Bridging Generational Practices
This article is part of the second issue of "The Sauce - on food, community and inspirations", a theme-based journazine, with SEEDS as the theme for this second issue. The inaugural issue on SOIL has a print and online edition available here.
This article is written by Rachel Wong in participation of Pages' Community Writing Workshop for the Seeds Issue, based on an interview by Vivian Lee on 22 April 2021, with Xintong from Serukam Farm, Sungai Petani, Malaysia and with further research. Images by Thomas Lim. Illustrations by Madhu Giri. Check out where Xintong and Serukam Farm are located on this map, along with other practitioners, gardens, farms and seed-saving spaces!
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