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Tue, Aug 18


Zoom webinar

Seedsaving sponsored by Rogue Farm Corps

Learn how to save seeds from your garden or farm!

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Seedsaving sponsored by Rogue Farm Corps
Seedsaving sponsored by Rogue Farm Corps

Time & Location

Aug 18, 2020, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Zoom webinar

About the event

As more and more people turn to growing their own food, seed companies have been having trouble keeping up with demand and many seed racks have been depleted in stores. Do you want to learn how to save your own seeds and be part of local food and seed security?

Join Rogue Farm Corps as we welcome Portland OR based permaculture teacher Marisha Auerbach (Permaculture Rising) for an online seed saving workshop. Marisha will help you understand the basics of seed saving, pollination, and selection. She will also talk about how to clean your seeds, and how to store your seeds for use in later years. From flower seeds to vegetables seeds, our goal is to empower you with the knowledge of how to collect and store your delicious and beautiful plants from this year to grow out in future generations. Marisha Auerbach has decades of experience in saving seeds to catalyze your home collection and the beginning of a local seed library.

This workshop will happen virtually via the Zoom platform. Questions will be taken via the chat box feature at dedicated intervals throughout the presentation, as well as a longer Q&A session at the end. A PDF copy of Marisha's slide presentation will be sent to participants to keep as a reference. A video recording of the workshop will also be made available to participants after the workshop.

Scholarships available: please email to request a scholarship.

Rogue Farm Corps

Rogue Farm Corps is an Oregon non-profit dedicated to training and equipping the next generation of farmers and ranchers through hands-on educational programs and the preservation of farmland. RFC facilitates beginning farmer training programs with partner farms and ranches, and helps beginning farmers access land by supporting an intentional transition of Oregon's farmland from one generation to the next.

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