SeedySaturday-Ontario-2014smKingston, ON

Kingston Unitarian Fellowship Hall, 206 Concession St
Saturday March 8, 2014 10-3

In Kingston Ontario, the seed exchange tables are located in the very centre, or heart, of the Seedy Saturday space. We count on community members bringing seeds they have grown out in their gardens, because we know those seeds were worth saving in our particular climate and conditions, and that they are already that much better adapted for our community’s enjoyment: the relationship between the human community and that variety has been stewarded! Please label your saved seeds with as much information as possible, including the name and type of vegetable, herb or flower, when it was grown out (date), a brief description, approximate days to maturity, and as much of the story of that variety as you can pass along.
Kingston Seedy Saturday will be offering workshops and speakers: stay tuned to find out what we will offer this year!
Snacks available, lunch prepared by Transition Kingston available by donation. Your entrance donation of $2 supports this event.

Perth, ON
Royal Canadian Legion, 26 Beckwith St. East
Sunday March 2, 2014 10-3
Free admission with many vendors community groups who have information on seeds, sustainability, and gardening. A swap table for seeds and gardening related items as well as draws for items donated by the vendors. Lectures by Maureen Bostock on “Organic Farming in Cuba”, and Ed Lawrence on “Gardening without Pesticides”, food for sale, washrooms and cloakroom available.
Contact: Sarah Mackenzie, 613-284-0578