On Thursday April 8th starting at 6:30 pm our April meeting will feature a program by Joseph Lofthouse: “Landrace Vegetables and Cacti”.
In his talk Joseph will explore how to use seed-saving, biodiversity and inter-pollination to improve local food security. The discussion will include incorporating cacti into local food systems.
Joseph Lofthouse has taught landrace gardening at conferences hosted by the Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance, National Heirloom Expo, Organic Seed Alliance, Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA-NY) and Utah Farm & Food Conference. He is a World Tomato Society ambassador.
As with our previous Zoom meetings, you will need to pre-register ahead of time. Click here to register. After you register you will receive an email with a link and password that you will use to attend the meeting on the 8th. You can join the meeting any time after 6:00 pm which is when our “social half hour” starts.