Our first gathering for 2019
Seed Savers Albury-Wodonga’s first gathering of the year, with a focus on selecting, cleaning and storing seed.
Tips on how to save seed (including those of your favourite tomato) for the best results, along with an opportunity to clean and deposit seed that you’ve collected. Plus access to the seed bank.
By Ulla Norden
Notes and resources from our end of year session
About 20 people attended our last session of the year on Thursday 29th November, including quite a few new faces. Continue reading
By Jane Barlow
Notes from our event on Thursday 8th June 2017.
The wonderful workers got onto sorting, repackaging, labelling and reboxing to further organise our seed collection. Seedlings were also brought along and swapped, and we shared supper between getting on with the jobs at hand. Lots of good advice, tales and laughter. Continue reading
Join us for this informal session and grab some seed
We’re having an informal ‘drop-in’ session between 6:30pm and 7:30pm on Thursday 20th of October at Thurgoona for members to access the seed bank, share seedlings and have a chat about how the season is progressing. Continue reading
Who knew stocktaking was fun?
By Lou Bull
On a very chilly June evening a group of seedy members warmed up by working through our bulk stock of seed to sort, stack, stream-line and skill up. Continue reading
A summer harvest. Photo: Lou Bull
With the end of the year fast approaching we’re offering a final chance for members to access the seed bank, and a casual chat about the summer season.
This drop-in session will coincide with the NEC Green Gate Farm sales. A great chance to check out or buy some of the organic farm produce, which is sold each Thursday afternoon from 2pm – 6pm. Then drop in to grab any last minute seeds you might need over summer or drop off cleaned seed. Continue reading
List of seeds in the seed bank – vegetables first and flowers and herbs following.
Here’s our latest inventory of seeds in our seed bank (click to view as a PDF).
We encourage members to use the lists to identify the seed they would like to access (take home, grow, save again, share & return!) and also opportunities to expand or renew the seed bank by contributing seed we don’t currently have or are running low on.