The Seed Garden – the Art and Practice of Seed Saving has been named one of the top five gardening books published in North America in 2015. The award is given annually by the American Horticultural Society (AHS).Read More
Do you ever wonder how your investment is used at Seed Savers Exchange? How your donation or membership has an impact for the greater good? Meet Lori.
“I grow heirloom tomatoes, and this year, in honor of my 50th birthday, I grew 50 varieties and I got probably a third of them from a Seed Savers Exchange member who had seeds in the Yearbook. I talk about this place all the time and have become known in the community as someone who grows heirlooms.”Read More
If you’re a fan of Seed Savers Exchange, you’ve probably heard that we’re celebrating our 40th anniversary this year. We hope you will join us in our celebrations by saving seeds. Why put in the effort? Let this list convince you.Read More
The Seed Garden: The Art and Practice of Seed Saving is now available! With over 300 color photographs, simple lessons, master classes, and over 75 crop profiles, this long-awaited resource is sure to provide guidance for new and seasoned seed savers. Here's a reminder of what's inside. Don't forget to order your copy!Read More
Over 200 community gardens are present in Flint. The adoption of the city’s first long-range master plan in over 50 years is invigorating community gardening and urban agriculture enthusiasts with the mapping of “Green Innovation” areas and “Green Neighborhoods.” The Flint Seed Democracy is hoping to keep crops for food and seed firmly rooted in the local climate and economy.Read More
Saving seeds from your home garden is easier than it may seem, but never underestimate the power of having the right tools for the job. Here are some of our favorite tools for beginning backyard seed savers and an explanation of how to use them.Read More
If you have winter squash in your garden that are ready to be harvested, these simple steps can help you store them a bit longer so that you can delay processing, seed saving, and pie making until later in the winter when you’ve worked your way through your less patient produce.Read More
Recently, state governments in Pennsylvania and Maryland have intervened to prevent the free distribution of home-saved vegetable seeds through public seed libraries in their states, citing legislation meant to regulate the commercial sale of seeds.
At Seed Savers Exchange, we feel that these actions are misguided and overzealous.Read More