Seed Saving Skills

Wednesday, 28 September '22   4:30pm – 7:30pm EDT
Michigan Folk School Campus, 7734 Plymouth Road, Ann Arbor MI 48105
10 spaces available
Details

Seed saving is the very heart of sustainable organic gardening, preservation of heirlooms and plant variety, food security and economy in growing your own crops, independence from patented seed, and understanding and supporting the circle of botanical life. In this workshop, we will cover some basic plant biology and typical lifecycles, learn about seed production and methods of encouraging seed production in the home garden. We will learn which plants are suitable to which methods of seed production, when and how to optimally harvest seed, and processing and storage of seed. We will learn about how different types of pollination affect our seed. We will have plenty of hands on material and demonstrations and opportunities to practice techniques yourself. You will be ready to start saving your own seeds this fall to get ready for next year!

Level: Intermediate, Beginner

Age range: Over 16

Tickets

Cost
Single w/Supply Fee
10 available
$75.00
Location

Michigan Folk School Campus
7734 Plymouth Road
Ann Arbor MI 48105