Seed Saving with Dayna Dalton

Seed saving can be a fun and rewarding activity that is family-friendly and can lead the next generation into becoming gardeners. In addition to being fun, seed-saving helps preserve historical seed-lines as well as heritage or sentimental seed-lines.

Dayna Dalton—a certified Master Gardener Volunteer from the Dane County UW-Extension—will focus this presentation on saving vegetable seeds, as well as many flower varieties that can also be saved. You will leave this talk loaded up with techniques for seed saving that will keep your family involved in the process all summer long. 

Speakers are graduates of the Dane County UW-Extension Master Gardener Volunteer program which trains community volunteers in a broad range of horticultural subjects so they can bring this knowledge to the public.