We are pleased to let you know where you can pick up your free seed potatoes for the coming growing season. Details of the varieties we have will be on our website oneseedforward.co.uk in the next few days. We hope to have a selection at most venues but this will be subject to availability. All of these events are FREE to enter too!
Tuesday March 6th 7-9pm ACA Climate Café @ Waterstone’s, Union Street, Aberdeen.
We are giving a talk as part of the Aberdeen Climate Action Café series about food growing in the North East, so come along and pick up your free seed potatoes and be part of the new community being created on the evening. Please note we will only be giving out Red Duke of York, a great first early variety, at this event. Doors open at 6.30pm and it is first come first served, so get there early and get a good seat!
Sunday March 18th 11am-3pm Seedy Sunday @ Aden Country Park, Mintlaw
This was a great event last year and as well as ourselves there are seed swaps, demonstrations, talks and workshops. This was our busiest event last year and is sure to be a great day
Saturday March 24th 11am-3pm Green Family Fun Day @ Hazlehead Park, Aberdeen
We are delighted to have a stall at this Climate Week North East 2018 day out as we support this year’s series of events. Lots of other activities for the young and old alike, so come along and find us to get your freebies. We will be beside the Slow Food Aberdeen City & Shire Taste Adventure stall which is great fun for children aged 5-12, taking their senses on a journey with food with interactive games.
Saturday March 24th 10am-3pm Deveron Projects @ No.11 Gordon Street, Huntly
We will be giving away seed potatoes again this year after supporting the Town is the Garden project last year. Deveron Projects will have free veg seeds and there will be other events during the day such as a seed bombing workshop, walk/talk with a forager and lunch at No.11
We hope that you can come along to one of these and pick up free seed potatoes so you can get growing and be part of our community. Lots of information about how to grow can be found on our website www.oneseedforward.co.uk
We are happy to answer any questions about growing and we also love to get photos and updates about how your growing season is going. Either like and post a message on our Facebook page One Seed Forward or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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