Do you have something to offer our Seed Bank as it enters its second year?
Here are some of the ways you can get involved:
Production growers – focused on producing quantity of seed for themselves, the community, and the seed bank
Research growers – smaller scale testing of different varieties and keeping the diversity and viability going.
Designer/ Manager of a database that will catalogue and consistently update our seed supply.
Bloggers, web contributors, forum participants and pamphlet writers – to get the word out and create a local reference library for seed saving.
We need to hold further workshops, specifically on demystifying growing for seed—gathering folks who have direct experience—who can encourage others and share their practice tips.
Growers willing to share seed saving experience in a workshop.
We need some help finding the funding streams out there to help us with parts of the project and any materials we may need such as isolation cages, workshop expenses, events, informational material, etc…