- October 16, 2021
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Location: Online Event
**This is a virtual event, advanced Zoom registration is required.**
In this online introduction to seed saving course, Bill McDorman will discuss why seed saving is important including loss of diversity and myths, basic seed saving terminology, and caring for seeds including germination and storage.
Bill McDorman is a seed saver, writer, and educator based in Cornville, Arizona. He is co-founder of The Down Home Project, Garden City Seeds, Seeds Trust, High Altitude Gardens, the Sawtooth Botanical Gardens, Seed School and the Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance. He is author of the book Basic Seed Saving. Bill is the former executive director of Native Seeds/SEARCH and Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance. He now oversees the Patent Free Seed campaign, membership database, website updates and teaches Seed School whenever he is called.
For more information about the Seed Library please visit www.prescottlibrary.info/seed-library/