Seed To Supper is an innovative way to empower people to grow some of their own food.
Image by Cade Martin

Seed To Supper is an innovative way to empower people to grow some of their own food.

If you love to grow food--consider volunteering to teach others!

If you love to grow food--consider volunteering to teach others!

Growing your own fresh, healthy produce is so rewarding--and delicious!

Seed To Supper

Join Us and Teach Folks How to Grow Their Own Food

Do you…

  • Have a passion for learning more about growing food?
  • Enjoy food- gardening, cooking, eating?
  • Want to discover connections between your community and growing food?
  • Wish to share what you learn with others and put it into action?

If so, you might be interested in taking part in NYS Seed to Supper as a participant or facilitator

What is Tioga Seed to Supper? It's a beginning gardening course for those who want to learn to grow their own food on a budget.  Trainings are FREE and you will receive a vegetable gardening guide. 

Already have gardening experience?  Share your knowledge with those in the community who would like to gain your experience.  You will become a Seed to Supper Facilitator, meaning you will be a volunteer garden educator to help lead classes or experiences with program participants.

Who can participate? Community members from across Tioga County, with any amount of garden experience and passion for food.  

When will the classes be?  We will be setting up classes NOW for 2018 season.  So let us know if you are interested!

Where? Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tioga (CCE Tioga), 56 Main Street, Owego, NY 13827 OR we can come to you if you have a garden site and/or group that would like to do this training together.

What accommodations are there? If you have problems with getting to classes, or need childcare assistance, please let us know.

Do you know anyone who might like to participate? 

Contact

Missy Bidwell
Community Food Systems Educator
mlc52@cornell.edu
607-687-4020 ext 304

Last updated April 9, 2018