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Grow a Row: Seed Swapping & Starting Party

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Grow a Row: Seed Swapping & Starting Party

  • Trees Atlanta 225 Chester Avenue Southeast Atlanta, GA, 30316 United States (map)

The Grow A Row project for the Herbalista Free Clinic is back for Year 3 in 2017! Join the crew to kick off the growing season with you at a FREE seed-starting workshop + seed swap party!

If you're interested in growing medicinal plants and donating a "row" to the clinic this year, we invite you to mark your calendar and join us on for the Grow A Row 2017 Launch.

The primary goal for Grow A Row is to encourage local cultivation of medicinal plants by building a network of YOU all to support each other and compare notes. 

The second main goal remains, however, which is donate a portion of your harvest to be crafted into remedies for the underserved folks in our community. After all, Herbalista programs are about "Building Community Through Herbalism," and the big missing link in the chain when it comes to herbal medicine is, too often, finding and using locally-grown plants. 

As wild medicinal herbs become more scarce in their native habitats due to overharvesting, dwindling biodiversity and environmental degradation, it's SO important that we grow our own medicine for ourselves, families and communities. Let's help each other learn how, and feel empowered to do so. With healthcare options on the brink right now, MEDICINAL SOVEREIGNTY FOR THE PEOPLE is critical, and when it comes to homemade herbal medicine, that all starts with the plants and those who steward them.

For more info on our mission and programming, please visit 

Please feel free to share this invitation with your farmer/gardener people and bring them to the party. Gather up leftover seeds in labeled bags...bring egg cartons for seed flats...etc... As always, we only ask that you give as you're able and receive what you need. We'll make a beautiful mess of herb starts together!!