Amanda Segura is the Garden Education Coordinator of Riverbanks Zoo and Gardens.  She has been at Riverbanks since 2002.  Her degree is  in Horticulture and Environmental Science from Western Kentucky University.  She has worked in the horticulture field from 21 years.

Participants will make homemade paper mash and mix in seeds to create a small seed paper.  The paper can be planted outside and keeps the seeds where they need to be to germinate.  These make great gift tags or homemade cards too.  This is a great way to recycle paper scraps and reuse leftover paper. She will also demonstrate the technique to make seed balls as well.