Seed Saving at OrganicLea

You are warmly invited to the next Open Day at OrganicLea on Sunday 26th June from 12-4pm.

OrganicLea is a community food project based in the Lea Valley in north-east London. They produce and distribute food and plants locally, and also save their own seeds. They have invited members of the London Freedom Seed Bank to come and learn about their seed saving efforts and enjoy the Open Day.

There will be site tours and workshops, plus the launch of their new rhubarb beer, brewed locally from rhubarb grown on site.

This will be a great chance to meet other members of the London Freedom Seed Bank network and learn about seed saving techniques first-hand. If you are interested in coming along please email freedomseedbank@gmail.com. We will arrange a meeting point for everyone at OrganicLea.

Hope to see you there!

More info about open days at OrganicLea: https://www.organiclea.org.uk/whats-on/open-days-at-hawkwood/

 

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One thought on “Seed Saving at OrganicLea

  1. Hello chaps

    Thank you very much for the kind invitation. However I will not be able to attend as my husband is in hospital in Salisbury and I am in Southampton… but I am still very interested in future similar events

    Best wishes

    Ziggy

    On 12 June 2016 at 15:37, London Freedom Seed Bank wrote:

    > freedomseedbank posted: “You are warmly invited to the next Open Day at > OrganicLea on Sunday 26th June from 12-4pm. OrganicLea is a community food > project based in the Lea Valley in north-east London. They produce and > distribute food and plants locally, and also save their own” >

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