Seed Saving and Bread Baking Workshops

I just got this email from Tami at the Abundance Foundation outlining some upcoming workshops. Enjoy!!

Dear Sustainable Foodies,

We have two wonderful workshops coming up:
Hope you can join us!!

June 12th 10am-2pm:  Seed Magic with Doug Jones of Piedmont Biofarm

Join farmer Doug Jones for a primer on seed saving and learn how to use the gift that keeps on giving!

Hands-On Demonstration of Simple Seed Saving
Techniques-salad greens, cilantro, tomatoes, peppers & more!
Basic Botany useful for success in seed production
How to improve and adapt varieties to local conditions
Variety recommendations from our trials
Go home with a few seeds to plant in your own garden

June 18th 10am-2pm:  Easy Bread Workshop with Andrea Williams

Ninety-nine out of 100 scientists agree: There’s nothing like the smell of fresh bread! Let Andrea help you overcome that irrational fear of baking with a fun-packed, hands-on lesson in making dough, proofing and creating always-beautiful breads.    This workshop is perfect for anyone who wants to learn to bake bread, for those who haven’t baked for a long time and want a refresher and for those who already bake but want to learn a few new tricks.

If you have any questions, please contact Tami at the information below:

Tami Schwerin
Building our local foodshed,
modeling renewable energy
and inspiring community.


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