On January 26, 2019, from 11pm-2pm, growers and naturalists will enjoy mingling with like-minded guests to discuss native plants, organic gardening, pollinator gardens, food preservation and more. At this free event,
On January 26, 2019, from 11pm-2pm, growers and naturalists will enjoy mingling with like-minded guests to discuss native plants, organic gardening, pollinator gardens, food preservation and more.
At this free event, bring seeds to swap if you like or purchase some from our vendors to start your own journey. If you don’t have seeds, please consider making a $10 donation to keep events like this coming to Insectropolis.
Seed Swap will feature the following vendors and workshops:
Workshops: *Attending guests must preregister*
– Grow Your Own Mushrooms w/ Drop The Beet Farms: 10am, $40/person. Get your tickets here: http://insectropolis.com/event/grow-your-own-mushrooms-workshop/?tickets_process=#buy-tickets
– Edible Bird Seed Native Plants Wreath – with Rebecca Polenberg of Wild Spaces by Becky: 10am, $30/person. Get your tickets here: http://insectropolis.com/event/seed-harvest-wreath-workshop/?tickets_process=#buy-tickets
– Tinctures & Tonics – with Leslie Feingold of Wildcraft Herb
– Lacto-Fermented Pickles – with Jesse Herdman of Insectropolis
– Apianway (Local Honey)
– Backyard Harvest (Food as Medicine)
– Cattus Island County Park
– Drop The Beet Farms (Largest Aquaponics Farm in NJ
– Endangered Wings (Saving the Monarch Butterfly)
– Kula Urban Farm (Urban Farm specializing in Hydroponics)
– the little plant company (Native Plant Garden Design)
– Rutgers Master Gardeners of Ocean County
– Surfrider Foundation: Jersey Shore Chapter (Non-profit Environmental Organization)
– Wildcraft Herb (Herbalist in Asbury Park)
(Sunday) 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Insectropolis - The Bugseum of New Jersey
1761 Route 9
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