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What You Need to Know to Start Saving Seeds and Why It's Important

Monday, May 15, 5:30-7:00pm
Norman Williams Public Library 10 The Green, Woodstock

This workshop, given by Sylvia Davatz and co-sponsored by Sustainable Woodstock, will cover all the basic considerations in saving your own vegetable seeds. Sylvia will explain terms like open-pollinated and hybrid, as well as discuss isolation methods, spacing, plant populations, harvesting, cleaning and storing seeds. She'll also talk about the importance of preserving the irreplaceable heritage of biodiversity contained in our seeds.

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28th Dec 2016
Local residents explore the Home Energy Makeover trailer sponsored by Sustainable Woodstock during last month's Button Up Day event

Choosing Sustainability this Season

By Elle O’Casey The end of each calendar year prompts us to not only look back but to look forward. For many of us reflecting on the year we’re about...

12th Dec 2016
BookshopSS

Gifts To Benefit Whole Communities

By Ron Miller ​This time of year, most of us are shopping for gifts and many are also thinking about year-end contributions to their favorite charities and nonprofit organizations. As...

05th Dec 2016
recycling

The Future of Food Scraps

By Elle O’Casey As we move into a season of wrapping paper, elaborate meals with friends and family, and gifts we’ll either love or loathe, Act 148 is particularly significant....

05th Dec 2016
Sarit Melmed-Werner from Plymouth Artisan Cheese talks about her experience with producing value added products in Vermont.

East End Development Opportunities

By Sally Miller For much of the last seven years, the Sustainable Woodstock East End Action Group (EEAG) has focused on the developing a riverfront park on the former “Jungle”...