Circle City Seed and Plant Swap
WHEN – Saturday, Feb 16th 9:00am – 2:00pm
WHERE – 222 East Market Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204
DETAILS – Seed saving is working to protect and preserve the biodiversity of seeds giving power to local food systems, education and community resource building, pollinators and cultural history as well as agricultural heritage. All are welcome to attend this free event.
Event supported by:
Females Farming Forward of Indiana Farmers Union https://www.facebook.com/femalesfarmingforward/
Indiana Farmers Union https://www.facebook.com/infarmersunion/
Indiana Farmers Union – Hemp Chapter https://www.facebook.com/IFUHemp/
Food Not Lawns https://www.facebook.com/groups/fnlindy/
Guest Speakers and Educators:
Seed Saver and Author of From Our Seeds & Their Keepers A collection of Stories by Ben Cohen https://www.facebook.com/BevinCohen @ https://www.facebook.com/SmallHouseFarm/
Lisa J Borm. Author @ https://www.facebook.com/IWalkThisWay
Walkabouts (Foraging workshop walks)
In these sessions, I take you out for a walk and show you first hand what plants you can gather for food, medicine, and other purposes. I will show you how to safely identify safe plants and to easily distinguish them from potentially dangerous look-a-likes. No prior experience or education is required to attend. Just dress for the weather and remember proper footwear.
No walkabouts are scheduled at this time.
The Fee is $10 per person and this will include reference materials. You can pay by paypal @ paypal.me/theweedeater or you can feel free to bring cash or personal check.
email me at email@example.com to sign up. Put “Walkabout” in the subject line and please include the date and time you wish to attend in your email message. Thanks!
Also, please be sure to:
Prepare and dress for the weather. This is a rain or shine event so make sure to bundle up if it’s going to be cold, bring a poncho or umbrella if rain is expected, etc.
Wear proper footwear! I can’t stress this enough. We may be walking some fair distances through grass, sand, mud and more. Boots are best if you have some. Sneakers are fine for most situations.
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