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Salish Seed Swap

February 18, 2023 @ 12:00 pm 3:00 pm

At the – Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship Downstairs

12 noon to 3pm – Masks Requested

$10 suggested donation, at the door. No one turned away for lack of funds
Early entrance (11:30 am) for members of the Salish Seed Guild and people bringing seeds to share

Please Bring your own Envelops to package bulk seeds being offered.

Become a Salish Seed Member, Click here

Free Presentations and Workshops

  • 12pm – Global Earth Repair. An overview of the worldwide eco-restoration movement and what we can do in Whatcom County.   Presented by Michael Pilarski. Friends of the Trees Society
  • 1pm – Learn About the Salish Seed Guild & Preserving local seed heritage!
  • 2pm – Garden Strategies for the PNW

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Join us as a Vendor, here are the details:

If you are interested in vending your garden related products to hundreds of people at the Annual Seed Swap, we have a few spaces available first come first served. This will augment our free and barter related seed swap event.

The cost to have a booth space to sell at the seed swap is $30 paid in advance. To secure one of 6 vending tables make your payment using the donate button. You can also send a check using the information on the Donation Page. Let us a know that it is for vending at the 2023 Seed Swap event. If you would like to talk more about it you can call Brian at 360-319-2029

A Past Seed Swap Gathering

The Salish Seed Guild is a project of Sustainable Bellingham


Brian Kerkvliet

+1 (360) 319-2029

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Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship

1207 Ellsworth Street
Bellingham, WA 98225 United States
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2 thoughts on “Salish Seed Swap

  1. Bummer that masks are requested. Otherwise this sounds like a neat event that I would attend. I only go to face-friendly events where everyone has the freedom to don a mask or not.

    1. As you can see this is a friendly request not a requirement. We do it because we want to be inclusive of people that may be immune compromised. We are all face friendly folks.

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