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SeedBroadcasting from Tierra Viva: Farming the Living Earth

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SeedBroadcast will be honoring
Seeds during
Tierra Viva: Farming the Living Earth, 2016 Biodynamic Conference

The Mobile Seed Story Broadcasting Station invites local seeds, seed keepers, gardeners, farmers, and inspiring seeds, as well as all Biodynamic Conference attendees to join in celebrating Seed Stories and Swapping Seeds. Come by to record your Seed Story, drop off some seeds, and pick some up too. We will have lots of seed saving how-to’s to distribute and we hope to bring people together to share their wisdom and inspiration of Seeds.
We will be parked in front of the Santa Fe Conference Center and there is no cost to participate in this SeedBroadcast event.
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Saturday, November 19
800am – 600pm: Mobile Seed Story Broadcasting Station
800pm – 930pm: Seed Exchange
Here is more information about SeedBroadcast and the Mobile Seed Story Broadcasting Station:

SeedBroadcasting from Tierra Viva: Farming the Living Earth

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COME TO THE SEED EXCHANGE ON MARCH 12th!

thumbnail the Santa Fe Seed Exchange on Wednesday, March 12, 2014

If you are looking for seeds and ideas for your vegetable garden, come to the Santa Fe Seed Exchange on Wednesday, March 12, 2014 from 4pm-7pm in Frenchy’s Barn on Agua Fria and Osage Ave. The City Parks Division and Home Grown New Mexico are hosting this event for all community gardens, school gardens and home gardeners. There are plenty of seeds available so come even if you do not have any to share. Bring flower, herb, vegetable and other seeds if you have some.

MASTER GARDENER LOGO SMALLThe Santa Fe Master Gardeners will be at the seed exchange with an “Ask a Master Gardener” table for gardening and planting questions.

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The SeedBroadcast organization will have their seedbroadcasting station to answer questions about saving seeds and seed story recording equipment.  Tell your story about the seed, where you got it, how you planted it and more.  See their website for stories across America.

If you have questions, please contact: homegrownnewmexico1@gmail.com or call 660-4986