Thursday, May 19, 2011

The Salem Community Gardens to Host Free Seed Swap at the Living Green and Renewable Energy Fair

The Salem Community Gardens will host a Seed Swap table at the Living Green and Renewable Energy Fair. People are encouraged to bring their extra vegetable and flower seeds for swapping. Save money and connect with local gardeners! You may find rare seeds and heirloom varieties that are better adapted for this region and you’ll have to opportunity to unload your leftover seeds from previous years.  

Saturday May 21, 2011 
10 am – 3 pm 

Old Town Hall
32 Derby Square Salem, MA 01970

About The Salem Community Gardens

SCG is a nonprofit organization managing organic community gardens in four of Salem's public parks: Mack Park, Palmer Cove, Winter Island, and Pickman Park.   SCG's primary goal is to provide a safe, fertile place for Salem residents to grow plants for food and enjoyment.

About The Living Green & Renewable Energy Fair

The Living Green & Renewable Energy Fair brings together green industry professionals and consumers to discuss products, services and information that encourage healthier, more sustainable consumption and lifestyles for businesses and families. The fair will feature 50+ vendor booths and exhibits, a free screening of “Truck Farm Movie” at Cinema Salem, the Salem Beautification Committee’s Annual Plant Sale Fundraiser, an Ethical Electronic Waste Recycling Event and much more!  This is a free event. The Living Green Fair is organized by the Salem Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with Salem’s Renewable Energy Taskforce. For more information on the fair visit “Living Green Fair”. 

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