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  • 1. OUR SEED LIBRARY
  • 2. A NATIONWIDE MOVEMENT
  • 3. Why a seed library? • Preserve heirlooms and increase diversity • Fight against GMO seeds and corporate control • Promote varieties that are best adapted to our area • Build a learning community
  • 4. Seeds We Have Edible • Snap green beans (bush) • Garbanzo beans • Georgia streak heirloom tomatoes • Cantaloupe • Purple-hulled cow peas • Watermelon • Asian long beans • Oaxacan corn • Chile peppers • Scarlet runner beans (pole) • Kentucky wonder beans (pole) • A variety of seeds packaged for long- term storage • Chili peppers (several kinds) • Yellow-fleshed watermelons • Georgia collards • Black Texas sorghum • White Sonoran wheat • Broom com sorghum • Rocky Ford green muskmelon • California Buckeye cow peas • Simpson lettuce • Bisbee Red cow peas • Nantes carrots • Honeydew • Red moon and stars watermelon • Purple top white globe turnip • Yellow moon and stars watermelon • Asian yard long beans • Fava beans Non-Edible • Hyacinth beans • Eastern gamma grass • Red yucca • Red amaranth • Barrel cactus • Gaillardia
  • 5. Join Us • Email sign-up • Monthly meetings • On the web: http://ourseedlibrary.wikispaces.com • Get some seeds from the library • Grow something!
  • 6. WISDOM FROM OUR MEMBERS