Gardening and Seed Saving Information
For many years, the Richmond Seed Lending Library has encouraged gardeners to support biodiversity through seed saving and sharing. In the time of Covid-19, as home food gardening has become more important than ever, the library has mobilized a group of local gardening professionals to create a robust set of gardening and seed sharing resources in both English and Spanish. Beginning gardeners will find classes and lists of advice.
Urban farm store and worker-owned co-op with supplies for your gardening, chickens, beekeeping, canning and fermenting, and plastic-free living, plus gifts, local honey, herbal medicines, and biodiesel made from recycled vegetable oil. Call in orders for pickup.
Native Sun Gardens
Edible East Bay’s gardening writer, Joshua Burman Thayer, offers ecological landscape design and consulting. 510.332.2809. nativesungardens.com
“In these uncertain and difficult times, there is an opportunity to focus on home food production. As such, I am offering 50% off of edible design plans to foster food support.”