the Santa Fe Seed Exchange on Wednesday, March 12, 2014
If you are looking for seeds and ideas for your vegetable garden, come to the Santa Fe Seed Exchange on Wednesday, March 12, 2014 from 4pm-7pm in Frenchy’s Barn on Agua Fria and Osage Ave. The City Parks Division and Home Grown New Mexico are hosting this event for all community gardens, school gardens and home gardeners. There are plenty of seeds available so come even if you do not have any to share. Bring flower, herb, vegetable and other seeds if you have some.
The Santa Fe Master Gardeners will be at the seed exchange with an “Ask a Master Gardener” table for gardening and planting questions.
The SeedBroadcast organization will have their seedbroadcasting station to answer questions about saving seeds and seed story recording equipment. Tell your story about the seed, where you got it, how you planted it and more. See their website for stories across America.
If you have questions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 660-4986
Community Homesteading Potluck Gatherings
The Fourth Tuesday of Every Month and the Santa Fe Complex
Grow, Raise, Cook, Preserve
Teach, Learn, Mentor, Share
The Santa Fe Complex and Home Grown New Mexico continue the Community Homesteading Potluck Gatherings at the Santa Fe Complex. They take place on the fourth Tuesday of each month.
Next event is Tuesday,
April 26th at 7pm
- We will have a Seed Exchange Table so bring any seeds to share with others, envelopes or small baggies and a marking pen.
- The Santa Fe Time Bank will discuss using their system as a way to share skills.
- The Food Depot will talk about their program to grow an extra row of vegetables for donation. We will accept donations of produce for the Food Depot at our potlucks.
- Beneficial Farms CSA will discuss their short-term shares, so that gardeners can enjoy local fruits and vegetables in May and June before their plants begin producing. The CSA is year round! Gardeners can join again in October for a winter share.
The goal of our potlucks is to bring individuals together and organically create an environment of education between the different levels of experience. Come if you are a novice, an expert, or anything in between in the topics of gardening, beekeeping, backyard chicken coops and urban farming.
Bring a dish to share with the group. We want this to be a zero waste event so please bring a plate, silverware and a cup. You could even bring your dish or drink in a reusable container.
Bring food donations for the Food Depot. They will accept locally grown produce, canned goods or dry packaged food. We will be delivering these donations to the Food Depot at all future potluck events.
Home Grown New Mexico hopes to continue to communicate these events and add more speakers and activities to our calendar. To facilitate this there is a suggested donation of $5 or more. The Santa Fe Complex is located at 632 Agua Fria Street with parking off Romero Street before the Ark Bookstore and visit http://sfcomplex.org/ for more detailed directions. For more information on the potlucks, email email@example.com or call 473-1403.
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