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F15/20 Saving Seeds: Vegs, Herbs, Flowers, Fruits & More!

Thursday, September 17, 2015
1:00pm – 3:00pm

Fairfield County Extension Center

FEE: $50.00 Non‐Master Gardener $40.00 Master Gardener

DEADLINE: September 5, 2015

Be a part of a community seed system! In this master class you will learn everything you need to know to become a sage seed saver. Julia Cencebaugh and the crew of the Fairfield Demonstration Vegetable Garden will lead this informative presentation and discussion on the seed saving movement and guide you through the basic knowledge that is needed to begin saving your own seeds. Harvest seeds to preserve your favorite tastes and scents, customize your garden plants and promote diversity. Class discussion focuses on vegetable, ornamental and native plants with a hands‐on component as well. Gardening starts with seeds ‐ why not collect and save your own?

Julia Cencebaugh is an Advanced Master Gardener and the Fairfield County UConn Master Gardener Coordinator. Her special interests include garden design, habitat restoration, native plants, woody ornamentals and wildflowers. She holds certification from the New York Botanic Gardens in landscape design and is certified in arboriculture. She has served as the project coordinator for Partners for Plants, a joint initiative between Garden Club of America, The US Department of Forestry, CT DEEP and the Ridgefield Conservation Commission. She works professionally as a painter, designs public & private gardens and lectures throughout the NY Metropolitan area.



Extension (primary), College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources, UConn Master Calendar

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