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This is a listing of events for our members and others interested in plant biodiversity, heritage gardening, organic gardening, and seeds. If you know of any other upcoming events, please send the information to

St. John's Seed Library 2017 Season Opening

Wednesday April 26, 2017          6:30 to 7:30 pm
AC Hunter Library, 125 Allandale Road
St. John's, NF

Join us for a fresh season of growing and seed-saving! New and returning members are welcome to a free talk "How to Save Seeds" with hands on activities, followed by a swap - bring your garden saved seeds or started plants to swap with other growers!

Contact Sarah at or the AC Hunter Library at 737-3950 for more details

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Toronto- North York Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 29, 2017          10 to 1
Oriole Community Centre, Banquet Room, 2975 Don Mills Rd.
Toronto- North York, ON

Free admission!
Trade or buy seedlings and seeds
Gardening demonstrations
Snacks provided

The Community Centre is fully accessible
Info: see the Dallington Pollinators Community
Garden page on Facebook or


Almaguin Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 29, 2017          10 to 3
Zion United Church in Sundridge at 49 Main Street
Almaguin, ON

Our Almaguin Highlands Seedy Saturday is called "Deep Roots", with Little Bluestem, Big Bluestem, Indian Grass, Daikon, as the theme plants. We're building soil fertility, controlling erosion, feeding wildlife and keeping deer at bay. Speakers, free draws, local growers, seed catalogues and more!

East Vancouver Seedy Saturday

Saturday May 6, 2017          11 to 3
Cedar Cottage Community Garden, Hull St @ Victoria Dr. behind the big "A" sign.
East Vancouver, BC

Seed exchange. We will also have a bake sale, beekeeping demo, artisan market, native plant walk and poetry contest. Garden saved seeds and starts aplenty. All proceeds go back to the garden.

Langley Seedy Saturday

Saturday May 13, 2017          1 to 4
Langley Demonstration Garden, in the Derek Doubleday Arboretum
Langley, BC

Hosted by the Langley Demonstration Garden.

Just before Mother’s Day, celebrate the beginning of the 2017 Demonstration Garden season with a seed- and seedling-swap, free workshops, and activities for the family. Gardening experts of all stripes will be on hand, along with local seeds, plants and treats for purchase.


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Join Seeds of Diversity at Evergreen

Saturday November 4, 2017          1:30 to 3:30
Evergreen Brick Works, 550 Bayview Av
Toronto, ON

Meet us at our table at the Evergreen Farmer's Market in the morning. Then join the board for our afternoon AGM.

Each year the board meets in a different part of Canada. This is your opportunity to come out and meet the national board and staff of Seeds of Diversity, in the Capital Room of the Evergreen building.

Hear our great speaker and swap seeds at the seed table.

Free for members. Small fee at door for others.

Evergreen's mission is to work with our community to help people make healthier food choices. In doing this we will create a food system that is ecologically and economically sustainable.


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