Festivals

MISSOURI EVENTS

DaveSpring Planting Festival | 
May 1 & 2, 2016,  Mansfield, MO

Join 10,000 gardeners at our annual Spring Planting Festival. A two-day event that will be held this May. It is our largest event we hold each year at our seed company's headquarters; it runs from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm each day. Come to the Spring's largest celebration of all things heirloom! MORE INFO...

 

Heritage Day Festivals | 1st Sunday of each Month, March-October

Visit our monthly Heritage Day Festivals here at Bakersville Pioneer Village on the first Sunday of every month, March through October (except May when we hold our annual Spring Planting Festival). There is no admission charge for the Heritage Day Festivals, which open at 10 a.m.  Attendees at these festivals enjoy a full day of music, garden presentations in our seed store, special seed sales, a good variety of goods to purchase from assorted vendors, and food at our Asian restaurant and bakery. Also, come enjoy our gardens where something is always growing and enjoy seeing the various heritage breed poultry. MORE INFO...

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CALIFORNIA EVENTS

PaulThe 5th Annual National Heirloom Exposition | September 6-8 2016 Santa Rosa,  CA   

The festival that tops them all, of course, is the National Heirloom Exposition held September 6, 7, & 8, 2016. Originally conceived as a way to create awareness on issues surrounding “pure food,” the Expo is now in its 5th year and continues to grow immensely. Join 20,000 gardeners, farmers and chefs from across the globe!

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PETALUMA SEED BANK EVENTS
 
199 Petaluma Blvd. N
Petaluma, CA 94952
707-773-1336



Tree Bondage: and solutions with Robert Kourik
At the Seed Bank
Thursday 6/1/2016 6:30pm-8:00pm
I'll show dozens of misshaped, abused and tortured trees, from mangled roots, to poorly-tended trunks and grossly manipulated canopies. I will show photographs of  trees in bondage and discuss healthy alternatives. (Or, whether or not it should be reduced to firewood!) Be prepared to be shocked as well as educated.
 The audience will:
See how trees can be mismanaged
Learn how to "repair" damaged trees
Learn how to avoid the hurtful aspects of the damaged trees shown
See examples of the correct way to plant, irrigate, compost, fertilize, mulch and prune trees
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Join UCCE Sonoma & Marin
at the Petaluma Seed Bank
199 Petaluma Blvd N, Petaluma, CA 94952
707-773-1336
(Details TBA)



SONOMA COUNTY MASTER GARDENERS/ SEED BANK SPEAKER SERIES  


 The UC Master Gardener Program of Sonoma County is excited to announce a new speaker program in cooperation with the Petaluma Seed Bank. Sustainable landscape practices is the focus of the program with the first lecture setting the framework for the following series of five lectures. Free presentations by gardening experts will be made once a month for six months beginning February 16 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm, Petaluma Seed Bank, 199 Petaluma Blvd N., Petaluma, CA 94952. Beginning and experienced home gardeners are welcome! Pre-registration is not required. Questions: 707-773-1336 or petalumaseedbank@gmail.com.  


   
   
Thursday, May 19 “Healthy Gardens”, Marsha Anderson, Sonoma County Master Gardener and Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Specialist
Thursday, June 16 “High Efficiency Irrigation for the Home Landscape”, Susan Foley, Sonoma County Master Gardener and GardenSense Project Leader
Thursday, July 21 Water Capture and Greywater, Daily Acts
 
 
 
 
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