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If you are interested in this workshop you must book through the Growing the future website
Click on link to take you to the website.

Seeds are one of humanities greatest resources. We rely upon saving seeds for most of our food, and much of our clothes and our medicines. One seed can produce a plant that will produce many thousands of seeds, each with the potential to produce many more thousands…within this nature of plants lies the value of seeds.

This course is about annual and perennial seed saving. Learning how to save our own seeds can save you lots of money needing to buy seeds in. You also get thousands of them to give away to friends and family. 

In today’s current economic climate food security is climbing up on the political agenda. Saving your own seeds is one of the ways to ensure a local food security as well as giving yourself a valuable source of seeds for many years to come. 
 All the seeds saved are from plants that are grown organically. We also focus on local and heritage varieties.This means that these seeds will be more suited to local climatic conditions and will be more suited to organic growing conditions; a soil treated with natural fertilisers.

If you are interested in this workshop you must book through the Growing the future website

Click on link to take you to the website.

Seeds are one of humanities greatest resources. We rely upon saving seeds for most of our food, and much of our clothes and our medicines. One seed can produce a plant that will produce many thousands of seeds, each with the potential to produce many more thousands…within this nature of plants lies the value of seeds.

This course is about annual and perennial seed saving. Learning how to save our own seeds can save you lots of money needing to buy seeds in. You also get thousands of them to give away to friends and family.

In today’s current economic climate food security is climbing up on the political agenda. Saving your own seeds is one of the ways to ensure a local food security as well as giving yourself a valuable source of seeds for many years to come.


All the seeds saved are from plants that are grown organically. We also focus on local and heritage varieties.This means that these seeds will be more suited to local climatic conditions and will be more suited to organic growing conditions; a soil treated with natural fertilisers.

I move the cursor.

Solar panels appear to convert radiation into something useful.

Soul sensations, searching for something real, seeking one step ahead, anticipating arrival of someplace new.

Communication is happiness.

Can you see the aliveness in the concrete,
In the steel girders, and the cold lamp light?
Abundance

'To gather fruit

Forgotten or unclaimed.

And distribute

To those unclaimed, forgotten,

And to those who cherish fruit.”

http://growsheffield.com/abundance/

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An Ode to a Wanderer

Some people need to be wanderers

Some people need to be travellers

To spread diversity, to spread seeds,

To pollinate the flowers, to cross the seas,

Ideas worth wandering with,

Visions worth visiting,

Dreams that can’t wait too long to be realised,

New ideas of who we believe we can be,

Sensing the freedom to roam

Wherever our will may choose. 

The way is open

The way is wide and there are many paths to choose from.

To remain strung up on the horns of a dilemma is to become blind to the mystery of faith.

Trust

Trust you will be guided

Decide

Decide to be decisive 

Unknowing of the outcome.

You will know only through letting go

Of needing to know.

Become the river and flow

Flow.

My friend Mikk sent me this photo of his work clearing his allotment. it was an overgrown mess, now hes got it started off…

My friend Mikk sent me this photo of his work clearing his allotment. it was an overgrown mess, now hes got it started off…

Preparing for winter, - planting leeks through Biodegradable mulch, sowing mustards, and radishes, and chervil. 

Preparing for winter, - planting leeks through Biodegradable mulch, sowing mustards, and radishes, and chervil. 

Some photos from Darrel’s allotment - at the top - garlic harvest, onions next - notice how both of them have been transplanted through biodegradable cornstarch much mats - very useful,

then beans and courgettes interplanted, and lettuces. 

Me spying on the ducks…

Me spying on the ducks…