Salish Seed Swap is back!
February 18 @ 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.
New! To Become a Salish Seed Member now, 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
Help us promote it, Download the poster and..
Here is the link to the FB Event share away on social media!
Join us as a Vendor!
If you are interested in vending your garden related products to hundreds of people at the Annual Seed Swap. This will augment our free and barter related seed swap event. To secure one of 6 vending tables click here.
“Intro to seed saving” Presentations at local Libraries.
Planning, selecting, tending, harvesting and saving vegetable seeds.
Join one of our long-time seed-savers and amateur seed breeders, Celt Schira for workshops on the essentials of backyard seed-saving. Celt will present background information on seed saving and plant breeding, discuss dry seed and wet seed processing, and share some musings on the deeper reasons for growing heirloom vegetables and saving seed.
When and where
- Wed 3/1 2:00-3:30 North Fork
- Sat 4/1 Sat 1:00-2:30 Lynden
- Wed 4/5 6:00-7:30 – Everson
- Sat 4/8 1:30pm – 3:00pm South Whatcom Library.
- Sat 4/22 10:30-12:00 Deming
- Wed 5/3 6:00-7:30 – Blaine
Adopt a Seed Program
This year we are launching an Adopt a Seed program. This Program will bring the community together, allowing you to help the Salish Seed Guild grow out a wider variety of organic seeds for the community. You will be able to choose from a variety of crops we are looking to grow out for seed production. Most of these varieties will be the easier crops to save seed from. Not needing any special skills like hand pollinating or isolation. Learn More!