Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Seed Stories From Rutland, VT

Local seed savers, gardeners, farmers, and people who want to learn more about saving seed, stopped by the Seed Broadcast event at the Rutland Free Library on July 17. Several people shared thoughts on saving seeds and also their personal seed stories.
You can listen to these and other Seed Stories from across the country at the Seed Story Broadcast Page.

Sylvia Davatz is a Hartland, Vt seed saver, owner of Solstice Seeds and homesteader. She shared some seed stories and talked about the reason why she saves seeds and loves to grow.

Sharon Turner shares a seed story about her family's lost parsnip seed that she is looking for.

Ed Graves shares a seed story about possibility and seed broadcasting, from the Rutland Seed Library

Carol Tashie of Radical Roots Farm, in Rutland, VT, shares a seed story of the local heirloom tomato, "Prattico," which she grows and encourages others to grow.

Scott Courcelle shares a seed story about the efforts of local growers to collaborate on a seed saving project in Rutland, VT.

Thank you for sharing all your seed stories with us!

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