Traditions live on at Mohawk Seedkeeper’s Gardens annual seed give-away

By Lynda Powless Editor For the daughters of Mohawk Seedkeeper Terrylyn Brant the 9th annual seed exchange Saturday wasn’t just about exchanging seeds. It was about keeping their mother’s work alive and remembering her. Her daughters Theda, Tawnya, Dakota, Jesse Brant and their families got together to re-open the Mohawk Seedkeeper’s Gardens and Earthship at “Frogpond’ Saturday and the teachings that their mother instilled in them. Cars line the roadway when parking ran out on the property. People came from Guelph to Niagara to Toronto to be part of the re-opening. They had a number of workshops on garden design, clay pollinators even the planting of trees, but for those attending it was a time to remember. “Everyone said they were happy to be here and wanted to talk about mom,”…

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