Seed School in a Day focuses on seed saving basics with large doses of inspiration and
examples of community seed initiatives that are changing the shape of our local food
systems. Participants will gain a comprehensive overview of seed knowledge covering the
history, science, business, and craft of seeds. This class will include a brief overview of the
“fresh flour movement” and its importance in recreating bioregional grain chains as the basis
of healthy local cuisines. A delicious, healthy organic lunch will be served.
$60 for general public | $50 for RMSA Supporting Members
Visit RockyMountainSeeds.org to register and learn more about becoming an RMSA Supporting Member.
Presented by University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, Museum of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff Foodlink, Grow Flagstaff Seed Library, Northern Arizona University, and RMSA