Date/dates: 18/09/2014
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:15 pm

From Seed Saving to Food Sovereignty

GMO Free NJ is pleased to welcome farmers Dusty Hinz & Nate Kleinman, co-founders of the Experimental Farm Network based in Elmer, NJ for a special talk about seeds. Topics will range from practical seed saving basics to current policy issues and how they impact our food choice freedom. Nate and Dusty will share advice on how to collect, store and start seeds as well as how to get involved in plant breeding projects and seed saving projects on their own heirloom farm. Attendees will also have the opportunity to hear their thoughts on seed sovereignty and the movement toward a new paradigm of “Anti-Oppressive Agriculture”. There will be a follow up “work party” at Nate and Dusty’s farm in early October; we’ll get a special tour of the farm and have the opportunity to help with weeding, seed collecting or any farm chores that call, as well as the chance to grow together as a community aligned to regain seed sovereignty. Find out how to help build a fair and sustainable agricultural future that will empower communities and create true food security for all, right in your own back yard.

This event is free and open to the public. Bring a friend.

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Collingswood Public Library
771 Haddon Ave - Collingswood
NJ - United States
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