Share*

(Please NO Squash Seeds & No Genetically Modified Seeds !)

SPONSORS:

Sustainable Bellingham – Center for Local Self-Reliance - Earthcare Garden Designs – Majestic – Forest Gardens – Community Food Coop

and More Sponsors being sought-

Light refreshments will be provided & Finger Foods Welcomed.

Join our Volunteer Team to set up, take down, assist with promotion & planning!

Volunteers needed: email volunteer@sustainablebellingham.org.

For info, to donate, or to sponsor, please email seeds@sustainablebellingham.org -or see

http://www.sustainablebellingham.org/about-us/

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Comment by Heather K on January 21, 2013 at 6:53pm

Seed-Swap Volunteers & Tabling Set-Up is at 12:30,

and Take-Down/Clean-Up is 4pm. 

We all volunteer to make this event a success. 

Doors open to public at 1pm, with finger-foods,

and intro-seed-etiquette circle.

Swapping Seeds & Sharing Stories goes until 4pm.

“Basic Seed-Saving” class with Celt will be from 2-3pm downstairs hall.

(Disregard the Bham Heralds time errors).

Remember to label your seed varieties, especially your premium seeds, and whether they are open-pollinated/heirloom type, and if they are grown with organic methods.

Bring envelopes to take home seeds.

Uprising Seeds will be attending the seed swap and sharing their wisdom & abundance.

Comment by Heather K on January 21, 2013 at 6:52pm

Our sponsor list has grown to 15, and now also includes: Bellingham Food Bank Glean, Bellingham Flatbread & Bakery, and Common Threads Farm, along with those listed earlier.

 

We welcome cash donations from all who can, as this is what will fund next years swap!  Checks can be written to 'Sustainable Bellingham".

Comment by Heather K on December 30, 2012 at 6:52pm

More sponsors are supporting the Seed Swap!

We have many finger-food sponsors donating this year (thanks to Suki's initiative!):

Community Food Coop, Terra Organica, Living Earth Herbs (tea), Flats bakery with gluten free dipping bread), and possibly the Great Harvest.

 

Additional potential sponsors:  WSU, Outback Farm, Irish Eyes Seeds

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