When the Parmenters arrived on the mountain they were told all of the things they would not be able to grow at altitude. Sourcing seed grown in extreme or similar climates along with saving their own seed was the answer to growing more diversity than they could imagine. In this class, learn to adapt seeds to extreme climates (or wherever you are on the planet), and more.
3pm PST / 4pm AZ: The Art of Seed Preservation: The Where, Why and How of Storing Your Seeds – with Bill McDorman
Learn a vitally important, but little discussed, body of knowledge that is absolutely essential for any seed saver: how to store your seeds. This is an in-depth exploration of the “do’s and don’ts” of seed storage. You’ll learn how to use this simple mantra for storing seeds: “cool, dark and dry.” After this class, you’ll be well on your way to knowing the best way to keep your seeds safe and viable for future planting.
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:
Penn has been growing food at 8,120’ in the Wet Mountains of Colorado since 1992 and seed since 2010. Along with her husband Cord, she is co-founder of Smart Greenhouses LLC, a no-fuel design and build greenhouse company. Penn owns and operates Miss Penn’s Mountain Seeds, providing wild and adapting seed to those growing at elevation and/or other extreme climates. Penn specializes in tomatoes and wild native seed, along with other veg, garden flowers and herbs. Penn grows or collects all of the seed she offers.
Find her at:
Miss Penn’s Mountain Seeds
Smart Greenhouses LLC