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Community seed projects revive a tradition we’ve shared in growing food for centuries – from a handful of seed, we grow, gather, and share more seeds – enough not only for ourselves but an abundance to pass on to neighbors, family, and the next generation of gardeners and farmers. Saving and exchanging seeds is the way we discover new varieties, preserve heirlooms, and breed locally adapted varieties.
Whether you are a beginner seed saver or long-time organizer of seed projects this is a great place to start or share in your love for gardening.
This nonprofit has been operating in the Ogden Area Since January 2011. "OSE was founded solely for free and public education and interest in selecting, growing, saving and sharing heirloom & other open pollinated quality seeds."
There are other opportunities for learning about gardening and it is never too young to learn. The Utah State University, Weber County Extension is offering a very affordable option to help educate children in how to garden to get the best results
Another great tool of when to plant...Sometimes we think that we only get one crop. This is the case with some vegetables but with others that is not. Here are some great choices for second crops and the times that are best to ensure a great yield.