Role of Seeds in Society & Culture (Longwood Gardens, Community Reads)

Event Type: Adults
Date: 4/27/2019
Start Time: 2:00 PM
End Time: 3:00 PM
 Dive deep into the concepts from The Triumph of Seeds during a facilitated lecture that looks at the wide range of usages of seeds in today’s society and culture. From their inclusion in global diets to their presence in creative arts, spirituality, and textiles, discover how relevant seeds are in today’s world.

In this program you’ll also learn how to properly process and store a menagerie of beautiful seeds to be used for jewelry, cooking, and planting.

Presenter Alison Tisdel is a 2017 graduate of the Longwood Gardens Professional Gardener Program. While at Longwood Alison spent two months studying abroad in Scotland and England at the Royal Botanic Gardens at Edinburgh. She was an intern at Chanticleer Garden in Wayne, PA and is now employed as a head gardener at Binkley Horticulture in Wilmington, DE.
Library: West Chester Public Library    West Chester Public Library - map
Location: Community Room
Contact: Victoria
Contact Number: 610-696-1721
Presenter: Alison Tisdel
Status: Closed

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