Growers and Seed Savers AGM


  • Jun. 1, 2015 1:00 p.m.

The Comox Valley Growers and Seed Savers’ June 4 monthly meeting will also be the club’s annual general meeting.

Following the AGM, join medical herbalist Chanchal Cabrera who will present on the Royal Botanical Garden’s “Millennium Seed Bank”, the world’s largest repository of seeds.

The 2015 Comox Valley squash winner and future candidates will be distributed to growers.

Check out our website www.CVGSS.org for more information on our speaker and other Seed Saver activities.

Following the meeting refreshments will be served.  The meeting is held at Creekside Commons, 2202 Lambert Street. Admission is by donation for nonmembers. As parking on site is limited, please park on Lambert.  Please bring slippers.  Direct questions to Sylvain Alie at 250-336-8632.

 

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