Utah Seed Exchange 1st Annual Planting Festival will be on May 4th, 2013 at Allred Orchards, 2109 North University Avenue, Provo. There is no charge for this event thanks to the generosity of Allred Orchards, vendors, and class instructors. Times will be announced soon. This event is open to the public.
Mother Earth News has an awesome page with links to seed catalogs!
Local – Salt Lake County, Utah Thursday, January 31, 7:00 – 8:30 P.M.Ruth Vine (Midvale) Library 8041 Wood St (55 West), Midvale, UT 84047 Phone:(801) 943-4636
Here’s a little reminder about this week’s meeting/swap! We hope to see everyone on Thursday evening at the Midvale library for our discussion on early spring crops and our first swap of the year. Please visit the events page for more details and to rsvp. But wait, there’s more!
If you don’t have seed to swap but you would like to try a few early spring crops, there will be a way for you to do that so be sure to come on ahead and we’ll fill you in on the details.
Also, to those interested in participating on the board/standing committees (helping with media, organizing swaps and keeping our seed bank up and running, being involved in organizing classes and schedules and lots of other things), make sure you come Thursday night so we can get your contact information. If you aren’t able to attend this week, please post a message here, on the website or Yahoo page. We will meet together early in February to hold elections and get our bylaws in order.
Any questions? Just holler and we’re looking forward to seeing new faces on Thursday!
Great video about permaculture. This is what it says at Growtest.org, “This video, whose aim is to inspire people to start their own permaculture projects, shows how permaculture is practiced in four very different settings: a backyard garden, an urban community garden, a co-op restaurant garden, and a small farm.”