Vernon kicks off spring with Seedy Saturday

Mary-Ann van Oeveren and husband Pim describe the variety of plants they have available during the Seedy Saturday event at the Vernon Recreation Centre. (Lisa Mazurek/Morning Star)Mary-Ann van Oeveren and husband Pim describe the variety of plants they have available during the Seedy Saturday event at the Vernon Recreation Centre. (Lisa Mazurek/Morning Star)
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Finn Dewinter, 2, shows off all his seeds during the Seedy Saturday event at the Vernon Recreation Centre. (Lisa Maszurek/Morning Star)Finn Dewinter, 2, shows off all his seeds during the Seedy Saturday event at the Vernon Recreation Centre. (Lisa Maszurek/Morning Star)

On the greenest of days, the Vernon Recreation Centre was filled with local seed and plant sellers, locally grown and made food and natural products, chickens, eggs, honey during The Sustainable Environment Network Society’s (SENS) annual Seedy Saturday event on March 17.

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