Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance
“People everywhere are waking up to the vital importance of seeds for our future.”
With the unsustainable practices of industrial farming on the rise and our precious crop diversity disappearing, a new paradigm of seed growing, saving, and sharing is necessary. We believe the best hope for an ecologically sustainable agriculture is to build a broad network of regional seed systems brimming with abundance and diversity. To answer this need, we created Seed School. Real, meaningful change in our food system begins here!
Seed School is a groundbreaking, six-day educational course that trains people from all walks of life to build local seed systems rooted in the ancient tradition of seed saving. Practiced by farmers and gardeners for thousands of years, seed saving strengthens food security at the community level, empowering people to reclaim control over their food supply. Students walk away from this innovative learning experience with the knowledge and inspiration to start their own independent seed initiatives, such as community seed libraries and exchanges, seed growers cooperatives, heirloom seed businesses, and participatory plant breeding projects.
To attend Seed School: Reserve your space here.
Description by Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance ~ Film Directed & Edited by Christine Peterson
Thanks to: Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance, Native Seeds/SEARCH, Sierra Seeds Cooperative, & Seed Library of Los Angeles
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