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Crop Coordinators_Introduction

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What does a crop coordinator do?

  • Keeps track of the varieties that are being maintained in the group; updates as necessary

  • Keeps track of which varieties are doing well for our growers (production, storage, etc.)
  • Looks for gaps in the group inventory within their category

  • Searches out or keeps an eye out for varieties to add

  • Makes suggestions to members who are considering growing the crop for seed or food
  • Helps members with questions they are having trouble answering on their own

  • Maintains a list of helpful resources


How do group members use or help the crop coordinators?

  • Inform the coordinator of changes in your seed inventory in their category

  • Contact coordinator when you find interesting information, news, etc. about their category

  • Ask for help if you are stuck with a problem or question after researching on your own

  • Tell the coordinator about any interesting varieties you have discovered


Crop Categories and Coordinators - Click on each category to get to the coordinator's page.


Beets, Chard, Spinach - Ruth

Cabbage Family - Laurel

Carrots, Celeriac, Celery, and Parsnips

Cucumbers, Melons, and Squash - Kye

Culinary Seeds - Laurel

Grains - Sylvia D

Greens Other than Lettuce and Spinach

Herbs - Sylvia S

Legumes - Ruth

Lettuce - Dixie

Nightshades - Stuart

Onion Family - Sylvia D

Other Roots (salsify, scorzonera, burdockā€¦)

Sweet Potatoes

Tree Nuts and Fruits - Kye


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