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‘Seed Savers’ at the Banks Public Library can access 300 seed varieties for free

The Banks Public Library on July 6, 2020. Photo: Chas Hundley

The Banks Public Library is expanding their seed saving program, and recently opened membership to a club to promote use of the library’s more than 300 varieties of seeds — and 3,000 seed packets — for gardening. 

“In early 2020, we solicited seed donations from a few major seed companies, and were generously donated open-pollinated, heirloom, organic, and hybrid seed,” the library said in an email. Coupled with seed grown from local Banks-area gardeners, the full inventory of seeds can be viewed online here

Note that there are seven full sheets of seed listings, which can be accessed by clicking . . .

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