Saturday, February 8, 2020 Cedarcrest High School 11 am to 2 pm Commons Room 29000 NE 150th St, Duvall, WA 98019 Scroll down this page for a map.
Come Prepared to the Seed Exchange
You do not need to bring seeds to participate Come, gather seeds & learn about gardening in the PNW - whether you can contribute seeds or not. We'll have plenty of seeds for this year’s garden. If you bring seeds to sharePlease make sure they are no older than 3 years, or you have tested their ability to germinate. You may bring leftover seed packets and/or your own home grown seed. More info on contributing seed on our SEED SAVING page. There is no charge to participate However, the Seed Exchange is supported entirely by your donations. Please bring some CASH to contribute if/what your budget can afford. There may be some small scale seed farmers selling seeds, and the FFA club selling potted flower bulbs. There will be hot beverages available for a small donation. To collect seeds at the exchange,bring small envelopes and markers for labeling seeds. There are instructions for two different handmade seed envelopes on our SEED SAVING page. We will have limited supply of envelopes available by donation but are likely to run out. Stay for an hour or the entire day The Seed Exchange is a community event with lots to do, learn and see. Garden demonstrations will be going on throughout the day, Look over this page carefully for details on the day! Come early and allow at least an hour to enjoy all the events. Volunteers are needed! There are a variety of volunteer opportunities available to choose from. More details on benefits & tasks on our volunteer page.
Volunteers are especially needed in the afternoon.
Individuals can participate for as short as an hour or for the entire day’s schedule.
All volunteers get the benefit of collecting seeds and seed catalogs an hour before the Seed Exchange opens to the public.
Cedarcrest High School Commons Room 29000 NE 150th St, Duvall, WA 98019
This year: Bring your own lunch! The Seed Café will NOT BE OPEN this year because we have no volunteer coordinator to organize it. Miss the Seed Café? Volunteer to organize it next year!
We will have limited soups and snacks available for VOLUNTEERS only this year.
DEMONSTRATIONS Space is limited to 24 participants at each demo. First come, first seated. Demos start on time!
11:30–12:00: Planting to Attract Pollinatorsa joint presentation with Snoqualmie Valley Beekeepers Association and FFA Junior, Leila Misallati
12:10–12:40: Improve Your Yield with Vertical Gardening, Potatoes & Beans Lindsay Price
12:50–1:20: Basics of Growing and Using Medicinal Herbs Katie Marler
1:30–2:00: Propagating and Cultivating Herbs Eaglesong Gardener
KIDS Activities Special simple craft activities at the Kid's table this year! Plus, we'll have our usual simple activities for small children, with paper and crayons, markers, a few books and small toys. Parents please supervise your children at all times. We provide activities for small children but we do not provide child care!
VENDORS Here's your chance to spend! Cedarcrest FFA Club will have potted flowering bulbs, daffodils and tulips for sale! Bring cash or card to purchase. Cedarcrest students in the Future Business Leaders of America organization will be selling hot drinks as a fundraiser. Scroll down to see who will be selling HONEY!
EXHIBITORS Duvall Farmer's MarketHooray for local food! Snoqualmie Valley Master Gardener Clinicanswering your garden questions. Sno-Valley Tilthwe are now part of this local farmer's non-profit, advocating and educating for local food & farmers. First Light Farmcommunity farming! And, HONEY for SALE EagleSong Gardenerherbalist and herbal educator. Snoqualmie Valley Beekeeperswill be there sharing information on keeping honeybees—but the bees will NOT be with them. And, HONEY for SALE Oxbow FarmEducational program. Lantern Festival/March of the Vegetableshands-on project! Garden Hotlineresources for your garden questions. Snohomish County Fruit Society A Chapter of the Western Cascade Fruit Society