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Voici des événements d'intérêt pour nos membres ou autres personnes préoccupées par la biodiversité, la culture de variétés du patrimoine, la culture biologique ainsi que les semences. Si vous savez d'autres événements, SVP courriel

Saving your own seeds part 2: Gentle Transplanting

Mercredi 6 Mai 2015          5 pm

Following our Saturday live workshop will be our Wednesday live webinar. Every second month we will have a live webinar following the live workshop that month. The webinar will combine information from the previous two live workshops and will be an opportunity for those living outside of the Kingston area to connect with us and ask questions at the end of the webinar. We will be recording the webinar to post online so that the information will be available for anyone who missed the live webinar.

Links, recorded webinars and any suggested information will be available through our events listing,

Fête des semences Burk's Falls

Vendredi 8 Mai 2015          Friday 10 to 5, Saturday 10 to 3
Burk's Falls Armour & Ryerson Union Library
Burk's Falls, ON

Seed exchange (non GMO)
Seed packages 25 cents each

Free Draw, seed-saving, pollinator, bee and Monarch information.

Contact: Nieves Guijarro, CEO 705-382-3327

Fête des semences Kitimat

Samedi 9 Mai 2015          11 to 3
K.U.T.E. Recycling Depot 316 Railway Avenue
Kitimat, BC


Everyone Welcome!


KID’S ACTIVITIES TOO! Fun for the whole family!

Bring your extra plants and garden supplies and trade for some new items for spring planting.


Bring your extra plants and garden supplies and trade for some new items for spring planting.


Kitimat Understanding the Environment

& The Kitimat Community Garden

CONTACT: or call 250-632-9107

Fête des semences Langley

Dimanche 10 Mai 2015          12 to 3
Langley Demonstration Garden in the Derek Double Day Arboretum, Fraser Highway
Langley, BC

Celebrate Mother’s Day in a unique way, at the Langley Demonstration Garden!

Learn tricks for Container Gardening with LEPS’ at 12:30pm.

Launch or deepen your knowledge of Seed Saving, from local organic farmer and plant breeder David Catzel of Glorious Organics Co-Operative at 1:30pm.

And bring your own saved or leftover seeds to participate in a free exchange, alongside local experts and enthusiasts!

Get to know your seedy community resources, enjoy kids’ crafts, and support non-profits with your purchase of garden items like seedlings and young fruit trees. High Tea will also be available for purchase. Event will take place rain or shine, with plenty of covered space.

Contact: or 604-546-0337

Seed Saving with Bob Wildfong, executive director, Seeds of Diversity

Mardi 12 Mai 2015          6:30 to 8:30 pm
Hunt Club-Riverside Park Community Centre 3320 Paul Anka Dr
Ottawa, ON

Plus d'information:

Fête des semences Toronto

Samedi 23 Mai 2015          12 to 4
Black Creek Community Farm, 4929 Jane St
Toronto, ON

Come visit Black Creek Community Farm during Doors Open Toronto, and buy and share your seeds and seedlings from local organic growers!

Plus d'information:

Seeds of Diversity 20th Annual AGM

Dimanche 15 Novembre 2015          1 pm to 3:30
Waterloo Region Museum, 10 Huron Rd.
Kitchener, ON

Join board, staff and other members at our Annual AGM, this year being held in Kitchener. All are welcome, and Seeds of Diversity members get in free. Otherwise, admission $5.

Enjoy bidding on our many silent auction items, great for Christmas gifts! Or gifting to yourself! They range from free admissions, to seed kits, to restaurant and store certificates and baskets.

Special guest speaker is well-known garden writer Lorraine Johnson. In the more than 15 years that Lorraine has been writing books and articles, she has become known for her unconventional outlook on the world of gardening. Advocating for organics in the days when synthetic chemicals ruled, writing about native plants before most people had heard the term, promoting community gardening when politicians were wary of involving people in parks, profiling guerrilla gardens when the idea still sounded vaguely dangerous, Lorraine has always written about marginal subjects on their way to becoming mainstream.

Not easily pigeon-holed, her work is often about the surprising corners where the impulse to nurture and sustain growth intersects with the human need to cultivate meaningful connections—with the earth and with each other. She views gardening as a strenuous conversation with the planet—indeed, as one of the most transformative ways to find our place in the world and what we want that world to be. She’s not afraid to include failures (her own, our own), along with hopes and dreams, in that conversation.

Lorraine’s writing career follows her passionate interests, and her more than 10 published books have covered a broad range of topics—from com- posting and native plant gardening to censorship and travel. Unabashedly an advocate, she has been promoting urban food production for decades not only in her writing but in her involvement with numerous community groups and organizations such as the Toronto Community Garden Network, Toronto Botanic Garden, the American Community Gardening Association, and others.
Lorraine lives in Toronto in a barn-shaped house with three chickens and two cats—and dreams of including a dwarf goat in her backyard.