AWESOME Tomatoes: How to save seeds for next season Premium class

Joanne Poyourow, seedswoman, gardener, author

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13 Videos (41m)
    • 1. Overview of Awesome Tomatoes

      1:55
    • 2. Why save seeds

      2:14
    • 3. What is worth saving

      4:30
    • 4. Save the stories

      1:39
    • 5. Harvesting

      1:52
    • 6 .Extracting seeds

      2:13
    • 7. Fermenting seed

      2:05
    • 8. Cleaning seed

      3:25
    • 9. Dry and store seeds

      4:14
    • 10. Advanced material: Pollination

      2:27
    • 11. Advanced material: Preserving purity 1

      4:12
    • 12. Advanced material: Preserving purity 2

      5:04
    • 13. Advanced material: The mission

      5:09

About This Class

Seed saving is fun!

It's free and easy, It's a natural extension of vegetable gardening.

it's something you can do with your kids.  And it's something that connects you with a rich sense of history, or with your culture of origin.

In this course, you'll learn reasons why this skill is still very important in modern times.  You'll learn how to do 

  • selection,
  • harvesting,
  • extracting,
  • fermenting,
  • drying,
  • labeling and storage

If you're new to seedsaving, this little course has plenty to get you started.  

If you've already been saving seeds for a while, the course includes several "Advanced level" videos which can deepen and enrich your practice.

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Very useful information, love tomatoes!
Jay Cruise

Achieve Optimum Health and FItness

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Joanne Poyourow

seedswoman, gardener, author

Joanne runs Cityscape Seeds, a seed company that grows within urban Los Angeles.  She is active in heirloom seed circles, and teaches seedsaving courses in Southern California.

Joanne is also author of several gardening ebooks and booklets, as well as the VegGarden365 smartphone app.

She is the co-founder of the Environmental Change-Makers community organization in Los Angeles, and has designed and built several community gardens.

You can find all her projects - about gardening, sustainability, and community-building - through her blog and website:  www.Change-Making.com