The Art of Seed Saving With “The Seed Huntress”
Monday, September 21, 2020
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Please join us as we welcome Sefra Alexandra “The Seed Huntress” as she discusses the art of saving seeds.
This program will take place on Zoom. All registrants will be emailed the link.
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About The Presenter
Sefra Alexandra “The Seed Huntress,” is an endurance race ethnobotanist on a perennial expedition to save the seeds of our wild + cultivated lands. She has fortified community seed banks internationally on island nations after natural disasters, conducted fieldwork in the South Pacific as a Genebank Impacts Fellow for the Crop Trust, hunted for rare endangered seeds for Seeds of Success in Idaho, revived the local allium heirloom The Southport Globe Onion by starting a seed library and is now the lead of CT NOFA’s pollinator health initiative The Ecotype Project. She has just returned from the inaugural BOATanical Expedition- an 87 mile canoe journey down the Quinnitukqut (Connecticut) River- planting 500 native plants in pollinator gardens as she “paddled for the pollinators!” Sefra Alexandra is a WINGS WorldQuest Flag Carrier, member of the Explorers Club + holds her M.A.T. in Agroecology from Cornell University.