The South Sound Seed Stewards (S4) start their 2014 classes and programs on Jan. 13.
S4s mission is to encourage community independence and self-reliance through producing and sharing locally adapted heirloom and open-pollinated seeds.
The organization of volunteers offers programs and classes that teach the art and science of seed saving.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
President-elect Patricia Everheart tells the Yelm Community Blog,
“South Sound Seed Stewards begins the New Year with new programs and classes for the seasoned gardener and the new gardener. Learn to produce your own seeds from your garden.”
“Program and class begins Monday, January 13th at 7:00 p.m.
Meetings are held once a month at the Yelm Adult Community Center (Senior Center), 16530 SE 103 Avenue, Yelm. Map it.
See our website – www.southsoundseedstewards.org – for more information.”
TELL SOUTH SOUND SEED STEWARDS YOU READ ABOUT THEM ON THE YELM COMMUNITY BLOG!
Update: January 12, 2014
South Sound Seed Stewards was also featured in the Nisqually Valley News (NVN) and the RSE-Newsletter.