Visit http://www.crfg.org/chapters/golden_gate/scionex.htm, http://cornucopiafoodforest.wordpress.com, http://richmondgrows.org and http://jasonferrera.com
WHEN: Saturday, January 21, 2012
12 noon to 3:00 PM
WHERE: Laney College Student Center Bldg
900 Fallon Street
(1 block from Lake Merritt BART station)
Visit http://www.crfg.org/chapters/golden_gate/scionex.htm to learn more about the Scion Exchange. This video show how to collect scion wood for exchange.
This video show how to collect scion wood for exchange.
Visit http://www.crfg.org/chapters/golden_gate/scionex.htm to learn more about the Scion Exchange.
Learn how to “borrow” seeds for free from BASIL in the Berkeley Ecology Center.
The Richmond, CA Public Seed Library
Presentation of Mondragon Cooperative by Mayor Gayle McLaughlin and Marilyn Langlois of Office of Mayor of Richmond City in the Bay Area. http://permaculture.tv/?s=richmond
The Mayor of Richmond Gayle McLaughlin co-presents to community members a tour of Mondragon Cooperative in September and explains the possibilities of a new business model for Richmond
Tuesday evening public session
Thursday afternoon public session
Watch the on-line orientation, then come to the library to “borrow” seeds any time the public library is open.
Visit our Seed Saving page for tips on how to save seeds so you can return seeds at the end of the season. You can “borrow” seeds from any drawer, but when you first get started, save seeds from the “Super easy” and “easy” drawers. Don’t save seeds from the “difficult” drawer for the library until you have learned a more about seed saving. Thanks for being a member of our library.