Mostly these days our seeds are seen in situ: on our farm and in gardens all over New York. Our ex situ events have slowed down and we're focusing on growing next year's crop of seeds. This month there are only two seedy happenings off the farm. One you can watch from the couch in your living room after tiring yourself out in the garden, and the other will happen in a sleek climate controlled space in New Paltz with snacks and drinks.
DailyCandy included our Art Packs in their "19 Reasons You Need a New Pastime" slideshow post and are continuing to spread the word about us this weekend on TV. The TV spot will be on (I'll let you know as soon as I know but sometime this weekend 4/5/6). Thanks DailyCandy!
We hope you'll come to see us on June 26th at the Samuel Dorsky Museum for the debut of Seeds On Wheels. S.O.W. is an ongoing collaborative project between the Seed Library and a group of artists including Ryan Cronin, Michael Asbill, and Emily Bennison. S.O.W. will be a mobile seed saving trailer and Pack Art gallery. Our project was accepted as part of this year's Hudson Valley Artists show at the museum.