Seed Saving Workshop & Amaranth Dinner Festival
Topics for the seed saving workshop include:
- The whys and hows of saving seeds
- How to store seeds
- Hybrid seeds
- Amaranth as a nutritional food
- The history of the Qachuu Aloom Association
This workshop will be presented by members of the Quchuu Aloom Farmers Association from Guatemala. Participants of the workshop have the option of staying for the dinner festival to meet Guatemalan guests and presenters, and enjoy music from the Batacha Quartet until 7 PM. The food is provided by End World Hunger 2030 and prepared by Teen Services Lovin Oven and friends.
For more information on End World Hunger 2030 and the work they do, please visit their website: www.EndWorldHunger2030.org
Sonoma Garden Park is a 6.1 acre public park, working farm, and educational resource. The land was donated to the city of Sonoma in the 1970's by Pauline Bond, a retired schoolteacher and avid gardener. The Sonoma Ecology Center developed and has been maintaining the Garden Park since 1993.
Sonoma Garden Park (View)
19996 7th Street East
Sonoma, CA 95476