Sacred Seeds With Chanowk And Judith Yisrael

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We Diggit Urban Gardens says
Seeds are the basic building block of life. To plant a seed is to celebrate and honor all life on this planet. We will discuss the importance of seeds to our future generations, explore the monopolization of our seeds (future), and learn to take back our power seed by seed.

Participants will learn:
-The basics of how to grow, harvest, save and store seeds
- The importance of crop diversity in your backyard
- The basics of seed stewardship through seed libraries, seeds swaps, and community gardens.
- Each participant will have the opportunity to plant a seed to take home for their own gardens.

Chanowk and Judith Yisrael are urban farmers, community educators, and agents for social change. Their ½ acre farm is located in South Oak Park where they, along with their extended family, have farmed for the past eight years. In addition to urban farming, the couple and their family provides a youth development program, and no-cost backyard garden program, and a various workshops and classes on healthy eating and organic gardening. Chanowk is a board member at South Oak Park Neighborhood Association and Slow Food Sacramento. Judith serves on the board of African Americans for Balanced Health.
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