Save Your Own Seeds – Kay Baxter Koanga
The basics of everything you need to know to save all your own seeds are based on 30 years of experience in New Zealand conditions and situations. Written by Kay Baxter, co-founder of the Koanga Institute.
We need to cultivate the humility that the soil makes us, we do not make the soil, and we can only serve her process of making life. We are the seeds – the seeds are us. Dr. Vandana Shiva
I am donating all profits from the sale of Koanga seeds and publications straight back to them, as an acknowledgement of the hard work they have done for our community over the past 30+ years!
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“Seed saving used to be one of the most important jobs there was – our ancestors survived because they saved the seeds that could be depended on to nourish people. Over the past 60 years we’ve left seed saving to the multinationals whose Kaupapa is to return money to their shareholders – rather than one of nourishing people.” Kay Baxter
Kay has been a gardener for as long as she can remember. She is well known as the founder of the Koanga Institute, a charitable trust dedicated to saving our heirloom food plants and supporting gardeners to use them in their lives again.
60 pages. Koanga Institute Booklet written by Kay Baxter.
KOANGA is the home of New Zealand’s largest heritage food plant collection.
Their goal is to inspire and support your journey in regenerative living. Read our blog post for more information or look at their website for more seeds and heaps of educational material.
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