Greg Brown returns to Decorah for Seed Savers benefit June 21
Thursday, May 15, 2014 1:33 PM
Grammy nominated singer and songwriter Greg Brown, accompanied by Dave Moore, will return for the 10th time to Seed Savers Exchange Heritage Farm Saturday, June 21.
Greg Brown. (Submitted photo)
All proceeds support the non-profit Seed Savers Exchange and their efforts to preserve and distribute heirloom garden varieties.
This outdoor concert among the gardens provides a unique and memorable evening at Heritage Farm. Concert-goers may arrive early to take a garden tour and enjoy home cooking from Pepperfield Project, an area non-profit dedicated to promoting and teaching hands-on cooking, gardening and agrarian life skills.
A limited number of primitive campsites will be available at Heritage Farm for those who preregister. Only wristband holders will be allowed into the concert.
Gates open at 5 p.m., concert begins at 7 p.m.
Tickets: seedsavers.org/greg-brown or call (563) 382-5990. Day-of tickets must be purchased before 4 p.m. at the visitor center.
Parking at SSE’s visitor center will be limited to campers and attendees with limited mobility. General parking will be available near the SSE offices at 3094 North Winn Road (second driveway on the right, north of the visitor center entrance).
Seed Savers Exchange (SSE) is a non-profit organization dedicated to saving and sharing heirloom seeds. Since 1975, SSE members have been passing on our garden heritage by collecting and distributing thousands of samples of rare garden seeds to other gardeners. Located at 890-acre Heritage Farm, six miles north of Decorah, SSE is open to the public from March 1 through Dec. 23. For more information visit seedsavers.org.