The Little Rock Local Food Club (formerly known as ASN) asks that you join us for a 100 MILE POTLUCK & CELEBRATION OF THE SEED.
We’re hosting the Little Rock Seed Swap with Conserving Arkansas’ Agricultural Heritage (CAAH) and Elevate. Our seed swap is part of a series of swaps across the state.
Arkansas farmers and gardeners have a legacy of heirloom seeds that are in danger of being lost, and sharing of seeds will encourage production of diverse varieties for posterity and more sustainable food production.
HOW IT WORKS:
Anyone can bring open-pollinated/heirloom seeds to swap or share. If you do not have seeds, you could bring envelopes or garden implements, anything to share or trade with other gardeners – or just come to eat lunch! Bring a dish to help us all enjoy lunch while we swap seeds and talk gardening.
WHEN AND WHERE:
This Saturday, March 17th, 12pm to 2pm at ASN (Inside Christ Episcopal Church at 6th and Scott Streets in downtown Little Rock)