Growing locally adapted seed for our community.
Building a more resilient food system one seed at a time!
We have over 200 varieties seeds in our Seed library! All free to home gardeners. Learn how to grow out these seeds at one of our seed saving classes so you can return seed to our library to share with others!!
Seed Library is open every Wednesday from 4pm-5pm
Fourth Saturdays from 9am -noon
Thanks to the generosity of St. Stephens Church we have a large seed garden where we grow the majority of the seeds we share in our library.
Join us for a work party in the garden and learn from experienced gardeners and seed savers.
Wednesdays 4pm-5;30 pm
We offer classes every fourth Saturday 11am-12pm
Next Class- February 24
Growing Asian Greens
Diversify your early spring plantings with asian greens like Shingiku and boy choy.
Scott Chang-Fleeman with Second Generation Seeds will discuss the organization's mission to reclaim the narrative around Asian crops, culture and foodways.
March 23-Seed-Saving Basics