About SSAW

Seed Savers Albury-Wodonga is an incorporated association and member of the national seed savers network. Our goals include encouraging the use and saving of seed from locally appropriate and useful plants. We’re particularly keen on food plants, but any beneficial plant is of interest to us. We promote home food production and the saving of open-pollinated seeds by running workshops, hosting guest speakers, maintaining a seed bank and by encouraging networking and sharing of practical skills between our members and guests.

We’re entirely volunteer run and passionate about food growing and the future. By becoming a member, you help us to ensure we have appropriate insurance for our activities, as well as provide some shared equipment and resources, including via this website.

Find out more about membership and our seed bank (click the word to follow the link).

SEED SAVERS ALBURY-WODONGA COMMITTEE
Seed Savers Albury-Wodonga is a community group run by a committee, for and by our members. We always welcome ideas, feedback or any offer to lend a hand.

GATHERING PLACE
Most of our gatherings are held at the National Environment Centre, TAFE NSW – Riverina Institute, 97 Ettamogah Rd, Thurgoona. Map: http://goo.gl/maps/07sbw

If you’d like to know more or just get in touch, please visit the contact us page.

GUESTS WELCOME
You don’t have to be a member to participate in our events.
Non-members attending our gatherings are asked to make a $4 donation towards insurance costs, and should be prepared to pay for any seed taken from the bulk seed bank.

Non-members can also elect to receive email reminders of our upcoming events – contact us to join this list.