“You almost cannot help but feel connected when you work with seed.”
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All across the country, farmers are restoring Canadian seed diversity. Even here, on this rooftop farm.
“There have been a lot of challenges. But a lot of learning too—that’s how I'm going to look at it.”
As a farmer I’ve always felt my job was important, but up until this year I’d never been called a hero.
This National Indigenous History Month, here are five articles you should read about Indigenous food... View Article
"We have taken much pride in our community garden initiative as a way of restoring our food sovereignty once again."
Food sovereignty cannot be realized without dismantling the oppressive structures that marginalize and endanger Black,... View Article
In this post, I want to think out loud about the role food justice plays in the larger fight for racial justice.
When the pandemic hit, many of us had the same reflex: reach for seeds. Luckily,... View Article
We need to approach post-COVID-19 recovery in the food system in a way that’s also going to build resilience to climate change.
Our executive director spoke about working with farmers to ramp up seed production in the name of self-sufficiency.
Here's how you can find local seeds and keep seed diversity alive.
These yummy homemade muffins are quick and healthy, using ingredients you likely have on hand.
Farmers everywhere are on the frontlines of climate change, writes SeedChange Executive Director, Jane Rabinowicz in The Hill Times.
We’re all doing what we can to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Here's what SeedChange staff are reading, watching and listening to right now.
Looking for something new to try with your dry beans? We’ve got you covered!