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The 9th Annual Seed Celebration & Sustainable Community Fair

February 15, 2014 9am-4pm
Mole Hill Theatre, 789 Gilsum Mine Road, East Alstead, NH

2013 Mushroom Display

2013 Mushroom Display

Schedule of Events:

9 am ~ Opening
10 – 11:30 am ~ Dave Jacke presents “Ecological Culture Design: A Holistic View”
Noon ~ Concert with the Solar Sisters
1:30 – 3 pm ~ Bill Whyte presents “Visualization – The Art & Practice of Imagining”
3:15 pm ~ Last call for the raffle
3:30 pm ~ Raffle drawing

All Day ~ Café featuring soups from local restaurants and kitchens and Orchard Hill breads, Exhibits & Displays, Demonstrations, Seed Sales, Garden Planning, and Children’s Activities

Some of this year’s tablers include:

Stonewall Farms, WS Badger, Kroka, Orchard Hill Breadworks, Valley Green Journal, Green Energy Options, Reclaimed Silkscreens, & Wichland Woods

FEDCO Seeds and Specialty Collections for Sale

Once again it’s time to envision your gardens filled with luscious vegetables started from seed. By placing your FEDCO seed order through The Sustainability Project, you save on shipping charges and help support our Annual Seed Celebration and Sustainable Community Fair and our Emerson Brook Forest Center’s trails and perennial gardens. We choose FEDCO seeds because they offer a large selection of organic, heirloom, and open pollinated varieties. You can stop by Green Energy Options, 79 Emerald Street, Keene for a paper catalog or go on-line to www.fedcoseeds.com.

Please have your orders to us by noon on Friday, January 24th, 2014. A final order will be placed after the Seed Celebration on February 15th.  Orders may be emailed to Lenoir McDougal or left at Green Energy Options. Be sure to include product ID number, name, and quantity desired as well as your contact information. These orders are for seeds only, not Moose Tubers or Garden Supply. If you are hand-writing a form, please write neatly. Thank you for your support!

2013 VegsOrganic Open-pollinated Seed Collection  

For those who want seed ordering made easy, The Sustainability Project recommends a collection of open-pollinated organic seeds, all good for seed saving. The collection costs $25.00 and consists of:

*Provider Bush Beans *Atomic Red Carrots *Bull’s Blood Beets
*Delux Lettuce Mix  *Bloomsdale Spinach,  *Sweet Basil
*Sugarsnap Peas *Solar Flashback Calendula *Sugarbaby Watermelon
*Uncle David’s Dakota Dessert Buttercup Winter Squash
*New England Pie Pumpkin *Costata Romanesca  Summer Squash
*Rainbow Lacinato Kale *Marketmore 76 Cucumber

We’ll notify you when your seeds are ready for pick up at Green Energy Options or at the Seed Celebration and Sustainable Community Fair.

2013 graphicSupport the Seed Celebration

Along with being one of The Sustainability Project’s premier events, the Seed Celebration & Sustainable Community Fair serves as a key fundraiser and way to promote TSP’s programming and mission driven work.  We are asking for the community’s support in making this event possible.  You can be part of what we do by:

  • Becoming an event sponsor – for a donation of $200 or more you will receive a table at the event, receive an ad in our program, and be featured in our press releases.
  • Advertise in our event program – for $36 we will feature your ad in our program. Ads need to be submitted as businesses cards or copy-ready electronic files.
  • Reserve a table – we have a limited number of tables left for a $50 fee.
  • Donate a raffle item – this popular part of the Fair is a good way to get your business’s name out there!
  • Volunteer to help at the event – we need help with set-up, clean-up and throughout the day.

 

The Sustainability Project, Inc.
PO Box 311, 57 Emerson Brook Drive, Gilsum N.H. 03448 www.emersonbrookforest.org
(603) 209-7272

The Sustainability Project, a 501(c)3 nonprofit educational organization, promotes a love of nature, environmental stewardship, caring communities and ways of living that deepen our understanding of the interconnected web of life.  Our guiding principle is that diversity, inclusion and compassion are fundamental to the long term well-being of our planet and its inhabitants.

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