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Antioch College to Host Seed-to-Sustainability Workshop October 21

Antioch College faculty will host a “Seed-to-Sustainability Workshop,” in conjunction with Ridge & Hollow Sees Alliance and Community Food Initiatives, on Saturday, Oct. 21 in McGregor Hall on the Antioch campus.

The workshop is part of a series to be conducted across Ohio beginning this month. They will provide professional training for seed savers, growers and plant breeders; create the foundation for a statewide seed savers alliance and expand opportunities and reduce barriers for small-scale seed producers in Ohio. Staff from Cleveland Seed bank will join Antioch faculty in conducting the Oct. 21 workshop.

The Seed to Sustainability Workshop Series is a partnership project between Ridge & Hollow Seed Alliance and Ohio State University's Initiative for Food and AgriCultural Transformation (InFACT). Ridge & Hollow Seed Alliance, a program of Community Food Initiatives, works to build a network of seed growers, preserve Appalachian heritage and increase market demand for locally saved seeds. Community Food Initiatives is an Athens, Ohio-based non-profit working to foster communities where everyone has equal access to healthy, local food .

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