The day-long program will feature sessions on growing and using herbs, cooking with heirloom vegetables, seed saving and an exclusive look at the heirloom seed catalog collection at Cornell University. There will also be an opportunity to taste some special dishes prepared by the museum’s village staff for those seeking a unique culinary experience.
Session speakers include Marty Schlabach, food and agriculture librarian at Mann Library of Cornell University; Emily Conable, historic gardening interpreter at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, PA, and the museum’s master gardener, John Adams, among others.
Those attending the seminar will receive seed packets from the museum’s gardens and have the chance to win one of three outstanding heirloom gardening books as well as the opportunity to purchase limited edition, handmade redware flower pots created by the museum’s master potter available exclusively at Genesee Country Village & Museum. In addition, the museum’s Flint Hill Store, offering unique gifts including items handmade by village artisans, will be open for seminar attendees to shop.
The cost for the seminar is $55 for attendees with a $5 discount for museum members. Lunch will be provided.
You can register online. For more information, call (585) 294-8218 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.