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A vendor with tomato plants at Sooke
A vendor with tomato plants at Sooke's Seedy Saturday
— image credit: Britt Santowski

Seedy Saturday, held this past weekend at the Sooke Community Hall was a huge success.

 

The event, hosted by the Sooke Region Food CHI,  was held to raise awareness and provide information on growing your own food. Plants and seed starts were traded and sold.

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