Southwest Seed Library

Introducing the Southwest Seed Library!seeds

A CALL for our region to unite!

Gardeners.    Farmers.   Growers.    Enthusiasts.

Let us ensure the future of local food growth by starting a SEED LIBRARY!

Purpose:

•Free regionally grown hardy seeds (food, herbs, flowers, perennials)
•Improving soil and food with knowledge of our earth
•Education and knowledge through saving  and sharing seeds
•A place to learn and share about growing  in our unique climate
•A network supporting farmers, gardeners, and schools to share knowledge and resources for a stronger, healthier Southwest
•A long term Permaculture project that will grow with our community
•Empowerment for self care and have abundance circulating

The Southwest Seed Library will be holding it’s introductory town meeting on January 25th at 1pm at the Durango Public Library’s conference room. Refreshments by Food Not Bombs!! Students, farmers, gardeners, and growing enthusiasts are all invited! Learn what we will be offering, join in and bring seeds to donate! Contact southwestseedlibrary@riseup.net for more information.

Pine River Shares is Active!

Our events are about giving and receiving. If you can not bring anything, it is fine. Just come, eat and take stuff home! Thank you to all of our generous sponsors.
Winter Solstice Potluck
Saturday, December 21: 4:00 to 6:00 pm Old Mid School Gym 658 S. East Street, Bayfield 3:00-4:00 set up & drop off • 4:00-6:00 dinner • 6:00-7:00 clean up
WHAT TO BRING:
Willing hands
Friends, neighbors, kids, elders
Your own plates and silver ware – help reduce our waste
Fresh canned and packaged food to share (We cannot accept clothing this month!)
A bag to take things home
Please come to our next share on Saturday, January 18!
Kids’ toy exchange – bring one, take one
Kids’ pick-a-present for their parents
Pcirlce of sharing
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Need more information? Need a ride? Want to help? 970-884-4747