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2018 Sustainability Events

Weds. Aug 8th  – SEEDS Board Meeting @ 5:00 in SEEDS office – 2nd Floor of The Cooperage

Tues Sept. 18th – SEEDS Annual Meeting – 6:00 pm at The Cooperage

Weds Oct 10th  – SEEDS Brainstorming Session – @ 5:00 in SEEDS office – 2nd Floor of The Cooperage

Weds Nov. 14th – SEEDS Board Meeting – @ 5:00 in SEEDS office – 2nd Floor of The Cooperage

Sat Nov 17th – Annual FREE BOOK SWAP – details to follow

Sat Dec 17th –  – SEEDS Brainstorming Session @ 5:00 in SEEDS office – 2nd Floor of The Cooperage

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  Expert Panel Discussion on Sustainability: Tues Sept 18th at The Cooperage On Tues evening, Sept 18th at The Cooperage, SEEDS is sponsoring a special panel discussion in honor of our 10th anniversary, titled: Sustainability 2008 – 2018 – 2028 (How far have we come and where are we headed?) This is the first expert panel discussion on sustainability of its kind in our region. Experts on solar, architecture and food will discuss sustainability trends since 2008 (the year of SEEDS […]

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By: Tammy Preble/Fertile Valley Farm What is raw milk? Raw milk has not been processed in any way. It has not been pasteurized, homogenized, nor has it had any amount of fats removed.  It comes directly from the cow into a storage tank that cools it quickly, and from there, bottles are filled. We also call raw milk LOCAL milk. More about that later. What is pasteurized milk? Pasteurized milk has been heated to a certain temperature for a certain […]

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Eat Local Food! Support Local Farmers! These guides will help you find them! (These guides are by no means complete. If you know of more options, please email info@seedsgroup.net) Contents: NEPA’s Farmer’s Markets Local Meats & Farm Products Eating food from local farms ensures the food is fresher and more nutritious, supports your neighbors and the local economy, and reduces the transportation costs, spoilage and vitamin loss, and carbon emitted when food is shipped in from other states or even […]

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