Seed Saving and the Urban Agricultural Movement

Christian envisions a world in which all people have access to healthy foods, regardless of gender, race, class, ability, age, and sexuality. To that end, through his Blueprint he built a network of people active in the seed saving and urban agricultural movement: urban farmers, environmental activists, food activists, and educators. This network would work collectively to create workshops and resources for community members to learn about farming/gardening, seed saving, and environmental justice. Finally, their work culminated in an annual Seed Swap, an event at which community members can learn about urban gardening and get seeds to start their own gardens.

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