Seed Grow-Outs for Canadian Seed Security — seed bank
Posted by Stacey Hubbs on
Hi Seedsters! Those of you who recently read the "Pour one for my Homies" blog, may have read about the Bauta Grow-Outs for Canadian Seed Security…a project where The Bauta Family Initiative on Canadian Seed Security partners with Everdale, Seeds of Diversity Canada, USCCanada, and the Garfield Weston Foundation to form a network of growers to produce and document open pollinated seeds for the SODC seed bank at Everdale. This means that these seeds will be kept alive in their true form, and regrown for years to come…their possibility of extinction will now be much lower, and may even become mainstays once again. This year, I've been...
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