GMOs in Grandmother's Garden? with horticulturalist Sallie Lee

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Presented by Birmingham Historical Society and Alabama Cooperative Extension System at Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark, Birmingham AL

Jun 09
GMOs in Grandmother's Garden? with horticulturalist Sallie Lee

This Walk and Talk in Grandmother’s Garden at Sloss Furnaces will discuss “Genetically modified organisms,” those living things that have been manipulated for a different set of genes. How do they differ from heirlooms and hybrids? Would “grandmother: have planted them? We’ll talk about tomatoes, corn and yellow squash.

Sallie Lee, the presenter, serves as an Urban Regional Extension Agent for the Alabama Cooperative Extension System and works with homeowners, schools, and community

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Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark

20 32nd Street North, Birmingham, AL 35222

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