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Fêtes des Semences

Voici des événements d'intérêt pour nos membres ou autres personnes préoccupées par la biodiversité, la culture de variétés du patrimoine, la culture biologique ainsi que les semences. Si vous savez d'autres événements, SVP courriel


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Hillsburgh, ON

Everdale Environmental Centre
Samedi 3 Mai 2014          1 to 5

http://everdale.org/events/seedy-saturday/

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Edmonton Film Seeds of Time, AB

Metro Cinema
Lundi 12 Mai 2014          6:45 pm

SEEDS OF TIME follows agriculture pioneer Cary Fowler’s global journey to save the eroding foundation of our food supply in a new era of climate change.

http://globalvisionsfestival.com/2014-screening-schedule-list-of-films/

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Workshop, Kingston, ON

Heirloom Seed Sanctuary Barn, 1200 Princess Street
Mercredi 21 Mai 2014          7 to 9 pm

This workshop is "Saving Your Own Seed-Transplanting and Training the Eye"
All are welcome to the free workshops, events and seasonal celebrations held at 1200 Princess St.. Events held at other locations may include a cost so please check the links on the website for full details: http://www.providence.ca/?cat=3

Contact: Cate Henderson or Mike Hammond, 613-544-4525, ext. 124

Kingston Field Day, ON

Fare Well Farm, 2095 Middle Rd
Jeudi 29 Mai 2014          1 to 4

Field Day:
Integrating Seed Production into Market Gardens
See http://everdale.org/workshops/organicseed/seed-production-market-gardens/ for details.

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Palmerston workshop, ON

Hawthorne Farm, 5961 5th Line Minto
Mercredi 6 Aöut 2014          

Rogueing, Selection and Disease Management.

Contact: Hawthorne Farm

Caledonia workshop, ON

1350 Highway 54
Mercredi 27 Aöut 2014          

Integrating Seed Production into Market Gardens

Contact: Matchbox Gardens

Fort Langley, BC

BC Farm Museum, 9131 King St
Lundi 13 Octobre 2014          

Seeds: Somebody Has to Save Them
May 1 – October 13, 2014

Seeds. We save them, we plant them, and we eat them. Virtually every food we eat comes from a seed – but from where do all of the seeds come?

This new exhibition explores the vital link seeds have played in all areas of agriculture and pioneer life in Langley: from vegetable farming, to grain growing, to raising livestock. It will explore how seeds were planted, harvested, and processed; however the focus will be on how early settlers historically grew their own seed and cleaned it for the following year.

In this vein, this exhibit will also address the issues with the modern-day seed supply, and maintains that seeds remain at the heart of farming and agriculture in Langley, and beyond.

Contact: Kate Petrusa 778 840 7510 http://bcfma.com

Seeds of Diversity Gala Anniversary, Victoria, BC

Fernwood Community Centre, 1240 Gladstone Av
Dimanche 26 Octobre 2014          9:30-3:00

Please join Canada's Heritage seed saving organization, Seeds of Diversity, as we celebrate our 30th anniversary. Pre-registration is required. See this website for more information and registration form in September.

Two very experienced seed savers will be leading workshops on seed saving. Our luncheon is catered by local firm "Little Piggy," sourcing local and fresh ingredients. There will be a seed exchange and seed vendor booths open all day. Our gala speaker is Linda Gilkeson, speaking on Year Round Harvest. She will be selling her books at our event.

Opening and Seed Vendors: 9:30
Workshops: 10:00 Choose from Beginner or Advanced Seed Saving
Annual General Meeting: 11:30
Gala Luncheon: 12:00
Special Guest Speaker: 1:00
End of event: 3:00

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