USC Canada, a non-profit organization focused on establishing programs in food security, climate change and more, has teamed up with eight Canadian musicians to promote seeds as the foundation of food systems. As the saying goes, "From a small seed a mighty trunk may grow." With this in mind, USC Canada's aim to bring awareness to this often overlooked food source is admirable and important.
With the help of Amy Millan, Tim Baker, Leslie Feist, Jim Cuddy, Tim Kingsbury, Bruce Cockburn, Ian Thornley and Sam Roberts, USC Canada is encouraging people to become a seed saver through a few easy steps. This includes supporting seed diversity through the food eaten, planting a variety of interesting seeds from local seed producers and simply learning more about the world of seed
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Musicians Team Up with USC Canada to Promote a Healthy Food System
- By: Meghan YoungFeb 12, 2015