March 1, 2012
Seed swap and garden demonstrations at Silverton Seedy Saturday
The Silverton Grange Hall will be the site of Silverton Seedy Saturday, a gardening event on Saturday, March 3rd. This free event will include a seed swap, plus demonstrations and discussion on composting, water conservation, and meal preparation with fresh garden produce. Attendees are encouraged to bring seeds to share.
Silverton Seedy Saturday
Saturday, March 3rd 2012, 9am - 4pm
Silverton Grange Hall
201 Division St. Silverton, OR
The video below shows last year's event in time-lapse.
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