SPRING PROPAGATION FAIRS 2020 Greetings, Beloved Community! Four years ago Agrarian Sharing Network (ASN) was born out of the long running Lane Propagation Fair from a need to bring the event from a regional spectator-style event to a neighborhood focused
SPRING PROPAGATION FAIRSCottage Grove: Sunday, March 8, 11-3, Cottage Grove ArmoryPortland (HOS): Sunday, March 15, 10-4, Clackamas Fair GroundsWilliams: Sunday, March 15, 11-3, SCA PavillionSweet Home: Sunday, March 22, 1-4, Sweet Home Charter SchoolRedmond WA: Saturday, March 28, 10-1, Church of
Scion collection We need scion cuttings from established, IDENTIFIED varieties of fruit trees to distribute through our regional propagation fairs. If you have cuttings to donate, please watch the cutting and storage instructional video below. Here’s a link to our
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n2wvFaLiMvc&w=560&h=315] ‘Scion’ is the horticultural name used to describe the cuttings taken from fruit trees which are then grafted on to rootstock to create new fruit trees. This is how fruit trees such as ‘Granny Smith’ apples or ‘Bing’
2017 sees the evolution of the venerable Lane County Propagation Fair into an entirely new iteration. Eight years ago we morphed the teensy Eugene Permaculture Guild spring-seedswap into the Lane County Propagation Fair. This free, 100% volunteer-driven initiative has since grown into
Into the grapes at Nick Botner’s to cut scion. .
Five years ago, a handful of local fruit enthusiasts decided to morph our modest local Spring Seed Swap into an all-encompassing propagation fair. Those grassroots aspirations have now matured to the point where our annual propagation fair makes a palpable
The 2013 Annual Spring Propagation Fair is a free event, open to the public, and is designed to support home orchardists, vegetable gardeners and native plant enthusiasts in and around the S. Willamette Valley. We are focusing on a genetically