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Seed Cleaning days

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On Friday the 10th we hosted Emily Rauch, Native Plant Program Manager at Hilltop Hanover Farm for one of our Seed Cleaning Access Days to use the Winnow Wizard at The Hickories. These farmer trainings are designed to increase seed literacy and provide technical assistance around seed cleaning. Emily has joined the newly formed farmer-led seed collective Eco59, making these truly local pollinator seeds available throughout the landscapes of the northeast!

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