February 3, 2012
Marion-Polk Food Share's 2nd annual seed exchange
The Marion-Polk Food Share Community Gardens Program is hosting a seed exchange event on Saturday, February 25th, starting at 10am. Attendees are encouraged to bring seeds to share and participate in a discussion about creating a Marion-Polk Seed Share and Seed Bank. For more information, contact Ian Dixon-McDonald at 503-581-3855 ext.329.
2nd Annual Seed Exchange
1660 Salem Industrial Dr. NE Salem, OR
Saturday, February 25th, 10am - 1pm
More Info: email@example.com
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