Kimbler will share information on how planning your garden can help you successfully save seeds for future seasons or to share with the Mercer Seed Library. Saving seeds can help you become a more self-sufficient gardener, and isn’t as hard as you think!
Darrin Kimbler serves as Iron County’s part-time Agriculture Educator in part to provide horticulture information. Darrin and his wife, Eve Komosa, also own Taiga Farm and Vineyard, a small family farm near Lake Superior focusing on sustainably pasture-raised animals for fiber and meat, heirloom vegetable varieties, and five varieties of grapes selected to tolerate the short growing season of the Northern Great Lakes region. Darrin is part of the Extension Iron County office in Hurley, Wisconsin.
To join the online Zoom meeting, please register in advance by clicking here.
After registering, you will be emailed information about joining the meeting.
For more information, contact Darrin at email@example.com or call the Mercer Library at 715-476-2366.