Power politics and production: Introduction to Seed Saving Northern England

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This course is interactive & is aimed at providing theoretical knowledge & encouragement to share and develop your practice of seed saving

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This is an online course over 3 x 2-hour eve sessions which will cover the following:

Session 1 (with Sue Stickland former Head of Ryton Gardens (Garden Organic) & author of several books inc Backgarden Seed Saving):

Wed 13th Jan 7-9pm:

Introduction to seed sovereignty; politics & botany

Session 2 (with Sue Stickland):

Wed 20th Jan 7-9pm

Growing Healthy Seed Crops

Session 3 (with Peter Brinch of http://open-pollinated-seeds.org.uk/about-peter-brinch/and Dennis Touliatos of Lancaster Seed Library https://www.facebook.com/groups/1578483389091139/):

Wed 27th Jan 7-9pm

Seed Production for Commerce & Community

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Organiser The Gaia Foundation

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The Gaia Foundation is passionate about regenerating cultural and biological diversity, and restoring a respectful relationship with the Earth. Together with long-term partners in Africa, South America, Asia and Europe, we work with local communities to secure land, seed, food and water sovereignty. By reviving indigenous knowledge and protecting sacred natural sites, local self-governance is strengthened. This enables communities to become more resilient to climate change and the industrial processes which have caused the many crises we now face. www.gaiafoundation.org

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