Meeting Schedule

The Seed Library of Los Angeles has monthly meetings.  The membership has control over how we spend our money and makes all major decisions.  Before we get down to tending to this business, the Best Practices Committee presents a +/- 15 minute lecture on saving seeds and answers questions on saving and storing seed for everyone.

We are looking for some entertainment to present at each meeting - singer/songwriter or some folk/country music to add to the festivities!  Each meeting also has a seed swap among members and visitors. Above all else, we try to connect to one another and move towards becoming a community of seed-savers; folks who know our current food/agriculture model is broken and know we must do something ourselves to change it because our government colludes with the broken system - in fact, had a big hand in building it! 

Our meetings are held at The Learning Garden, located on the campus of Venice High School at the corner of Venice Blvd and Walgrove Avenue (yes, you can search for an intersection on Google) - our entrance is on Walgrove Avenue, the east (away from the ocean) side of the street. Meetings are held on the 3rd Saturday of each month, always at 2:30. We are 'dark' in December.

Our meetings begin at 2:30, one of our more experienced members does a 15 minute presentation on some aspect of seed saving, then we take care of business rather quickly.  After all of that, we hang out for some treats (homemade lemonade and perhaps some baked goods) and you can check out seeds from the library!  What could be more fun?  

Contact us for more information as needed. (chair at slola dot org)  

This is a very exciting opportunity for anyone concerned about the safety of our seed supply and our society's ability to feed everyone in the coming years. Please come and contribute your energy and creativity to launching this important initiative. 

It is most important that we do this now, when we don't have to, so that we know what to do and how to do it when we do have to!