From The Ground Up: Everything you need to know about seed libraries

Join us for a virtual event exploring all things Seed Libraries! Learn about basic and advanced seed saving, growing and saving regionally adapted seeds, community engagement for seed returns, native plant seeds in your seed library, and streamlining your record keeping processes. Whether you are new to seed saving, a home gardener, starting a seed Read More

BC Cover Cropping Panel

Cover cropping is a method of planting that helps build healthy soil and can be practiced in any farming operation. Cover cropping keeps the ground covered and helps with continued carbon sequestration in non-production areas. They significantly reduce emissions from nitrogen fertilizers by providing healthy nutrients to the soil. When carefully chosen and managed properly, Read More


Tender, Tasty Turnips: Growing Japanese Turnips on the West Coast

Tender Tasty Turnips: Growing Japanese Turnips on the West Coast  When: April 26th 2023, 6-7pm PT Where: Zoom links will be sent out too registrants a week before and day before presentation Japanese turnips have gone from obscurity to popularity at local farmers markets, and varieties such as Hakurei and Tokyo Cross are regularly included Read More

Seeding the Classroom

Join us on May 31st from 4-5 pm for a session on "Seeding the Classroom". Learn about FarmFolk CityFolk's Seed Stewardship resources, hear from teachers participating in our Citizen Seed Trial, and share how you get your students interested in agriculture. We hope to see you there!

Annual General Meeting


Please Join Us at Our Virtual Annual General Meeting Wednesday, June 14 at 6:00 pm PT, via Zoom We invite you to join us for our virtual AGM on Wednesday, June 14 at 6:00 pm PT, via Zoom. Learn about our work over the past year - from on-farm research to seed security to climate Read More

Duncan Seed Cleaning

Beverly St Farm 2431 Beverly St, Duncan, BC, Canada

Duncan Seed Cleaning Re-Scheduled Join us in Duncan on Thursday November 16th! We'll be cleaning seeds with the mobile seed cleaner in collaboration with the Vancouver Island Regional Library and the Cowichan Green Community. Bring seeds to clean or come learn more at the Beverley St. farm from 11-2pm.