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Community Garden and Farm Display

This new exhibit will attract a new segment of consumers to the Seattle Home & Garden Show.  

During COVID-19, the popularity of home gardening and hobby farming has exploded, especially in the Pacific Northwest.  As people have spent more time at home, they developed the desire for a new hobby that involved getting outside and that contributed to more food independence.

According to recent polling, one-quarter of US adults took up gardening in 2020 and even more in 2021. This new 6000 square foot exhibit at the Seattle Home & Garden Show will capitalize on the surge in home farming and gardening and attract a whole new segment of homeowners.  We are planning a rotation of presentations and demonstrations which include small farm animals, chicken coops, beekeeping, solar off-grid production, greenhouses, raised garden beds, hydroponics, worm farms, gardening, flower farms, fermentation, canning and more.  Some of the sponsors and presenting speakers are from organizations including Flower Feather Farms, Barron Heating, Natural Farm Feeds, Sandy Point Gardens, Mann Lake, Charley’s Greenhouses, and Pulp Pours Vertical Gardens.  Also presenting with be Master Gardener Ciscoe Morris.  And we will also have a “live chick hatch cam”, which will be a first for the Seattle Home & Garden Show.