9:30am – Noon
Ukiah Farmers Market
Alex Thomas Plaza/School Street
Bring seeds in labeled envelopes
Vegetables, natives, flowers, herbs
Leave seeds at Mulligan Books beforehand
if you cannot attend…
Transition Ukiah Valley is part of an
international localization movement
to build community resilience
From CAROLE BRODSKY
Ukiah Daily Journal
Peggy Backup, Scott Miller and partner Trudy Morgan sit at the couple’s kitchen table, eating dried pears gleaned from a local orchard and sorting seeds into small, labeled paper envelopes.
The trio and other members of Transition Ukiah Valley are preparing for a seed exchange event taking place Saturday, April 21 at the Ukiah Farmers Market.
The Transition Ukiah Valley group began meeting in 2011. The group is part of a worldwide transition movement that started in the United Kingdom in 2005 to address issues they believe are impacting local communities as the effects of climate change, skyrocketing oil prices