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Seed Swap Poster

The date and location for the INPG Community Seed Swap in Stevens County has been confirmed! We'll be meeting to exchange and sell seeds in the Colville Library basement on Friday 2/3/23 from 12:00-3:30pm located at 195 S. Oak St. Colville, WA 99114.

The Inland Northwest Permaculture Guild (INPG) is hosting this seed swap in partnership with the Libraries of Stevens County (LOSC), FungiPermastead, the Northeast Washington Permaculture Guild (NEWPG), the Children of Earth Coalition (COEC) and the BZ Farm Collective. 

The INPG hosts annual seed swaps and encourages folks to learn and practice skills to become self reliant. Seed swaps are a good way to meet other local gardeners, which helps to foster a sense of community while saving you money.

This community seed swap is free and open to the public. Trade, sell or browse the seeds available from local members of the community. We encourage participants to bring heirloom and organic seeds adapted to this area's climate. Heirloom seeds are varieties that have been passed down generations. Organic seeds have been grown regeneratively and, if grown locally, are more adapted to our climate and to organic cultivation methods.

A limited number of tables are available for participants who wish to display their goods. A $5 per table donation is suggested as is donating 10% of gross sales to the Inland Northwest Permaculture Guild (INPG).

For more information, please contact Gabe at (509)738-2087 or email zone1@inlandnorthwestpermaculture.com.

Happy seed swapping!


The Inland Northwest Permaculture Guild is a network of permaculture practitioners who inhabit a region of the northwestern U.S. between the Cascade Mountain Range and the Rocky Mountain Range. We host annual gatherings and operate this interactive website to facilitate communication among Guild members and between the Guild and the greater community to inform ourselves and others about the promise of permaculture.


Feeding the roots of regenerative systems.
Cultivating bioregional exchange networks.
Bringing families & friends together for 12 years.


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We are working to explore possibilities for a positive future through outreach, restoration, and research.

Some of the Earth's greatest landscapes are threatened by increased road construction, oil and gas exploration, and mining.

We aim to protect these areas from inappropriate development, but we cannot achieve our goals alone. Find out how you can help.

We are honored and grateful that Okanogan Tribe member Dan Nanamkin joined us and shared stories, history, dance, song and his open heart during our 2020 Convergence.

Dan Nanamkin at 2020 Inland Northwest Permaculture Guild ConvergenceDan works on many projects that build towards a positive future including a garden he started on the Colville Reservation in Nespelem where children and adults can work and learn together to grow food that will nourish their community and inspire self-reliance. The Inland Northwest Permaculture Guild will be highlighting the work Dan is doing as a great example of putting permaculture to work for the people. To find out more and keep current on events and developments, you may follow Dan's Facebook Page and also his website, nanamkin.com.

Hear part of Dan's fireside Keynote Address and a song from the 2020 INPG Permaculture Convergence (field recording with accompaniment by Dario RĂ©)

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