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Seed Sovereignty through Open Pollinated Heirloom and Landrace Seeds: A way to Food Securtty, Cultural Preservation, and Environmental Stewardship

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Seed Sovereignty through Open Pollinated Heirloom and Landrace Seeds: A way to Food Securtty, Cultural Preservation, and Environmental Stewardship

Time: October 21, 2010 from 4pm to 6pm
Location: Academic Instructional Center 210 WWU
Event Type: workshop, and, lecture
Organized By: Nick Spring
Latest Activity: Oct 19, 2010

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Thursday October 21st 4-6 Pm in AIC 210 presented by Matia Jones (former Outback Coordinator). A hands-on opportunity to process some seeds from the Outback, and learn about seed sovereighty. Free and open to everyone.

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