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Hosted by Cleveland Seed Bank 

Saturday, January 26, 2019
2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

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Please join Cleveland Seed Bank in celebrating National Seed Swap Day by attending their 5th Annual Winter Seed Swap on January 26th. The event is open to all with a suggested $5.00 donation to help support their 2019 programming.

Come and swap heirloom seeds, rhizomes, roots, and tubers with other gardeners across our bioregion. Learn, network and prepare for the gardening season ahead. Connect with like-minded individuals who are passionate about saving seeds and sharing their seed stories!

NO seeds required, but if you have them to share then please bring them! We'll bring seeds with us for those who may not have seeds of their own to swap. Feel like you need to bring something anyways? We will have a collection box for food items to donate to a local pantry.

Envelopes, labels, markers, and seed saving knowledge is provided by the Cleveland Seed Bank. Everyone will leave with seeds, new garden friends and a renewed enthusiasm for seed saving!

Don't forget your sourdough starters, cheese and yogurt cultures, kefir grains and kombucha scoby to share!

Location:
St. Patrick's Hall
3606 Bridge Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44113

GETTING TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD & PARKING: Plenty of street parking is available as well as a few spaces in the parking lot attached to St. Patrick's. Ohio City is conveniently accessible on the RTA Red Line (West 25th Street Station). Please vi

Contact:
Kimberly Lessman / 2168155805 /

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/5th-annual-winter-seed-swap-tickets-52677049473

 

Class 1: Gardening in Partnership with Nature 

Wednesday, February 20, 2019
7-8:30pm

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Gardening in Partnership with Nature (Class 1)

Instructors: Joshua Jones and Peter Huttinger

This is a series of Six Classes offered by the Turner Farm Community Garden Program and hosted by the Price Hill Recreation Center.
During the sessions, the group will work together to learn garden basics in the classroom and the Price Hill Community Garden. Class topics include growing fruits and vegetables naturally, seed starting, direct sowing seeds and potatoes, seasonal growing practices, managing pests, in addition to when and how to harvest, cook and store your garden bounty.

In addition through the Learn-Grow-Earn Program participants will have the opportunity to earn a garden bed for their home in exchange for participating in the garden classes, practicum and volunteer work.

Classes are FREE with advance registration

To REGISTER or for additional information contact:
Peter Huttinger (Contact information listed below)

Location:
Price Hill Recreation Center
959 Hawthorne Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45205

Contact:
Peter Huttinger / 513-328-0100 /

https://turnerfarm.org/

 

Class 2: Cultivating a Healthy Garden 

Wednesday, February 27, 2019
7 – 8:30pm

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Cultivating a Healthy Garden(Class 2)

Instructors: Joshua Jones and Peter Huttinger

This is a series of Six Classes offered by the Turner Farm Community Garden Program and hosted by the Price Hill Recreation Center.
During the sessions, the group will work together to learn garden basics in the classroom and the Price Hill Community Garden. Class topics include growing fruits and vegetables naturally, seed starting, direct sowing seeds and potatoes, seasonal growing practices, managing pests, in addition to when and how to harvest, cook and store your garden bounty.

In addition through the Learn-Grow-Earn Program participants will have the opportunity to earn a garden bed for their home in exchange for participating in the garden classes, practicum and volunteer work.

Classes are FREE with advance registration

To REGISTER or for additional information contact:
Peter Huttinger (Contact information listed below)

Location:
Price Hill Recreation Center
959 Hawthorne Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45205

Contact:
Peter Huttinger / 513-328-0100 /

https://turnerfarm.org/

 

Class 3: Create Your Garden Plan 

Wednesday, March 6, 2019
7 – 8:30pm

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Create Your Garden Plan(Class 3)

Instructors: Joshua Jones and Peter Huttinger

This is a series of Six Classes offered by the Turner Farm Community Garden Program and hosted by the Price Hill Recreation Center.
During the sessions, the group will work together to learn garden basics in the classroom and the Price Hill Community Garden. Class topics include growing fruits and vegetables naturally, seed starting, direct sowing seeds and potatoes, seasonal growing practices, managing pests, in addition to when and how to harvest, cook and store your garden bounty.

In addition through the Learn-Grow-Earn Program participants will have the opportunity to earn a garden bed for their home in exchange for participating in the garden classes, practicum and volunteer work.

Classes are FREE with advance registration

To REGISTER or for additional information contact:
Peter Huttinger (Contact information listed below)

Location:
Price Hill Recreation Center
959 Hawthorne Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45205

Contact:
Peter Huttinger / 513-328-0100 /

https://turnerfarm.org/

 

Class 4: Health & Wellness / Harvesting, Cooking and Storing your Harvest 

Wednesday, March 13, 2019
7 – 8:30pm

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Health & Wellness / Harvesting, Cooking and Storing your Harvest(Class 4)

Instructor: Chef Stephanie Michalak, Turner Farm, Chef and Culinary Manager


This is a series of Six Classes offered by the Turner Farm Community Garden Program and hosted by the Price Hill Recreation Center.
During the sessions, the group will work together to learn garden basics in the classroom and the Price Hill Community Garden. Class topics include growing fruits and vegetables naturally, seed starting, direct sowing seeds and potatoes, seasonal growing practices, managing pests, in addition to when and how to harvest, cook and store your garden bounty.

In addition through the Learn-Grow-Earn Program participants will have the opportunity to earn a garden bed for their home in exchange for participating in the garden classes, practicum and volunteer work.

Classes are FREE with advance registration

To REGISTER or for additional information contact:
Peter Huttinger (Contact information listed below)

Location:
Price Hill Recreation Center
959 Hawthorne Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45205

Contact:
Peter Huttinger / 513-328-0100 /

https://turnerfarm.org/

 

Class 5: Garden Practicum: Preparing Garden Beds, Seed Sowing and Composting 

Saturday, April 6, 2019
10am – 1pm

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Garden Practicum: Preparing Garden Beds, Seed Sowing and Composting(Class 5)

Instructors: Joshua Jones and Peter Huttinger

This is a series of Six Classes offered by the Turner Farm Community Garden Program and hosted by the Price Hill Recreation Center.
During the sessions, the group will work together to learn garden basics in the classroom and the Price Hill Community Garden. Class topics include growing fruits and vegetables naturally, seed starting, direct sowing seeds and potatoes, seasonal growing practices, managing pests, in addition to when and how to harvest, cook and store your garden bounty.

In addition through the Learn-Grow-Earn Program participants will have the opportunity to earn a garden bed for their home in exchange for participating in the garden classes, practicum and volunteer work.

Classes are FREE with advance registration

To REGISTER or for additional information contact:
Peter Huttinger (Contact information listed below)

Location:
Price Hill Community Garden
956 Purcell Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45205

Contact:
Peter Huttinger / 513-328-0100 /

https://turnerfarm.org/

 

Class 6: Garden Practicum: Planting and Cultivation Techniques 

Saturday, May 18, 2019
10am – 1pm

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Garden Practicum: Planting and Cultivation Techniques (Class 6)

Instructors: Joshua Jones and Peter Huttinger

This is a series of Six Classes offered by the Turner Farm Community Garden Program and hosted by the Price Hill Recreation Center.
During the sessions, the group will work together to learn garden basics in the classroom and the Price Hill Community Garden. Class topics include growing fruits and vegetables naturally, seed starting, direct sowing seeds and potatoes, seasonal growing practices, managing pests, in addition to when and how to harvest, cook and store your garden bounty.

In addition through the Learn-Grow-Earn Program participants will have the opportunity to earn a garden bed for their home in exchange for participating in the garden classes, practicum and volunteer work.

Classes are FREE with advance registration

To REGISTER or for additional information contact:
Peter Huttinger (Contact information listed below)

Location:
Price Hill Community Garden
956 Purcell Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45205

Contact:
Peter Huttinger / 513-328-0100 /

https://turnerfarm.org/

 

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