Planning & Planting for Seed Saving: An evening with national expert and award-winning author Bevin Cohen
Tuesday, May 16, 2023
6:30 - 7:45 pm
Learn how to plan in spring for a successful vegetable seed harvest in the fall! Bevin Cohen will cover key topics such as why seed saving is important; spacing and isolation distances; seed-saving equipment and techniques; his favorite varieties for beginning seed savers; interesting crops to try; information about pollinator partner plants; and more.
Bevin Cohen is an herbalist, seed saver and owner of Small House Farm in Michigan. He offers presentations across the country on the benefits of living closer to the land through seeds, herbs, and locally grown food. His articles have been published in periodicals ranging from Mother Earth News to The Journal of Medicinal Plant Conservation. He is the author or editor of more than ten books, including Saving Our Seeds and his latest, Grow Great Vegetables in Wisconsin.
Copies of Bevin's books will be available for purchase after his talk.
Learn more about his work at www.bevincohen.com.
Presented in collaboration with the Brown County Seed Library coalition: Brown County Community Gardens Program; Brown County Library; Green Bay Botanical Garden; New Leaf Foods, Inc.; Northeastern Wisconsin Master Gardeners; University of Wisconsin-Green Bay; UW Extension Brown County.
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