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806, 2022

How to Save Seed – Video Tutorials

By |June 8th, 2022|Categories: News|Comments Off on How to Save Seed – Video Tutorials

Irish Seed Savers are delighted to present four films about how we grow for seed and save seed. The foundation of growing for seed is good soil, which you can learn about in the first video 'Soil, Seed and Sustainability'. This is followed by three videos detailing how to grow [...]

2801, 2023

Annual Community Seed Share 2023

By |January 28th, 2023|Categories: Events, News|Comments Off on Annual Community Seed Share 2023

Join the Irish Seed Savers Community Seed Exchange on Saturday 25th February - an exciting event for individuals, gardening and community groups to come together to share and swap seeds! Bring any spare seeds, or your own saved seeds, to share and swap with other growers. From the rare to [...]

1101, 2023

Heirloom – An exhibition of new work by artist Rachel Doolin

By |January 11th, 2023|Categories: News|Comments Off on Heirloom – An exhibition of new work by artist Rachel Doolin

Irish Seed Savers Association are delighted to have collaborated with visual artist Rachel Doolin to create a national exhibition. This exciting project is part of our focus to raise awareness about the importance of seed sovereignty, biodiversity, food security and our food heritage. The exhibition titled HEIRLOOM launched in the [...]

2111, 2022

Irish Seed Savers Feature on RTE Home Grown Series

By |November 21st, 2022|Categories: News|Comments Off on Irish Seed Savers Feature on RTE Home Grown Series

Irish Seed Savers were thrilled to feature on Episode 2 of RTE series Home Grown on Monday November 14th. Home Grown is a brand new 7-part series which celebrates the Irish Horticulture industry and is presented by Kitty Scully and Colm O’Driscoll, who travel all over Ireland in search of [...]

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