Swapping seeds and trading tips

Always on the lookout for heirloom seeds, Mark Condon browsed the available seed packets at the Seed Swap. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

PINE PLAINS — With spring still another month away, Pine Plains residents decided to get a head start on the planting season by attending the seventh annual Pine Plains Seed Library Seed Swap on Saturday, Feb. 23.

The First United Presbyterian Church doors opened to 15 attendees that day. In a room adjacent of the nave, incoming residents were invited to browse seed samples provided by the Pine Plains Seed Library and the Pine Plains Community Garden. 

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