Saturday, April 9
9 am – 3 pm
NHERC Conference Room
45-539 Plumeria St.
Seed Exchange & Potluck starting at 12:30 PM
Please respect our NO SOIL policy.
Knowing your goals and how to achieve them when saving seed helps maintain and improve genetic diversity of locally-adapted varieties necessary to build a sustainable food system for Hawai‘i’s farmers and gardeners.
Join locally and nationally renowned seed experts for an informative day of presentations to learn what is necessary to achieve these goals, followed by a potluck, seed exchange, demonstrations and tasting trial varieties.
Founder, Abundant Life Seed Foundation and Inside Passage Seeds and Native Plants
CTAHR Extension Agent
Former CTAHR County of Hawai‘i Extension Administrator
Farmer/Owner at Beach Road Farm and Director of Hawai‘i Public Seed Initiative
Register at http://resilientseed.eventbrite.com
For more information call The Kohala Center at 887-6411.
This event is sponsored by The Kohala Center’s Beginning Farmer Training Program and Hawai‘i Public Seed Initiative, and the Honoka‘a Seed Exchange, with support from the County of Hawai‘i Department of Research and Development.
The Kohala Center is an equal opportunity provider, employer, and lender.