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PFP's (Not-So-Secret) Gardens
Come explore PFP's array of and exciting gardens. On the farm we use gardens to engage youth and adults to teach the community about...
Be a Part of the Beginning
In Seeds of the Food System, we grow and save seeds for local distribution and teach seed saving skills to dozens of teens each year. We inspire the application of botanical knowledge and gardening skills as well as a sense of community and self-sufficiency.
Workshop for Teens
Teens visit PFP and help to grow, harvest, process, test and package locally adapted seeds. PFP educators provide workshops in gardening, seed saving, and food systems. Sessions are open to all teenagers 14 to 18 years old. Our programs run from April to October on Wednesdays from 4:00pm to 6:00pm.
Why Save Seeds?
- Preserve the ancient art of seed saving
- Conserve biodiversity and genetic resources in an era of vulnerable agricultural monocultures and global climate change
- Work toward regional sustainability and increase regional food security
- Preserve cultural heritage
- Gain public control and self-sufficiency of the seed supply and the food available to eat
- Grow seeds that are adapted to organic growing practices in the northeast
Contact us for more information at 845-516-1100 x4 or firstname.lastname@example.org
PFP-grown seeds and other seeds are distributed to non-profits and schools that are growing educational or service-based gardens.