Join the Seed Sovereignty Programme on Wednesday 20th January for an evening webinar exploring the connections between seeds, stories, culture and hope for the future.
For many of us, our connection to seeds runs much deeper than just the practicalities of food production. Our seeds represent hard work, the growing season to come, and belief that we can build a better future. The journeys seeds take and the challenges they face are reflections of our own journeys and challenges.
Join us for a special evening celebrating seed during the Seed Sovereignty Programme’s annual Seed Week where we’ll discuss the current landscape of seed in the UK, hear from people working with seed in diverse ways, and learn how you can get involved in the seed sovereignty movement. Storytellers will include Vivien Sansour, founder of the Palestine Heirloom Seed Library, Kimberley Bell, founder of the UK Grain Lab, and others speaking about the journeys they have travelled with their seeds.
This webinar is a partnership between The CSA Network UK, The Seed Sovereignty Programme run by The Gaia Foundation, The Landworkers Alliance, and the Organic Growers Alliance and forms part of a webinar series funded by Farming the Future.