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Learn about saving seeds

Learn how to save seeds at an upcoming talk at Richmond Public Library.

Mel Sylvestre of the Richmond Food Security Society will talk about seed saving and production, including how to improve and adapt varieties to local conditions.

The talk takes place on Thursday, July 10 or Wednesday, Aug. 13 at the Brighouse branch of Richmond Public Library (7700 Minoru Gate).

As the perennial and biodiversity co-ordinator at UBC Farm, Sylvestre teaches students how to grow, harvest and store crops cultivated for seed suitable for the local area.

To register, visit any branch of Richmond Public Library, call 604-231-6413 or at www.yourlibrary.ca/events.

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