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So, there is an idea afoot about a national cooperative gardening movement to exchange resources and grow more local food for food security. It seems to me that at some point that would need to be localized.

I live and garden about an hour north of Missoula near Ronan.

Thoughts on local cooperative gardening in this area?

I have a lot of sweet corn and winter squash seed.
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I suppose I also have a lot of tomato seed. As well as the squash and corn seed.

 
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William Schlegel wrote:I suppose I also have a lot of tomato seed. As well as the squash and corn seed.



Just sent my excess with the Five Valleys Seed Librarian. Flour corn grex, sweet corn grex, red tomato grex grown direct seeded, maxima squash grex.
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