Gardening Series: Seed Saving, Root Cellaring, & Winterization
Thursday, September 27 at 6:00pm
Big Butte room, 3rd floor BSBPL
On Thursday, September 27 at 6:00pm BSBPL will present our final Gardening Series class in the Big Butte room on the third floor of the library. This month, Sadie Barrett will present on seed saving, root cellaring, and winterization of your garden. Come learn about what you can do to save seeds for the seed library, enjoy roots all winter and prep your garden for next year. If you have seeds to screen, please bring them in and we can prep them for you.
Sadie Barrett is a gastronomist who was raised in Idaho on an off grid homestead on the edge of the Frank Church Wideness, the largest wilderness in the lower U.S. She learned gardening from her parents and has been cold climate gardening in her own garden for 20 years. She teaches master gardener courses, seed saving classes, fermentation classes, mentors youth in agriculture and has a commercial nursery license. Sadie founded the Idaho Heritage Tree project (preserving old strains of fruit trees) and is currently working on several new cider varieties of apples. Her work with apples is supported by MSU research facility in Corvallis, MT. Sadie believes we are what we eat. She believes gardening is one of the best ways to obtain our fullest potential in many ways.
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If you would like more information about this program, please contact Shari Curtis at 406-723-3361 ex. 6302 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All programs are free of charge.