Want to become a Seed Steward?
Join our 250+ participants! Borrow, Grow, Return!
Each spring, the library will feature 2-3 seed varieties that you can “borrow“. We’ll provided you with enough seed so that you can grow plants to eat and for seed saving. We ask that you select several of your most vigorous, fast maturing and delicious plants to go “to seed”. At the end of the season, return your seed to The Seed Library at the WSU Jefferson County Extension office or at one of our seed cleaning events.
Returned seed will be combined with others of the same variety. The following year, we’ll distributed the seed to the community.
Seed Library offers Support and Education:
- Invite you to seed saving events such as seed swaps and offers classes and workshops on how to save seed.
- Provide information and links on our webpage to information and tutorials on every part of the growing and saving process.
- Connect you with educational opportunities and information through our partners at Washington State University Extension, Organic Seed Alliance and the Jefferson County Library.
- Answer your questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for doing your part to support community food resilience.
Interested or Questions? Contact us at email@example.com