|Seed Savers Exchange is excited to announce the first seed rematriation webinar of a four-part series. This series will highlight 2021-2022 seed rematriation work with seven partners funded through a North Central SARE Partnership grant awarded to Seed Savers Exchange. Join us to learn how Indigenous farmers, activists, communities, and nations are welcoming seeds home to grow and share. Our first webinar will be held Tuesday, January 18, 2022, from 1 – 2 PM Central Time (US). Find your time zone. |
This webinar is open to the public. Space is limited for the live event, but the event will be recorded and shared with everyone who registers. Even if you are unable to join us live you will be able to watch it at your own convenience.
|Seed rematriation addresses the desire for Indigenous communities to actively reclaim their ancestral seeds and traditions. Moderated by Shelley Buffalo, this session features panelists Dr. Rebecca Webster and Kellie Zahn sharing information on|
– their experience with the rematriation process
– their chosen seed varieties
– farming techniques like high tunnel and Three Sisters mound gardens
-ways this partnership could be modeled for others looking to engage in this work