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How to Save Heirloom Seeds and Seed Exchange - dev2018

Seed Saving and Exchange

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Seed Saving and Exchange

Award-Winning Organic Gardener Vicki Nowicki will be presenting at The GardenWorks Project Resource Center in West Chicago on Wednesday, February 7th at 7:15pm. She has been working with homeowners in the Chicago area for almost 40 years from her home and garden. She is a teacher, a writer, a community leader and she owns a business “with an ecological conscience” that focuses on planting and harvesting vegetables for the clients at home. She currently also runs an heirloom seed saving resource library in Downers Grove.

Also, we will be holding a friendly seed exchange with fellow gardeners that have been saved from individual gardens.  We will be holding this at 7pm, shortly before the presentation by Ms. Nowicki. The event will be a casual setting and no rules about how seeds should be packaged. We will also have the opportunity to sign up for the Food Growers Network at this time.



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$5 suggested donation to support our mission. You can also join our Food Growers Network for $20 and enjoy free events all year. 

 

WHEN
February 07, 2018 at 7pm - 8:30pm
WHERE
The GardenWorks Project Suburban Agriculture Resource Center
103 W Washington St
West Chicago, IL 60185
United States
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CONTACT
Robin Augustine ·

Will you come?