Seed Saving is a way to ensure that our food supply is not reliant on a small selection of crop varieties that can lead to vulnerability to disease, pests, and changes in climate.
The practice of seed saving and sharing, seen as a hobby to some, promotes genetic diversity of crops and overall food security. Join Just Food’s Community Gardening Network and participate in a seed saving instructional workshop to learn more about this traditional practice.
This workshop, facilitated by Greta Kryger of Greta’s Organic Gardens.
Registration is required for this workshop as space is limited.
When: August 27th 6:00PM – 8:00PM
Where: Lowertown Community Resource Center, 40 Cobourg Street
When: September 3rd 6:00PM – 8:00PM
Where: Trinity Church, 480 Avalon Place
To register: Contact Jordan at firstname.lastname@example.org or (613) 699-6850 x.12 to reserve your spot for either workshop.
These workshops cost $10.00 or pay what you.
For more information, view the Seed Saving Workshop 2015 poster.