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Volunteer Days in August

intern emily trellisWe had a great time with our volunteers who came early in the growing season to help with seedlings. Thanks to everyone who came and helped out!

Volunteering is a great was to help the Seed Library continue to grow while getting to see the behind the scenes of our unique seed farm and learning some new skills.

We have two more volunteer days coming up to help us get ready for our annual Day to Be Seedy Farm Tour on August 24th.

We truly appreciate our volunteers and always bestow them with love and gifts. For each shift you work you get love, appreciation, AND a free Seedy T-shirt of your choice PLUS 4 tickets to the farm day.

There are 2 volunteer days and each shift is limited to 5 volunteers.

We'll be doing some seed harvesting, weeding, bed prep, some seed processing and setting up for the farm day. Come prepared for outdoor work!

Friday August 16th

9-12 or 1-4

Thursday August 22nd

9-12 or 1-4

 

All volunteers are welcome to bring a lunch and hang out with the seed squad during lunch time.

To sign up for a volunteer time, send an email to Stu, our head farmer. Stu will get back to you with details.

If, for any reason, you won't be able to make a shift you signed up for, please let Stu know.

Thanks again for growing with the Seed Library!

5 thoughts on “Volunteer Days in August”

  • Jeffrey Adkisson
    Jeffrey Adkisson 08/12/2013 at 8:14 am

    I bought seedlings from your group this Spring and am ecstatic with the results. I will be volunteering for a spot and hope to get my hands dirty. Thanks!

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    • ken

      Thanks! Please make sure to click on the link in the post to email Stu so he knows you are coming. See you then!

      Reply
  • Jan Shuster
    Jan Shuster 08/12/2013 at 9:36 am

    Volunteer Aug 22 prefer morning but afternoon OK

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  • Rulth Blair

    I am a Master Gardener and herbalist and have all kinds of seeds. Right now I have Witch Hazel, Angelica, and what I think is Anise. Lots of mugwort, motherwort, nettle, etc. Will have much more. Do not know how to process some of them.

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    • ken

      Cool! We love meeting seed savers and you are saving some interesting seeds! If you are local and can come to our Annual Day to Be Seedy we'll be demonstrating seed processing. Hope to see you there.

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