Central Indiana Seed Swap

Saturday, January 26th, 2019

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 01/26/2019
9:00 am - 2:00 pm

Location
Hamilton County Fairgrounds

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Bring seeds to exchange if you have them. Or just come and learn more about seed saving and join us in an afternoon of gardening camaraderie! This is a BUY-SELL-TRADE event.

Food will be available on-site. Local growers, guest speakers sharing stories and tips.

Hosted by: Hamilton County Master Gardeners

For more information visit: www.hcmga.org/seed-swap-2 or see their flyer

Questions: seedcommittee@hcmga.org 

9:15 – 9:45 – Curtis Jackson from Bloomington, owner of Heirloom Tomato Seeds & Pictures, will discuss his very popular Micro Dwarf Tomatoes and will also be donating one for the raffle.

10:15 – 11:00 –  Karen Golden, owner of Michigan Heirlooms.  She is a Master Gardener and Certified Horticulturist.  In 2015 she held her first annual TomatoFest.  Karen will discuss “Indoor Seed Starting” with a hands-on demonstration.

11:30 – 12:15 – Remy Orlowski, owner of The Sample Seed Shop in Buffalo, NY, will discuss “Heirloom Vegetables”.

12:45 – 1:45 – John Coykendall,   He is the Master Gardener of Blackberry Farm in Walland, TN.   Also a feature in the Louisiana Public Broadcasting documentary  Deeply Rooted: John Coykendall’s Journey To Save Our Seeds and Stories.  For nearly four decades, Coykendall’s passion has been preserving the farm heritage — the seeds and stories — of a small, farming community in Louisiana. A Tennessee native, the 74-year-old horticultural genius is a true Renaissance man and a celebrity in a growing movement that places a premium on farm-to-table cuisine and locally sourced, organic, heirloom food and flavor.


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