Seeds of Time screening at IU Cinema features Q&A with Dr. Cary Fowler

Carey Beam introduces Dr. Cary Fowler
Introduction of Seeds of Time.

Carey Beam, Director of IU Libraries Wylie House introduces the film, making the connection between Wylie House, seed saving and an international agriculturalist.

Photo of Dr. Cary Fowler with Carey Beam, Director of Wylie House
Seed Library at Wylie House Museum.

Students, faculty and staff are invited to use heirloom seeds from Wylie House in their own gardens.

International seed saver views local seed library.

Dr. Cary Fowler examines the seed library now offered by Wylie House through its Outdoor Interpretation program.

Dr. Fowler answers questions following the screening of Seeds of Time. Biology professor, Dr. Heather Reynolds, served as moderator.
Biology professor Dr. Heather Reynolds moderates the Q&A session

Following the Seeds of Time screening at IU Cinema, Dr. Fowler answered questions from the packed audience.

Sherry Wise, Dr. Fowler and Carey Beam view the seed library.
Sherry Wise, Outdoor Interpreter for Wylie House describes the seed library for Dr. Fowler.

Dr. Fowler was able to take home several varieties of Wylie House Heirloom gardens to grow on his personal farm.

Photo of Hilltop Gardens tour
Dr. Fowler visits Hilltop Garden

During his short campus visit, Dr. Fowler was able to interact with students across campus. Shown here, he tours Hilltop Gardens with Director Lea Woodard.

Cross-campus partnerships are a hallmark of IU Libraries interactions.

Dr. Cary Fowler lectures the Introduction to Sustainable Gardening class at Hilltop Gardens.

The IU Cinema crowd filled all available seats for the Seeds of Time film screening.
Seeds of Time proves popular.

The IU Cinema crowd filled all available seats for the Seeds of Time film screening.

photo of Bloomington Community Orchard tour
Bloomington Community Orchard leaders show off progressive property.

Amy Roche, board member for the Bloomington Community Orchard, points out information of interest to Dr. Fowler during an orchard visit. Aileen Driscoll, IU Student Representative for the Orchard, looks on.

Photo at Wylie House education center
Campus and Community come together.

Members of the Bloomington Community Orchard, along with Wylie House gardening volunteers joined Dr. Fowler for a tour of the Education Center, a restored barn on Wylie House property.

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