Spring Gardening Swap, April 3

The Greater Seacoast Permaculture Group is holding a Spring Gardening Swap in Durham on Tuesday, April 3rd. Space is limited, please reserve online:

Spring Gardening Swap
Greater Seacoast Permaculture Group
Saint George’s Episcopal Church, 1 Park Court, Durham, NH
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
7–8:30 p.m.

**This is the rescheduled Late Winter Seed Exchange**

Do you have more seeds than you need? Are you excited about trying new plants this year? Then join us for our next SWAP event, when we focus on plants (seeds, seedlings, divisions or other propagated friends)!

Inspired by the the Portland Trading Post, let’s further build our community by sharing our bounty and talents with each other – outside the cash economy.

Plants, seeds, divisions, tools, amendments, hand-made items, preserved foods, fermented items – if you have something to share, it’s welcome at our swap event!

The rules are simple:
• No cash changes hands.
• You can swap with someone or simply “gift” things to each other.
• Make sure you’ve found a home for all your stuff before you leave (or take home what hasn’t been gifted).

Please use the comments area below to talk about what you might bring or what you’re looking for, especially if it’s not plant related.

The swap event is free and open to everyone. Please arrive promptly at 7pm so everyone can see what is available. Swapping will finish by 8:30 pm. Please take your RSVP seriously, as space is limited.

For more information: www.meetup.com/GreaterSeacoastPermaculture/

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