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Do you have leftover seeds from your seed swap or seed library?

We can help circulate them to our representatives who will put them to good use at other community seed swaps. Every week during the winter, we mail books and table-top materials to Seedy Saturdays and Seedy Sundays all across the country, so we can easily include your leftover seeds in our packages. Our volunteers will make sure the seeds get to their local seed swap tables and seed libraries, so you'll know that they won't go to waste.

Mail your leftover seeds to:

Seeds of Diversity Canada
#1-12 Dupont St West
Waterloo ON N2L 2X6

Fête des semences Cambridge

Dimanche 22 Avril 2018          2 to 4
Preston Idea Exchange, 435 King St E, Cambridge
Cambridge, ON

Earth Day Extravaganza

Bring seeds to swap with others. Even if you don’t have seeds to share, come and enjoy what others bring! Bob Wildfong, Executive Director of Seeds of Diversity, will be here to answer all your seed saving questions.

Contact: ecampbell [at] ideaexchange.org

More information: http://ideaexchange.org/programs/event/earth-day-extravaganza

Fête des semences Blackville

Dimanche 22 Avril 2018          2 pm
Greater Blackville Resource Centre
Blackville, NB

Contact: Joy Nordin, (506) 843-9024

GMOs in 2018: What's the latest on biotech in our food systems?

Mercredi 25 Avril 2018          1 to 2 EST

Presented by the Canadian Biotechnology Action Network (CBAN)

Canada is the fourth largest producer of genetically modified (GM, also called genetically engineered) crops, and now Canadians are the first in the world to eat a genetically modified fish. What GM foods are we eating, and what’s next? What can we already conclude about the impacts and risks of GM crops and foods in Canada after twenty years?

This webinar will provide a run-down of where we are with the technology and its products, to provide food movement activists with some information and analysis to examine the present and future of GMOs.

Bring your questions and issues to the table!

Plus d'information: Register Free at zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_fEbLPG1iQJW-JiL1P1hkDA

Fête des semences Vaughan

Samedi 28 Avril 2018          11 to 3
Gebis Temple North Hall, 150 N Rivermede Rd
Vaughan, ON

We are delighted to host the 2nd Annual Seedy Saturday in Vaughan. Join us for a community seed exchange, local vendors, sale of vegetable starter plants, fresh produce and health products, and inspiring workshops. Free admission.

Inspiring workshops include:
- Gardening workshops,
- Sprouting DIY,
- Cooking demo,
- taste testing of natural health products and more...

Fête des semences Quesnel

Samedi 28 Avril 2018          10 to 3
College of New Caledonia
Quesnel, BC

Fête des semences Huntsville

Samedi 28 Avril 2018          12 to 3
Huntsville Library, 7 Minerva St. E
Huntsville, ON

Contact: cortney.legros [at] huntsvillelibrary.ca

Fête des semences Toronto-Malvern/Rouge River

Samedi 5 Mai 2018          11 to 3
Lester B Pearson CI, 150 Tapscott Rd
Toronto-Malvern/Rouge River, ON

Contact: seedrougeriver [at] gmail.com

Fête des semences Etobicoke

Samedi 5 Mai 2018          9 to 1
The Assembly Hall 1 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive
Etobicoke, ON

LEGS Etobicoke - legsetobicoke.ca

Fête des semences Williams Lake

Samedi 5 Mai 2018          10 to 2
Boitanio Park
Williams Lake, BC

If you require more information, please contact us.

Michelle Iverson , Kaitlyn Berry
Food Action Coordinators
Williams Lake Food Policy Council

250-302-3236
foodpolicycouncil [at] hotmail.com

www.facebook.com/WLFPC

Fête des semences Edgewood

Dimanche 6 Mai 2018          
Edgewood, BC

Edgewood Natural Living & Seed Swap

Contact: monasheennaturalliving [at] gmail.com