Our Annual General Meeting this year was held on Zoom. You can now watch a recording here, where you will need passcode gdE.7L86
The Agenda is as follows. The whole recording is nearly one and half hours. I have included times in the recording should you want to jump in at a few particular moments. These times are marked as chapters on the recording.
Approval of the Minutes of the last Annual General Meeting.
Receipt of accounts and report of the Auditor. 11mins 15secs
From April 2019 one of our happy customers regularly shared photos of his successes with us. It is always great to get feedback. It's important to know if people to have problems, but also a boost for us to know things are going well!!
If you are looking for inspiration for 2020 and wondering what to sow? Here are a selection of photos of Rhys's success you to give you some inspiration now that the seed buying season is approaching.
As you can see, you can get from seed to plate in a short...
Seed Co-operative invites all Members, and prospective members, to our 2019 Annual General Meeting as part of a Members Day hosted at Waltham Place in Berkshire.
BOOKING ESSENTIAL as numbers are strictly limited.
Previously only available on DVD, Nicholas Bell and Martina Widner have now made their excellent films available through a wonderfully engaging web site.
If you have ever wondered what goes in to producing the seeds you sow, this is a great way to find out. In fact, why buy seed from us? Now there's no excuse not to save your own!
For anyone who fancies a seedy weekend in Ireland, this is the event for you!
A fantastic initiative put together by people working in organic seed from all over the island of Ireland. Please support them if you can.
From 18-24 March 2019, we're joining other small-scale seed producers across the UK and Ireland to celebrate Seed Week and raise awareness of the benefits of buying locally grown and adapted, organic seed. Our experts give their views...
The week of Monday 3rd December is Seed Week 2018 - an initiative led by The Gaia Foundation and its Seed Sovereignty Programme to celebrate open pollinated, organic seed from Scotland, Wales, England and Ireland.