A Network of Seed Savers




Join us in creating a seed library of locally grown organic seed and a network of seed savers in Sonoma County.


Last Saturday of every month 
(except November and December)

9:00 am - 12:30 pm



We are a grassroots community seed bank that supports Sonoma County gardeners with free, open-pollinated, locally grown, pesticide- and GMO-free seeds. All gardeners with or without seeds to share are welcome to come check out our over 200 varieties of seed!


9:00 am - 10:30 am


Join us in the Seed Garden!
Working together is a great way to learn more about seed saving and gardening. 


11:00 am - 12:00 pm



Saturday, October 26th

Growing Great Garlic in Sonoma County

It’s time to plant garlic. Have you ever wanted to have braids of home-grown garlic hanging in your kitchen? If so, this class is for you! Learn what it takes to grow healthy garlic: varieties and types, soil preferences, nutrients, pest and disease issues, harvesting and storing. Taught by Sara McCamant, who has been growing garlic for years and is passionate about sharing garlic with other gardeners, this in-depth class will set you up right for a satisfying garlic crop. And after the class, stay for the Garlic Swap!

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Garlic Swap

If you are a garlic grower, bring in some labeled garlic to share with others! (Swap is open to everyone whether you bring in garlic or not.)

This is a great opportunity to talk to folks who have been growing garlic for years.  Learn which garlic types do well in our region and take home some new varieties to try in your home garden!

Read about us in

Made Local Magazine!

Read about our February class, Introduction to Seed Saving, in Sonoma West Times & News!


St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church

500 Robinson Rd, Sebastopol, CA

Just off Bodega Ave.  

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