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Seed Saving Workshop with Bob Wildfong




Join Bob Wildfong, Executive Director of Seeds of Diversity Canada for a free Seed Saving Workshop at the rare Charitable Research Reserve.  Bob will walk us through the gardens, explaining pollination and seed saving and answer our seed saving questions.  Bob has been saving seeds and teaching about garden biodiversity for over 20 years.  He mixes science and storytelling to reveal the secret lives of seeds, plants, and pollinators. Bob has been a member of Seeds of Diversity since 1988, and became their first Executive Director in 2002. He teaches food history at the Waterloo Region Museum, and  as a steering committee member of the North American Pollinator Protection Campaign, helps build the movement to preserve pollinators. He is a past President of the Culinary Historians of Canada, and delights in explaining how we can learn about future food sustainability by remembering past lessons.

This tour starts at 6:30 p.m. sharp. Please arrive 5-10 minutes early to park and walk up the hill.

Parking: There is a small parking lot at 681 Blair Rd and people are welcome to park there, in the parking spots in front of the North House.  There is also a larger parking lot located approximately 200m west on Blair Rd and connected to the 681 Blair Rd location with a gravel walking path. Please park at these two locations, then walk up the driveway from 681 Blair Rd to the gardens.


We are sorry but registration for this event is now closed.

Please contact us if you would like to know if spaces are still available.


rare Charitable Research Reserve
1679 Blair Road
Cambridge, ON N3H 4R8
(519) 650-9336
Charitable Registration:
#8776 15914 RR0001