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Sunday, November 27 • 11:15am - 12:30pm
Seed to Soil: The intersections between soil health, taste and regionally adapted seed

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It’s clear that seeds are one of the fundamental building blocks of our food system and all of life itself. No matter where you farm or what you produce, seeds play an irreplaceable role. In this interactive session, join some incredible local seed producers and savers as they explore the connections between food, seed and our living soils.

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Angel Beyde

Angel guides EFAO’s work to increase its understanding and take action on anti-racism towards Black, Indigenous and other people of colour, and to better meet the needs of members and farmers who are systemically marginalized within the ecological farming movement at large. Supporting... Read More →

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Chloe Maracle

Chloe is Kayen'keha:ka (Mohawk), Turtle Clan born and raised in Kenhte:ke (Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory). She has been in the role of garden intern with the Kenhte:ke Seed Sanctuary and Learning Center for over 2 years where she has been learning the care and cultivation of a seed... Read More →
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Peachtree Boucaud

Andrea Boucaud, known to many as "PEACHTREE," is an advocate for and supporter within the grassroots organizing and community development spaces. She is a well-known cannabis advocate in Toronto and supports the use of this plant to develop a healthy lifestyle. She has worked within... Read More →
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Chris Wooding

Chris runs Ironwood Organics, a small farm located in eastern Ontario, growing nutrient dense heritage grains while supporting a strong baking and brewing community. They have recently expanded and produce cereals including wheat, rye, oats and barley. Their primary passion is landrace... Read More →
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Annie Richard

Kitchen Table Seed House
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Annie Richard

Kitchen Table Seed House
Kathy is a gardener, organic seed producer and mother. A life-long love of thecountry, and a desire to share that experience with her family, led to a move toWolfe Island. Meeting local seed savers opened her world to the necessity ofregional seed for the growth of a resilient and... Read More →
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Luke Tehosennake Jeffries

A resident of Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory and member of the Board of Kenhtè:ke Seed Sanctuary. Luke has been involved in numerous community projects at home and on the west coast, always with the focus of cultural and language revitalization. On the land, he is a subsistence gardener... Read More →

Sunday November 27, 2022 11:15am - 12:30pm EST
Eastern Regional Gathering