Saving Seeds: From Gathering to Sharing
October 14 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Gain hands-on opportunities to harvest seeds in the Toronto Botanical Garden. Share and trade seeds with neighbours and friends to re-wild.
Plants create seeds to ensure their next generation thrives, and we can help them along! Learn about how to save seeds from native species and what they need to survive from storage to propagation. Gain hands-on opportunities to harvest seeds in the Toronto Botanical Garden. Share and trade seeds with neighbours and friends to re-wild your whole community!
Saturday, October 14, 2 to 4 p.m.
Public $20, TBG Members $15 (plus applicable taxes and fees)
About Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA)
Since 1957, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), as enabled through the provincial Conservation Authorities Act, has taken action to enhance our region’s natural environment and protect our land, water and communities from the impacts of flooding and increasingly extreme weather events — Ontario’s leading cause of public emergencies. As the region’s first line of defence against natural hazards, TRCA maintains vital infrastructure and provides programs and services that promote public health and safety, protecting people and property. TRCA mobilizes a science-based approach to provide sound policy advice, leveraging its position as a not-for-profit operating in the broader public sector to achieve collective impacts within our communities and across all levels of government
Deadline for registration: Friday, October 13, 12 p.m.
Become a TBG Member
Join the Toronto Botanical Garden as a member to get a discount on this program, upcoming events and classes, and free parking. A Toronto Botanical Garden membership helps you deepen your knowledge and connection to the natural world, become a part of a dynamic community of plant people, and be inspired! Become a member !
Safe Program Access
- To ensure the safety of our participants and instructors, all staff, volunteers, and participants are welcome to wear masks indoors and maintain physical distancing.
- To learn more about what we’re doing to make your next visit safe, enriching, and uplifting, please review our list of Frequently Asked Questions.
- Please review our Health and Safety Policies and Refund Policy and Terms of Agreement.
- This is an in-person, indoor program at the Toronto Botanical Garden.
We appreciate your support and cooperation.