Day: May 16, 2016

2016 Seed Mentorship Mentee Blog #1 – Cle-Ann Coghlan

For the past two years I’ve dabbled (very little) with seed saving, the idea has been on my mind for a few years now, and I am so happy to have a mentors to help with all the questions that I have. In preparation for seed saving we have made

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2016 Seed Mentorship Mentee Blog #1 – Paula Cranmer-Underhill

Good Day All My mentor is Mojave Kaplan, the Seed Warrioress! What I know is we both farm on the West Side of Lytton, and Mojave is a high in-demand seed expert. When not on her land she is farming, Mojave is busy travelling around with her seeds, educating people

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2016 Seed Mentorship Mentee Blog #1 – Kaleigh Barton

I’m becoming completely taken over by my desire to grow seeds. I am greedily looking through a multitude of seed catalogues and saying to myself, “we should grow that!” How many plants can I reasonably grow? How many varieties can I keep? Why not a little of everything? Why not

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2016 Seed Mentorship Mentee Blog #1 – Arzeena Hamir

I have been saving seed, first as a backyard gardener and now as a farmer for a number of years. My reason for joining the Bauta Seed Internship was to figure out how to grow more volume and better quality seed, while fitting the seed side of things into my

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