Peterborough Seedy Sunday

Peterborough’s 14th Annual Seed Swap & Sale

Sunday March 10th, 2019, 12 pm – 5 pm

Emmanuel East United Church (same location as past years, different name!)

Admission is Free

Seedy Sunday is the perfect place to get inspired for spring. Come out to get all the knowledge, tools, and resources needed to get growing this season!

  • Incredible diversity of vegetables, flowers, and herbs available for sale
  • Community groups showcasing the great work they do
  • Informative hands-on workshops,
  • Popular Seed Exchange Area where you can trade seed with other gardeners & learn more about seed saving
  • Contact me if you would like to be a vendor, display information, donate seeds or to volunteer!

Follow the facebook page and use #PtboSeedySunday to follow along on updates, and share the seeds you’re hoping to pick up and/ or swap!

Learn more about the Seed Exchange Area here: 

2019 Vendors:

 2019 Community Groups:

2019 Workshops:

1pm – Making Right Relations through Rematriation of Seeds: Nikki Auten & Cate Henderson 

Presenters will  talk about their history with seeds, the Rematriation of seeds from our 2 perspectives,and the transition that’s happening from Kingston Seed Sanctuary to Kenhteke Seed Sanctuary and Learning Centre, and then come together to talk about the future. They will also touch upon how seeds are passed on to the next generation generally-how to keep that process in “right relationship.

2:15pm – Four Vital Soil Organisms: Scott King

This workshop will take a brief look at four structurally unique soil organisms, their function and importance in the ecosystem, and ways that we can encourage their growth.  As well, we can discuss other soil mechanics that the audience might want clarified or defined.

3:30-  Fruit Tree Grafting: Derick Greenley 

 

Check out a great video about local seed saving projects here: 

Thanks to the Nourish, and the Peterborough Master Gardeners for their support. Without them, and the dedicated commitment of our amazing volunteers, Peterborough Seedy Sunday wouldn’t be possible.

 

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