ATHENS, Ohio — Ridge & Hollow Seed Alliance, a program of Community Food Initiatives located in Athens, invites seed growers to attend Seed to Sustainability workshop series — a professional training for seed growers and plant breeders.
The workshops are led by faculty from Ohio State University, Ohio University, Miami University and Antioch College as well as staff from Cleveland Seed Bank.
The series involves four workshop locations; each location includes four presenters and a locally catered lunch.
Workshops provide professional training for seed savers, growers and plant breeders; create the foundation for a statewide seed savers alliance, expand opportunities and reduce barriers for small-scale seed producers in Ohio.
The workshops are Sept. 9 at Ohio State University, Arden Ballroom, Wooster; Oct. 21 at Antioch College, McGregor Hall, Yellow Springs; Nov. 4 at Cleveland Metroparks Watershed Stewardship Center, Cleveland; and Jan. 21 at Athens Community Center, Athens.
For more information and registration visit: www.communityfoodinitiativesorg.presencehost.net/s2s-workshop.
The Seed to Sustainability Workshop Series is a partnership project between Ridge & Hollow Seed Alliance and Ohio State University’s Initiative for Food and AgriCultural Transformation.
For more information contact Jess Chadwell 740-593-5971 or email@example.com
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