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  1. Seedy Saturday 2016: Celebrating Soil — 2015/12/02
  2. Seed packing instructions for Seedy Saturday 2016 — 2015/12/01
  3. 2017 Seedy Saturday Volunteers — 2015/12/01
  4. Seedy Saturday Vendor Info – 2017 — 2015/12/01
  5. Seedy Saturday: Preparing for Climate Change in your garden — 2015/03/02

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Feb 17 2014

Elaine Codling: Urban Permaculture Gardens: Absolute Abundance in Small Spaces – Rotary A – Saturday – 12 – 1 pm

Bio: Elaine is a Permaculture Design Consultant and teacher with an international education and more than 25 years of experience organic gardening and green living. Following a long career in nutritional consulting and natural healing she took a Permaculture Design Certificate on Denman Island and followed up with an internship at the Permaculture Research Institute …

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Feb 17 2014

Harold Steves: How Richmond Became a GE-Free Zone – Friday – Lower Native Sons Hall – 7-9pm

Bio: The Steves family is one of Richmond’s first founding families, after which the community of Steveston is named. Manoah and Martha Steves were the first settlers in the area, arriving in 1877. They imported the first purebred Holstein cattle into BC, established a dairy to provide milk for the fledgling City of Vancouver and were Western Canada’s first seedsmen. Born …

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Feb 17 2014

Moss Dance: Young Farmer Panel – Rotary B – Saturday – 12:30-1:30 pm

Moss started out as a farm apprentice in 2003 and developed an organic farming obsession – she’s had dirt under her fingernails ever since. Moss grows at Ripple Farm in Merville, and collaborates with Arzeena Hamir (Amara Farm) to run Merville Organics (www.mervilleorganics.ca), a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) box program. Merville Organics sells fresh veggies …

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Feb 17 2014

Jay Miles-Baker: Young Farmer Panel – Rotary B – Saturday – 12:30-1:30 pm

Bio: My name is Jay Baker-French. I’ve been a life-long lover of growing food, starting out in my neighbour’s vegetable garden and my parents’ compost pile at a very young age. When I got to university, it took me a while to realize that I could, in fact, study what I loved. After a year …

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Feb 17 2014

Dirk Becker: Be Newly Inspired to Grow More Food Than Ever Before! – Rotary Hall – Saturday, 1 March, 1:45 – 3 pm

Bio: Dirk and Nicole are well known for their urban farming battle to grow food in Lantzville and for creating the successful Bowen Road Farmers’ Market in Nanaimo. They also published Synergy Magazine for 10 years and hosted a radio program – both of which were dedicated to living more consciously. They turned what was essentially …

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Feb 16 2014

2014 Seedy Saturday Vendor List

Below is a list of vendors you will find at the Comox Valley Growers and Seed Savers’ 2013 Seedy Saturday event:   Anderton Therapeutic Gardens Society Bertrand Girard Bloomfield Flats Custom Cedar Furniture Brother Nature Organic Seeds Comox Valley BeeKeepers Comox Valley Growers & Seed Savers Comox Valley Horticultural Society Comox Valley Organics Collective Comox …

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Feb 13 2014

Seed Packing Bee Feb 16 – Last one before Seedy Saturday

Come and join us for a Seed Packing Bee on Sunday February 16 from 1-4 pm  – but don’t feel that you have to be there for the full 3 hours.   Barbara Toombs has graciously offered us her home again, at 4745 headquarters Road, Courtenay.  This is on the left on Headquarters after the Seniors’ …

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Feb 13 2014

Harold Steves speaking at Native Sons Hall Feb 28, 7pm

Seedy Saturday is the first Saturday in March, and that  falls on March 1st this year.  We have added the Harold Steves address on friday evening, so the first event of Seedy Saturday 2014 is in February ——- Friday   February 28th   7 – 9 pm  Richmond City Councillor, Harold Steves at Lower Native Sons Hall …

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Feb 04 2014

Nancy Hofer is guest speaker at Feb 6 Monthly Meeting

The Comox Valley Growers and Seed Savers invites all interested gardeners and environmentalists to its upcoming monthly meeting on Thursday, February 6th at 7pm. The meeting will take place in the Common Room at Creekside Commons, 2202 Lambert Drive.   This month’s talk will be focused around Transition Towns and a newly-emerging project on Community …

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Jan 14 2014

Seed cleaning session Sunday February 2, at Amara Farm

The next seed cleaning session will be Sunday February 2, 1 to 4 pm at Amara Farm.  The winnower and the thresher will be in the greenhouse nearest the gate at 2641 Kirby Road.   The equipment will be moved to Amara farm from Lush Valley where it has been.  This will be a more …

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