Collective Footprints

This spring when I set off to beautiful British Columbia I had packed in my suitcase a seed stock of every kind of veggie you can think of. Lettuce, spinach, broccoli, tomatoes, beans, cabbage, corn, pumpkin, watermelon, the list goes on. I’ve never had my own garden but had established this collection over the last few years, harvesting them from my parents gardens, working with an organic seed distributor, and some bought in stores. I got them started early in little trays on the deck of my cabin.


When I moved from my cabin at the end of May, things were starting to burst out of their pots and I was grateful for a little garden space at my next place. But I knew that for all the things I had started, there wasn’t enough room, so I put them in larger containers in case I had to give some away.

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