Seed share stall
We had a successful stall in Wymondham to mark Great Big Green Week on 25th September. We were offering seeds saved from flowers and vegetables grown by local people.
We canvased people's views about local issues and found there is great concern about the huge amount of housebuilding around Wymondham without adequate infrastructure consideration.
Swapping or sharing seeds connects people in the community and encourages connection to nature and our food. Seed saving is important for seed sovereignty and is a silent form of activism against a system dominated by 4 mega corporations.
Creating a living seedbank of a diverse selection of local seeds will give great resilience to climate change.