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Seed Savers Exchange
Seeds Savers Exchange

Seed Savers Exchange is a nonprofit
organization that saves and shares the
heirloom seeds of our garden heritage,
forming a living legacy that can be passed
down through generations. When people grow and save seeds, they join an ancient tradition as stewards, nurturing our diverse, fragile, genetic and cultural heritage. Our organization is saving the world’s diverse, but endangered, garden heritage for future generations by building a network of people committed to collecting, conserving and sharing heirloom seeds and plants, while educating people about the value of genetic and cultural diversity. Few gardeners comprehend the true scope of their garden heritage or how much is in immediate danger of being lost forever.

Sow Organic Seeds
Sow Organic Seeds

Featuring a seed catalog that presents a diverse collection of certified organic, open pollinated, non-hybrid, non-GMO garden seeds along with credible science and information so that over time our catalog will serve as an interactive repository of knowledge for our journey back to the garden. (And, here’s a link to the Life Sciences page on the site that features several articles by
Dr. Alan Kapuler. You can also watch a fascinating movie of Kapuler in our Video section.)

Seeds of Change gardens
Seeds of Change

Our mission: to help preserve biodiversity and promote sustainable, organic agriculture. We do this by cultivating and disseminating an extensive range of open-pollinated, organically grown, heirloom and traditional vegetable, flower and herb seeds. We seek out traditional varieties from the Americas and treasured heirlooms from abroad, many of which are in danger of being lost due to the rapid consolidation within the seed industry and the decline of indigenous agriculture and seed-saving knowledge. (Co-founded by Dr. Alan Kapuler in 1989)

Edible Forest Gardens Edible Forest Gardens

We are dedicated to offering inspiring and practical information on the vision, ecology, design, and stewardship of perennial polycultures of multipurpose plants in small-scale settings. Picture yourself in a forest where almost everything around you is food. Mature and maturing fruit and nut trees form an open canopy. If you look carefully, you can see fruits swelling on many branches — pears, apples, persimmons, pecans, and chestnuts. Shrubs fill the gaps in the canopy. They bear raspberries, blueberries, currants, hazelnuts, and other lesser-known fruits, flowers, and nuts at different times of the year. Assorted native wildflowers, wild edibles, herbs, and perennial vegetables thickly cover the ground. You use many of these plants for food or medicine. Some attract beneficial insects, birds, and butterflies.

MVOIA Maharishi Vedic Organic Agriculture Institute

Our purpose: to enlivening Natural Law in agriculture to provide the world with supremely pure, nourishing food. The Institute’s principal goals are to promote and certify pure Vedic Organic food — food that is not only free from harmful chemical residues and genetic modification, but food that is lively in the full intelligence that Nature offers. The Vedic gardening method also includes technologies of consciousness: nourishing the farmer from within.
 

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