Seed Cleaning Jamboree
Sunday, January 14
in the Gardens Meeting Room
The workshop runs from 12:00PM to 6:00PM, registered participants are welcome to drop by anytime
Victory Garden for Peace is hosting a workshop covering the basics of seed saving. Join us at Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens and bring your seeds! Basic seed cleaning equipment will be available. BONUS: There will be a plethora of seeds to share and take home!
There is no charge for this workshop. Class size is limited to 25 participants.
CLICK HERE to register for the Seed Cleaning Jamboree.
Instructor Matt Drewno is the Mini-Farm and Seed Bank Manager of Victory Gardens for Peace. Matt is certified in permaculture, restoration of oak-savanna ecologies and biointensive food production. After a Bachelors of Architecture from Iowa State University, he founded RhythmicWater Ecological Design, a permaculture design business in the mid-western states. He has been working with Ecology Action since 2010 training individuals and communities in the principles of biologically intensive food production. His experience includes organic farm-scale food production, design and implementation of food forests, residential-scale food production and community gardens. In 2014, he started the RhythmicWater SeedBank in Mendocino (later re-named Victory Gardens for Peace Mini-Farm and Victory Gardens for Peace Seed Bank Exchange). He serves on the board of Ecology Action and manages the Green Belt Mini-Farm, a research, education and demonstration mini-farm in Mendocino, California.
Date: Sunday, January 14, 2018
Schedule Details: The workshop runs from 12:00PM to 6:00PM, registered participants are welcome to drop by anytime
Location: Gardens Meeting Room
Instructor: Matt Drewno
Contact: Matt Drewno
Contact Email: email@example.com
Sponsored By Victory Gardens for Peace
The Victory Gardens for Peace Mini-Farm is a non-profit seed bank located at the Stanford Inn in Mendocino. The fruit born from the partnership of Ecology Action and the Stanford Inn continues to inspire and enrich the lives in our community and abroad. The garden has been a place of learning for people from around the world and the site of some very important research and development in the growing of soil, food, and community. The garden also hosts several training programs, internships, and apprenticeships. Victory Gardens for Peace Seed Bank Exchange connects gardeners and farmers through the saving of seeds and offers over 200 varieties of rare, locally adapted heirloom seed grown out by our community, available to anyone free of charge.
Sponsor Website: http://www.growbiointensive.org/