Free community seed swap set for Saturday, May 25, at the Triangle L Ranch

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Oracle, AZ – Come to the Triangle L Ranch, located at 2805 North Triangle L Ranch Road in Oracle, on Sat. May 25 for a free event, the Community Seed Swap, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Gardeners, farmers, curious lookie-loos, seed outlaws, conspiracy theorists and all others who would like to reclaim the incredible biodiversity of the food crops that our ancestors cultivated thousands of years ago are welcome to attend.
Join the local seed revolution, in the historic Triangle L Ranch watershed to learn about saving your own garden seed, followed by a good old-fashioned seed swap. Refreshments will be available. Don’t forget to bring your own seeds for swapping. Visit
sanpedroseed.org online to learn what you can bring and how to package your seeds.

After the seed swap, why not join the March Against Monsanto, one of the first corporations to genetically modify plant cells, at Reid Park in Tucson. The march begins at noon.

For more information on this event, contact Jean Allen by calling 520-357-6016 or by email at swap@sanpedroseed.org.

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