Savings Seeds for Food Sovereignty

Join us Monday night (9/25), 6:00 - 9:00 pm, at the McClure Multigenerational Center (241 N. Winooski Ave) with Anne Miller, a seasoned Vermont seed-saver, for a screening of “Seed: The Untold Story”, followed by a discussion and Q&A session after the film. We may even have some seeds to swap, so feel free to BYO seeds!!
This event is family-friendly, and by donation (suggested $10). All proceeds support our guest instructors and the ongoing workshop/outreach efforts of Burlington Permaculture - a grassroots community organization. 

All across the northern hemisphere, seeds of all varieties are ripening and preparing to drop to the ground. People are also preparing to collect and save those seeds - a timeless practice of preserving vital information and ensuring the continuity of life after the cold winter. The practice of seed-saving, which is threatened by the monopolies of big agri-business, is essential to conserving the agrobiodiversity of earth and protecting food sovereignty.

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