Seed Mania!

    When:
    February 23, 2019 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
    2019-02-23T13:00:00-07:00
    2019-02-23T16:00:00-07:00
    Where:
    Mountain Oak School
    1455 Willow Creek Rd
    Prescott
    AZ 86301
    Contact:

    PRESS RELEASE:  Seed Mania!

    Attachments:  Sunflower Heads, Native Corn Varieties

    SEED MANIA! A Celebration Of Seeds & Growing Your Own Food

    Saturday, February 23, 1-4 pm

    Mountain Oak School, 1455 Willow Creek Rd, Prescott, AZ 86301

    Free entry

    Classes for Beginners taught by local experts.

    1 pm Seeds, The Basics:  Jennie Wolfe, Garden Manager Orme School

    2 pm  Starting Care and Germination, Earl Duque, Delicious Earth Farm

    3 pm Seedlings-Planting, Care & Maintenance: Justin Brereton, Yavapai College

     

    Seed exchange and sale.  Bring cash.  Credit cards not accepted.

    Seed Exchange: Tried and Tested Seed Available From Community Gardeners

    Seed Sale: The 10 Easiest Seeds to Grow, Sold At Cost

    Heritage Seed from Terroir Seeds, Local Seedsman

     

    Community gardening and nutrition advice from local businesses and non-profits.

    20 tables with information covering planting your own garden, healthy eating, gardening, seeds, soil, fruit trees, garden design, weed and insect control, local school and community gardens, and gardening classes.

    Kids learning corner with activities for kids of all ages 

    Sponsored by Mountain Oak School, Skyview School, Orme School and Prescott College.

    Snacks: Healthy home baked cookies and tea

    Contact information:

    Molly Beverly, Slow Food Prescott: [email protected]

    928-308-2687 (for newspaper reference only— do not publish this number)

    BIO:  Chef Molly Beverly

    Food Activist-Teacher-Caterer-Food Writer

    Chair Slow Food Prescott

    Chef Molly Beverly is Prescott’s creative food activist and teacher. As Prescott College Food Service Director and Chef for 9 years, she built the food service into a showcase of sustainable, educational, and tasty food. Molly has taught cooking since 1976 to adults and children at Prescott and Yavapai Colleges, most recently Edible and Delicious Science for Kids. She is a regular writer for Edible Phoenix and 5senses.  Molly operates a small organic farm and catering business and lives in a mud house.. As Chair of Slow Food Prescott, she champions school gardens and sustainable food education.

     

    Chef Molly Beverly

    Food Activist-Teacher-Caterer

    Chair Slow Food Prescott

    POB 176, Chino Valley AZ 86323

    [email protected]

    928.308.2687

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