This is a listing of events for our members and others interested in plant biodiversity, heritage gardening, organic gardening, and seeds. If you know of any other upcoming events, please send the information to office@seeds.ca

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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

Sprout! A Seedy Sunday and Gardening Expo

2021-05-16          1:00PM - 4:00PM
Antigonish Farmers Market
Antigonish, NS

First ever Antigonish Seedy Sunday & Gardening Expo taking place on May 16th from 1 - 4pm on the front deck of the Antigonish Farmers Market building.

Plant and seed sales, seed swap, information sessions, and more!

Check back for a link to the FB page.

Beeton Seedy Saturday

Beeton, ON

It's time to be thinking about seeds! New Tecumseth Public Library has partnered with Seeds of Diversity to bring you a Seedy Saturday Speaker Series, running March 8 - May 31.

March 8-22: Seed Starting (Dan Rubin)
March 22-April 5: Seed Germination Test Basics (Kim Delaney)
April 5 – April 19: Cultivation and Processing of Medicinal Plants (Lauren Bosch)
April 19-May 3: Fresh Ways with Balcony Gardening (Lara Lucretia Mrosovsky)
May 3-May 17: Seed Saving (Dan Rubin)
May 10-May 24: Heritage Flower Gardens c.1900-1920 (Bob Wildfong)
May 17-May 31: Intermediate to Advanced Seed Saving (Bob Wildfong)

More information: ntpl.ca/your-library/beeton-seed-library/