All workshops are open to the public. Entrance to Seedy Saturday is by donation.
Remember, Seedy Saturday has moved this year to the North Campus at CMU.
10:30 – Basic Seed Saving with Rachelle and Jim Ternier from Prairie Garden Seeds. Learn how to save your own seeds and protect our cultural heritage while saving money.
11:30 – Advanced Seed Saving with Dan Brisebois. Do you already save seeds, but are looking for advice on how to manage isolation distances or maintain purity? Or maybe you want to try saving biennials? Check out this workshop!
12:30 – Seeds and Farmer’s Rights to Protect Seeds with Terry Mierau and Lydia Carpenter. Explore the challenges facing farmers who want to save their own seeds and find out what you can do to help.
1:30 – International Seed Saving with Susie Walsh from USC Canada, author of Trojan Horse Aid: Seeds of Resistance and Resilience in the Bolivian Highlands and Beyond.