Seed School Los Angeles
Seed School is a groundbreaking, six-day educational experience that trains people from all walks of life to build local seed systems rooted in the ancient tradition of seed saving. Practiced by farmers and gardeners for thousands of years, seed saving strengthens food security at the community level, empowering people to reclaim control over their food supply.
Students walk away from this innovative learning experience with the knowledge and inspiration to start their own independent seed initiatives, such as community seed libraries and exchanges, seed growers cooperatives, heirloom seed businesses, and participatory plant breeding projects.
Get full details and curricula for this groundbreaking course.
February 9 – 14, 2014
Holy Nativity Episcopal Church
6700 W 83rd St
Westchester, CA 90045
Register online or call 520-622-0830 ex 100.
Early Bird Special: Register by January 10 for only $600!
Tuition after January 10: $700
Deposit to reserve a spot: $200
Classes will be held in the heart of Los Angeles at the Holy Nativity Episcopal Church, home of the change-making Community Garden at Holy Nativity, and on the verdant grounds of the Learning Garden, home to SLoLA and one of the country’s largest Chinese medicine gardens. Space is limited, sign up early! For questions contact: email@example.com
Facilitated by Bill McDorman (NS/S Executive Director), Joy Hought, MSc. (Director of National Seed School), David King (founder of SLOLA), and Rowen White (Co-founder of Sierra Seed Cooperative).