Seedy Saturdays... — preservation
Posted by Stacey Hubbs on
Seedy Saturday season is among us! Seedy Saturdays changed my life. For those of you who don't know what Seedy Saturdays are all about…I'll explain! Okay, so the very first Seedy Saturday happened in 1990 in British Columbia. It was organized by Sharon Rempel (agronomist and heirloom seed enthusiast) and held at the VanDusen Botanical Gardens. Sharon wanted to create an awesome environment for seed savers and gardeners to unite, grow and share. There were seeds available for swap/tradesies and for sale. USC Canada and Seeds of Diversity were on hand to provide resources for the community and to promote and...
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