Join us online for Feed your Mind, our series of informal, insightful lunchtime talks, funded by the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art.
We’ll be broadcasting the talk live from Horton Community Farm, where Charlie Gray will offer an insight into the process of seed saving, inspired by our current exhibition, Seedscapes: Future-Proofing Nature.
Charlie Gray is co-founder of Horton Community Farm, a project run by local people on 1.75 acres of Cecil Avenue Allotments in Bradford. Hear more about the importance of seed saving as Charlie demonstrates how to save seeds from different plants using different techniques. Find out about about some of the activities that take place at Horton Community Farm and how environmental efforts at a local level can impact on global sustainability.
To attend the event click here for the Zoom link
Booking essential via Eventbrite
Free event, donations welcome
This event will take place online via Zoom, you will receive a link via email to join the event by 9am on Thursday 8 October. If you don’t receive a link, check your junk mail and if you’re still unable to find our email, contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01274737843.
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