Return cleaned saved seed to the cooler outside of the WSU Extension office at 121 Oak Bay Road, Port Hadlock.
We are now accepting the end of the season saved seeds. Please bring your cleaned seeds in a brown paper bag labeled with your contact information and plant name including cultivar.
WSU Seed Library is Offering Remote Services!
Over 150 Members in the Seed Library! Anyone can become a member of this program. Borrow, Grow, Return.
The WSU Office is closed to the public at this time. However, the WSU Seed Library is offering our community seed inventory to Members remotely! We encourage gardeners to borrow seeds, grow plants, and return the seeds you save at the end of the season.
The process of becoming a Member is simple:
- Check the available seed list (below).
- Fill out the form below to email us your requests for up to 3 seed packets.
- This form will serve as your Member Form for you which will include a preferred form of contact. This will remain completely confidential.
Once we receive your request, we will mail the seeds to you and add you to our mailing list in which we’ll send you information on Seed Saving Basics throughout the growing season. No payment is necessary, however monetary or stamp donations are accepted to help defray the cost of postage/handling. Checks can be made payable to Jefferson County Master Gardener Program at 121 Oak Bay Rd Port Hadlock, WA 98339 and put “Seed Library” in the memo.
A couple of things to remember: 1) although these seeds are free and come from community-saved seeds, it’s important to support our professional seed companies and local nurseries; and 2) you can donate excess produce to your local Food Bank.
Thank you for doing your part to support community food resilience.
WSU Seed Library Manager
*Postponed Office Opening”