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Newsletter, August 20, 2012

At long last, we have found a way to display large documents on our website. Here’s just one of many archived newsletters full of gardening stories and hints from our group members. Look for more archived newsletters in the menu above. Check back regularly, as additional newsletters will be made available over the next few …

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Gallery: Seedy Saturday 2012

Have a look at some of the images from our last Seedy Saturday event.

Garden Panel: Seedy Saturday 2012

Another Great Seedy Saturday is behind us! Comox Valley Seedy Saturday: March 3, 2012: “Gardening is Everyone’s Business” 13th Annual Community Seed Swap & Show Featuring: Vegetable, Herb & Flower Seeds; Bulbs, Plants, Trees; Garden Tools, Accessories & Products; Information Displays and Workshops Saturday March 3rd, 2012 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM Florence Filberg Centre, 411 …

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Seedy Saturday 2012: Gardening is Everyone’s Business

Sow What Now? Seedy Saturday Can Help Comox Valley February 20. On March 3rd, hundreds of people will gather to find everything they need to get their gardens growing. Seeds, education, expert advice, enthusiastic tips and support from groups, neighbours and strangers will be available to those itching to get soil under their nails – …

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CVGSS Newsletters pre-2012

[important]Below is an archive of the Society’s newsletters. Click on the link to view or download the newsletters in PDF Format:[/important] CVGSS February 2009 Newsletter CVGSS May 2009 Newsletter CVGSS August 2009 Newsletter CVGSS November 2009 Newsletter CVGSS February 2010 Newsletter

Monsanto Expose

Review of the documentary “The World According to Monsanto: From dioxin to genetically modified crops. A multinational with your best interests at heart.” A film by Marie-Monique Robin. This film is a hard hitting look at Monsanto’s history and origins in the chemical industry through its transformation into a biotech agricultural company and, particularly relevant for …

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Principles of Free Seeds

In analogy with Richard M. Stallman’s principles of Free Software I am proposing the principles of Free Seeds: 1. Freedom to grow the seeds for any purpose. 2. Freedom to do research using the seeds. 3. Freedom to save seeds and redistribute them. 4. Freedom to breed new strains or otherwise modify the seeds and release them …

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