Darien Payne discusses various seeds with a participant in the 2017 Snoqualmie Valley Seed Exchange. The event returns to Cedarcrest High School Feb. 10.

Darien Payne discusses various seeds with a participant in the 2017 Snoqualmie Valley Seed Exchange. The event returns to Cedarcrest High School Feb. 10.

Valley seed swap event is scheduled for Feb. 10 at Cedarcrest High School

  • Tuesday, December 19, 2017 2:44pm
  • Life

The eighth annual Snoqualmie Valley Seed Exchange, is set for 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 10, at Cedarcrest High School, Duvall. This event is a local gardening event for participants to share free seeds, collect planting tips, and learn growing techniques to grow a vegetable garden for the Pacific Northwest climate.

The exchange is a project of Sno-Valley Tilth, in partnership with Cedarcrest High School Future Farmers of America club, and Strategies for Provident Living. This is a free community event for all ages.

In addition to the free exchange of seeds,a variety of informational gardening technique talks and live demonstrations will be presented during the day. Cedarcrest students will sell garden art and potted flowering bulbs, too.

Volunteers to work the event and seed donors are also needed. These volunteers can be admitted to the change an hour before it opens to the public. For more information visit snoqualmievalleyseedexchange.org, or send email to svseedexchange@gmail.com.

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