Did you miss any webinars during Toronto Seedy Saturday?

Webinars from 2022

Isaac Crosby’s keynote talk at the TSS 2022 Launch “EARTH HELPING: Stories of Afro-Indigenous survival and teachings on urban gardening Part 1 Part 2 Part 3

Grow Where You Are Planted panel at the TSS 2022 Launch featuring Charles Catchpole (Gitigaanes and Flemo Farm), Lara Mrosovsky (Miinikaan Innovation and Design), Melodie Ng (The Common Table, Flemingdon Park Ministry) and Kevin Tran (Earth Known Farm) Part 1 Part 2 Part 3

Get to know the Garden Fun Club with Sayeh Dastgheib-Beheshti of Sayeh Sun Studio Part 1(Personal and pedagogical foundation): https://youtu.be/32W-2JIRL9w Part 2 (Overview of the program): https://youtu.be/0Zu5eCsXMhQ

Benefits of compost tea with Sean Smith of Crooked Farmz https://youtu.be/ZVSNIUUS1lg

Composting with Alanzo Byfield of FoodShare https://youtu.be/1qi7doTi0vI

Fertility as a Built-in Feature of Soil with Atullya Singh https://youtu.be/TlVVZgjBLqY

Seed starting with Sayeh hosted by Greenest City – Zoom link Passcode: Ya$M3sa^

Weed Watch with Deborah Dale Part 1 Part 2

Aromatic Medicinal Garden workshop with Monika Meulman of the Healing Muse Part 1 Part 2 Part 3

Taking the Frills Out of Gardening – Your Resourcefulness as the Most Renewable Resource with Atullya Singh https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cuY84pg1Nxg

Webinars from 2021

Seed StartingIn his recorded session, Dan Rubin will explain the basics of seed starting indoors to help extend the growing season, the major mistakes to avoid and how to plan and time your plantings so that bedding plants will be ready to transplant at the right time. Along the way, he will provide general background on seeds, and their importance to the food we eat, as well as the way varieties we depend on have been developed over time. Combining hands-on demonstration in his greenhouse and seed starting room with detailed background information, this will give participants a good grounding in how, why and when to start their own seedlings. https://youtu.be/2mgKiMdnxnE
Indoor Worm Composting WorkshopCooking more meals at home means more food waste! Indoor worm composters can convert your unwanted food scraps into nutrient-rich fertilizer soil that can be used to liven up the soil in your house plant and garden beds. Indoor worm composting is a great option for those that do not have organic waste collection. Join Live Green Toronto for an introductory class on indoor worm composting and how you can start one of your own! https://youtu.be/picA9KgvoWU

Did you miss Bob Wildfong’s Seed Saving presentation?

Watch it anytime here!

Learn how to save your own flower, vegetable, and herb seeds. Bob Wildfong, Horticultural Specialist at the Region of Waterloo Museums and Executive Director of Seeds of Diversity Canada will lead you through all the steps of harvesting, drying, and storing seeds for successful home seed saving.