The Southern Ontario Seed Strategy

A collective has formed to strategize ways that we can help preserve native plants and their seeds in southern Ontario. We gather monthly in ethical space to work together on developing a seed strategy for southern Ontario through knowledge sharing, discussion, and working groups. The collective development of a draft strategy is to be completed by early 2024.

We are guided by diverse perspectives and shared interests to

  • Respect the autonomy of native plants and the essential work they do
  • Cultivate native plants to heal the land
  • Learn from each other
  • Save species and ecological relationships
  • Invest in life through an ethical restoration economy

To learn more about ethical and safe space, view Carolinian Canada's commitment, expectations, and resources for creating ethical and safe spaces at

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