Join us for a hands-on workshop and conversation about seed keeping throughout history as we engage the tools of ancestry, story weaving, plant science, and spiritual connection to define seed keeping for our lives and times. We will offer techniques for seed keeping, preparation, and storage while digging into our personal and collective narrative around the crops that feed us.
Led by Owen Taylor (Truelove Seeds) and Chris Bolden-Newsome
This workshop is offered by the Southwest/West Agriculture Network (SWWAG). Priority for workshop enrollment is given to neighbors living in Mill Creek, Haddington, & Southwest Philadelphia. Registration is limited to 10-15. Light refreshments will be served. Children and youth are welcome, but childcare is not provided.
For more info, contact 215-729-5281 or email@example.com.
As of July 30, 2021, Bartram’s Garden again requires that all people wear masks in all of our indoor spaces. To help limit the spread of COVID, please follow the current City of Philadelphia guidelines for visiting an outdoor public space.