All public CSE activities are cancelled.

In compliance with the Sonoma County Health Officer's Health Order to shelter in place,

CSE is cancelling classes and work parties and closing the seed library until further notice.

Please check this page for updates in CSE's schedule.

We have reached our capacity for donating seeds to the community for this season. We are so happy that we were able to send out over 4,000 seed packages of organically seeds grown at our seed garden on the St Stevens Church site.

We’d love to have some photos of your seedlings and gardens! Here's some photos from folks who picked up seeds from us this spring.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Many of you who responded to our offer of curbside seed pickup have asked

if we can accept donations online. We are happy to announce that you now can contribute to Community Seed Exchange via Network for Good by clicking this link.

These resources on home food growing may also be helpful to you
as you turn to your garden to build local food resilience:

From Sara McCamant, Ceres Garden Manager and CSE volunteer, some tips

for setting up your garden.

Permaculture Skill Center: Building Your Pandemic Victory Garden Training with Erik Ohlsen (and guests Benjamin Fahrer and Jenny Pell)

UC Master Gardeners of Sonoma County: Year Round Food Gardening in Sonoma County provides information on planting windows, whether to direct sow or use transplants, spacing, days to maturity and harvest notes. Food Gardening articles from the UC Master Gardeners of Sonoma County.

iGROW Sonoma resources: http://www.igrowsonoma.org/resources/ A great compilation of resources for Sonoma County gardeners, a simple chart of what to plant when.

WHERE:

St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church

500 Robinson Rd, Sebastopol, CA

Just off Bodega Ave.  

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