Ivory Silo Seed Project Saturday, May 5, 12:00 – 2:00 PM Westport, MA
Innovative, hardworking farmers Bill and Dee grow open-pollinated vegetables, herbs, and flowers on 5 acres. They follow ecological growing practices and strive to achieve a productive, low input farm system that is balanced as well as resilient –- and also pioneer seed-saving techniques via their Freed Seed Federation. Learn more about the farm.
We’ll meet for lunch in Westport, then travel together to the farm for a tour and discussion of what Bill and Dee have learned as they grow their business. You must register by April 27th. Contact the Genevieve Goldleaf of the Carrot Project (email@example.com ) to register or ask questions about the tour.