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What we Sow: The Personal, Ecological, and Cultural Significance of Seeds

May 1 at 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

$20 – $30

Jennifer Jewell will explore how the power of gardens and gardeners can be viewed through a lens of seeds, and the general state of seeds in our gardened lives: how they grow, where they grow, who grows them, who sells and/or controls them, and their care up and down the seedsheds of our world.  Jewell will walk us through examples taken from her daily life, her research, and interviews over the past decade with seed keepers as synthesized in her newest book What We Sow: On the Personal, Ecological, and Cultural Significance of Seeds (2023). All together, the histories, stories, and overall state of seed wherever we find it and the people who care for it become both cautionary tales and guiding lights in ways we can all sow, seed, and grow our world more beautiful, more delicious, more biodiverse, and more brave. $20 NHS members/$30 for non-members.



May 1
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
$20 – $30
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The Aaron Education Center at the Bellevue Botanical Garden
12001 Main St
Bellevue, WA 98005 United States
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(425) 452-2750
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