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eNewsletter for April 18, 2017

  
SEED: The Untold Story on PBS!
 
The seed movement is spreading to your living room! Don't miss the television debut of the award-winning documentary SEED: The Untold Story. If you've not yet seen this groundbreaking film, now's your chance. Invite some friends and make it an event!
 
Monday, April 17th, up until May 1st
 
SEED explores the hidden fabric of our food and the people that painstakingly and meticulously curate its diversity, in an era of climate uncertainty and immense corporate power.
 
The film features Executive Director Bill McDorman both in his role at Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance and a southwest seed conservation organization.  
 
LATE BREAKING NEWS: Bill is headed down to Phoenix from the Verde Valley to guest on the Arizona PBS show Arizona Horizon with Ted Simons. They will try to squeeze him in tonight to discuss the making of SEED: The Untold Story and Bill's involvement in it. If not, they will tape a segment and air it soon.  Stay tuned.
 
 
Join Us for a Free Q&A on Seed School Online
 
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We'll be taking your questions live about our new self-paced Seed School Online course TONIGHT Tuesday, April 18th. Learn about how this guided journey into seed saving can help enrich your life, enliven your garden, or launch your new seed business!
 
Seed School Online Q&A with RMSA's Bill McDorman and Urban Farm U's Greg Peterson Click here to participate. Everyone invited.
Tuesday, April 18th
6:00 p.m. MST
 
Now you can take Seed School Online as a downloadable, pre-recorded course for a special low price—just $47!
 
7 modules of in-depth seed knowledge
• Self-paced learning
• Engaging visuals and hands-on activities
 
Dive into seed knowledge and help shift the food paradigm. Click here to learn more and get started!
 
 
Round-Up We Can Support!
 
caringcentHave you ever been to a store such as Goodwill and they ask if you want to round up your purchase amount? Now you can do this with Rocky Mountain Seed Up. We are excited to be a participating nonprofit with CaringCent—a fresh new way to support your favorite charities. When you sign up with CaringCent and choose RMSA as your preferred nonprofit, all of your credit or debit card purchases get rounded up to the nearest dollar. This "round up" donation goes to RMSA at the end of each month!
 
You can put a cap on the monthly amount. Then just go about your normal business, knowing that a few cents from each purchase you make are helping build seed resiliency in our Rocky Mountain communities. That's some "Round-Up" we can support!

Learn more and sign up at CaringCent's website.

Stay Connected with RMSAheart_of_idaho

For questions regarding seed saving and current seed news, contact Bill McDorman: bill@rockymountainseeds.org

For questions about seed vaulting or seed libraries, contact John Caccia: 
jc@rockymountainseeds.org

For general inquiries, contact Belle Starr: belle@rockymountainseeds.org

For questions about the Seed Stewards program contact Lee-Ann Hill:
Lee-Ann@rockymountainseeds.org
 

928-300-7989 | www.rockymountainseeds.org

Stay up to date with current seed news by checking in regularly with the RMSA Facebook page.
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PO Box 4736
Ketchum, ID 83340
United States

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