Seeds are a connection between the past and the future. When you save seed from one crop, you anticipate planting, growing and harvesting more food in the future. But seed can be more -- it can connect us to our heritage.

Seeds are a connection between the past and the future. When you save seed from one crop, you anticipate planting, growing and harvesting more food in the future. But seed can be more -- it can connect us to our heritage.

The Albert County Museum is embarking on an exciting project to bring the past to life through food, seeds and stories. We will celebrate the history of Atlantic Canada while strengthening cultural bonds for the future.

Note, throughout spring and summer of 2017, we will continue to update the garden pages. 

Do you have seeds or garden stories to share? If so, please fill out the form below.

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This project is funded in part by the Government of Canada.

This project is funded in part by the Government of Canada.