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Seed Saving Workshop for Beginners

Closeup of a tomato plant.The Main Public Library will host a seed saving workshop for beginners on Monday, July 25th @ 6:30 PM.

Stuart McCall from McGrow Farms in Garson (360 Goodwill Drive) will lead the session. Stuart will also host a workshop at his farm on Monday, August 29th @ 5:30 PM.

Register online.

About the Greater Sudbury Seed Library

The Greater Sudbury Seed Library is a free program whose goal is to strengthen our community of gardeners and local eaters by sharing biodiverse, locally-adapted seeds.

We aim to protect food biodiversity by:

  • encouraging gardeners to save and share local seeds
  • connecting local gardeners and seed savers
  • sharing local gardening resources

By joining the Greater Sudbury Seed Library you are joining a community of people dedicated to growing a healthy, sustainable city.

Membership forms are available at the Main Public Library to pick up seeds.

Seed packets will be available at all 13 local libraries to donate seeds.

Contact us now if you are interested and to find out what seeds to save from your garden this year.

To learn more about the Greater Sudbury Seed Library, please visit our FAQs page.

All levels of gardeners welcome!

For more information, please contact:
Jessica Watts
Coordinator of Programs, Partnerships and Outreach
705-673-1155 extension 4754