Listen to an interview with Jacob Kearey-Moreland, an organizer with Occupy Gardens Toronto that held a Seed Exchange outside the Toronto Stock Exchange on Monday.
From their Facebook page:
A growing collective of gardeners plotting to plant & tend food gardens all over the city, and share the produce with all who are hungry.
Inspired by the Occupy Movement, Occupy Gardens Toronto represents the next step in our (vegetable) stand against inequality, corporate corruption and greed, growing hunger and the destruction of life itself.
The FOOD tent at Occupy Toronto was one of our greatest success stories, serving hundreds of people free meals every day. Now it’s time we start think about and plotting out the future, imagine the possibilities if we all grew together.
Check their Facebook page (Occupy Gardens Toronto) for regular updates, on twitter @OccupyGardensTO or join our mailing list – email [email protected].
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