It is clear that biodiversity is not going to be saved in the marketplace. In fact, biodiversity is going to be saved in home and community gardens and by amateur plant breeders like you! Learn about seed libraries, community based strategies to adapt to climate change and strengthen food sovereignty.
3pm PST / 4pm AZ: Seed Saving HACKED: Why Seeds Matter, Why Saving Them is Easy, and How to Save Your Own – with Bill McDorman
Discover how to save your own seeds from tomatoes, peppers, peas, beans and lettuce. You’ll learn how to select for amazing taste, insect and disease resistance, or drought tolerance (even though we are conditioned to think we can’t).
4pm PST / 5pm AZ: Live Q&As
Get your seed questions answered LIVE by Bill and Greg.
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Today’s Special Guest:
Hillie is a longtime gardener and garden educator in the San Francusco South Bay Area AKA Silicon Valley. She is a University of California Cooperative Extension Master Gardener since 2009, a seed saving educator/advocate since 2013, a graduate of Bill McDorman & Belle Starr’s Seed School in 2014, and a Slow Food South Bay board member since 2015. Hillie is also the creator of One Seed One Community