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Crowdfunding for a Traditional Heirloom Seed Garden  RSS feed

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Hi everyone!

I am currently an intern at a small peasant association called Eco Ruralis in Romania. In various ways we support peasant rights' to practice sustainable agriculture, especially the right to use and multiply traditional seeds. Next year we want to establish a large traditional heirloom seed garden, one that that saves and distributes as many traditional seeds as humanly possible. In order to make this happen we have launched a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo, and we would appreciate your help! Please visit the site to find out more about our plan, see our promotional video and donate if you have the means (any amount is fine). The campaign is on between December 1 and January 10, and tomorrow, December 3, it's Giving Tuesday which means that Indiegogo will contribute 1$ for every 20$ donated. You may also claim one or more of the perks we offer based on the amount you donate, for example pins, traditional seeds of different kinds or a shoulder-bag. Also, it would be great if you could spread the word about the campaign to anyone who might be interested.

Here is the link to the campaign:

Thanks in advance for your help!

Josefin Smeds,

MSc in International Development and Management, Lund University, Sweden
Intern, Eco Ruralis - Supporting traditional and organic peasant farming, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
+40 75 375 63 52
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