Join us on Sunday March 29 from 10 am – 2 pm in the parking lot at St Luke’s Anglican Church 236 Nelson St to pick up seeds from our SEED COMMONS. Of course we will be doing this safely and socializing at a distance!
Our SEED COMMONS is a living collection of locally adapted open-pollinated seeds. Open-pollinated plants grow like their parents. They produce seeds that can be legally grown, saved and shared. They are the foundation of our food system
Our seeds will be available in individual packets or as a collection by a sliding scale donation
We don’t sell our seeds. We want you to have these locally-adapted, open-pollinated seeds, if you agree to grow them for food and seeds to save and share with others!
We are a very, very small non-profit working with a shoestring budget especially since Seedy Saturday –our major fundraiser- was cancelled. We rely on our amazing volunteers and your donations to help us grow, harvest, clean and package these seeds of hope.
Local seed companies usually request at least $3.50 per seed packet for the work that they put into growing their high quality local seeds that will grow well right here where we live. We encourage you to support them as well!
WE APPRECIATE WHATEVER YOU CAN GIVE TO SUPPORT OUR CRITICAL WORK!
WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU SAFELY AT A DISTANCE ON SUNDAY!