MOBILE SEED STORY BROADCASTING STATION


The Mobile Seed Story Broadcasting Station is an old bread truck that has been retrofitted into a solar-powered, grassroots roving, seed story shout-out vehicle committed to examining the inter-connections between people, seeds and agri-culture, through the performance, listening, and sharing of seed stories.


It began in 2012, with a cross-country tour of seed libraries, from New Mexico to Vermont. Hosting public events with these seedy partners, as well as at farmers’ markets, community gardens, with arts organizations, and guerilla street-side, the Mobile Seed Story Broadcasting Station gathered seed stories via audio interviews and broadcast these along with seed sovereignty materials through the mobile van and the internet.


The Broadcasting Station houses several multi-media systems for playing seed stories in the public: exterior speakers, interior tablets, and video monitors. It also has an interactive bulletin board and copy center, which people can use to collect seed information to take home. The bulletin board also acts as a display area where participants can post drawings, writings, thoughts, and pictures of their own. A library of books is available about seed saving, agri-culture, and seed freedom for everyone to use. Seeds from Fodder Project Collaborative Research Farm are on display for people to look at, touch, and listen to. Usually there are seeds to share too!

We are now touring the Southwest. Check out our Mobile Seed Story Broadcasting Station inter-webs, blog, seed stories, and seed resources to learn more! 

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Blog :  http://seedbroadcast.blogspot.com/

Seed Story Broadcast: https://soundcloud.com/seedbroadcast

And contact us if you would like to participate or host a SeedBroadcasting event in your area.

AND...here are a few of the amazing seed stories to hear!

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