Fort Bragg Seed Library launches fall and winter program – Mendocino Beacon

Posted: October 3, 2020 at 4:55 am


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No one expected the lockdown to last as long as it has, so when Fort Bragg Seed Library enforced parameters of 20 packets of seed per individual, they only planned it to last through spring. Now were at the six-month mark and its time to start planning our fall and winter gardens and Fort Bragg Seed Library is resetting the parameters. Those who already collected 20 packets are now free to request 20 more.

They have quite a selection of seeds for fall and winter: root vegetables, lettuces, spinach and other greens. Instructions for requesting seeds can be found at mendolibrary.org/services/seed-libraries.

Questions? Call the library, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., 707-964-2020 or shoot them an email at fortbraggbranchlibrary@gmail.com.

Need help getting started with your fall/winter garden? The library has tons of gardening books, DVDs and lots of online resources. Tons of gardening information is available on their online library.

Mendocino Seed Libraries are online with links to tips for gardening, seed saving and much more at mendolibrary.org/services/seed-libraries.

Happy gardening!

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