I just posted something about Seedy Saturday over at the new Slow Coast blog. That post is really about community development and about how Seedy Saturday is a good example of a community-building initiative which is relatively inexpensive, popular, and fun. Check it out.

Well, now that we’re past Seedy Saturday we’re well and truly into the early stages of the growing season. I’m hoping to have some workshops organized, so if anyone out there has some suggestions let me know.

Also, I am trying to organize a food garden tour this summer, so if you have some thoughts about that — or (even better) you’d be willing to put your garden on public display — then email me.

And now, for anyone who missed Seedy Saturday 2009, here are some photos (click on the thumbnails to see larger versions):