Join us for a city-wide seed and story swap where YOU will have an opportunity to exchange seeds, find new ones to grow this spring, check out a library card from the Hull-House Seed Library, share food and agricultural stories (there will be a videographer there to record them!), and discover new ways to nourish a sustainable food system.
If you have seeds that you saved from last year, bring ’em along. Have no seeds? — Come anyway and learn about saving, sowing, and growing seeds (list of workshops below)!
All are welcome: novice gardeners, expert seed savers, youth, families, and students.
No one will leave without seeds!
Jane Addams Hull House Museum, 800 S. Halsted (at entrance of Residents Dinning Hall)
Sunday, March 4
Plotting A Feast: Planning your garden and starting your seeds – 2:30-3 (Hull-House Museum)
An introduction to starting seeds and when to start them.
Hull-House Museum Farmer, Ryan Beck
Sprouts for Sprouts: Growing Seeds for Snacks (Workshop for kids) – 2:30-3 (Hull-House Office)
Construct pop bottle sub-irrigated planters and plant herbs
Kara Kong AKA Little Green Girl
Rise Up Sprouting! – 2:30-5 (Hull-House Kitchen)
Learn the basics of making sprouted grain bread including sprouting, dehydrating, grinding and baking.
Molly Breslin, Breslin Farms
Jacqueline Vasan, Bread from the Heart.
An Introduction to the Hull-House Seed Library – 3:30-4 (Residents Dining Hall)
Speaker: Hull-House Museum Director, Lisa Lee
No Pain No Grain: Seed Saving Made Easy – 4-4:30 (Hull-House Museum)
Growing Home Field Training Specialist, Breanne Heath
Seed Cleaning Demonstration and Seed Swapping: Ongoing!
More info here