Seedbank workshops being held soon. Reserve your place before they all go. Throughout May and again in September our amazing seed savers are running small, personal workshops to help you to save seed and help provide food security for all. Details on the attached poster. For more info and to book, contact Jane at: email@example.com [...]
A group of inspiring young seed savers at Oakridge Parochial School in Stroud took part in a seed saving workshop with our own Stroud Community Seed Bank recently. Collecting no less than 9 varieties of seed, they have seen the full loop from seed to plant to seed. Apart from now being able to rely on [...]
Welcome to our round up for 2019 - it's been a very busy and productive year so far!
Are flowers growing in amongst your vegetable crops beneficial to crop production and seed saving? A row of blooms will attract many pollinating insects throughout the growing season. By sowing hardy annual flower seeds during the autumn and spring, it is quite possible to have a long succession of attractive colour both for the insects and [...]
Welcome to the Down to Earth Stroud newsletter for 2016. We had another very busy year with the launch of two fantastic new projects plus the growth and development of several others. Here’s a brief summary of some of our key moments and achievements from 2016. Please see our website for more details and photos and [...]
Packets of seeds were flying off our stall at Stroud Farmers' market on Saturday as the Stroud Community Seed Bank launched its first ever catalogue. We were proud to be able to share our very first year of harvest, and delighted to see such a high level of interest in our seeds and the seed bank. [...]
On Sunday we ran our first seed saving workshop as part of the new Stroud Community Seed Bank, and we were delighted to find we’ve recruited a bunch of really lovely, enthusiastic people keen to become our first ‘seed guardians’. From complete beginners to those with several years experience, we were all able to learn and [...]