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Saturday, January 26, 2013
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Food Not Lawns, Cleveland Third Annual Seed Swap
In conjunction with Food Not Lawns International:
If you are interested in permaculture, gardening, local food, sustainability, community and the whys and hows of seed saving, this is the place for you! Bring seeds (purchased or saved) if you have them, or consider what you might swap for seeds instead (in goods or service), but come anyway. We have a good collection and lots of information to share.
NEW this year, we will have a Freecycle table available to bring or take useful items. Joining us will be: Elle Adams of City Rising Farm, Judi Strauss of The Charmed Kitchen, Possibilitarian Puppet Theater, reps. from local garden centers and more tba
Refreshments (feel free to bring something to share)
There will be a box for non-perishable food donation for Hts. Emergency Foodbank.
This event is free, child-friendly and handicapped accessible If you plan on bringing saved seeds, please label them (we will have envelopes and labels available) with as much pertinent info as possible, e.g. Rattlesnake Beans, pole variety Heirloom, saved from Johnny's Seeds, since 2009 Prefers full sun/amended soil Abundant producer, disease resistant. Can be eaten green or dried Long "snaky" pods, brown mottled beans Freecycle info: Please bring gently used items to donate/swap. If you have items left at the end of the day, take them home or leave them for donation pick-up Monday morning.
Volunteers needed to help set up and clean up. Please contact Mari Keating @ firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and visit email@example.com Feel free to circulate this info. responsibly
Grace Lutheran Church 13001 Cedar Rd..
Cleveland Hts., OH 44118
More information: bit.ly/foodnotlawns
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