BC Seed Gathering 2012: Harold Steves on Alfalfa

Part of the first BC Seed Gathering, Nov. 9-11, 2012.

Richmond City Councillor Harold Steves talks about finishing cattle on alfalfa instead of grain, and the problem with genetically modified alfalfa.

Steves is one of the founders of British Columbia’s Agricultural Land Reserve and a highly regarded farmer.

He is interviewed by Lucy Sharratt of the Canadian Biotechnology Action Network.

The BC Seeds Gathering is a provincial gathering of seed growers, community leaders, and farmers from across British Columbia, Canada. Various participants from the conference present their views on seed saving at the first BC Seeds Gathering, Nov. 9- 11, 2012.

The conference was organized and presented by FarmFolk CityFolk and hosted at Kwantlen Polytechnic University in Richmond, British Columbia.

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