Across the country, people are reclaiming seed as a public resource for local food and gardening communities. We encourage you to start your own seed project, and keep the momentum growing.
Seed Matters has partnered with Seed Savers Exchange to improve our Community Seed Resources programs. Free educational resource guides are available and you can apply for your own Seed Toolkit. You can also apply for a mentorship and get assistance for your community seed project from an experienced seed saver. For more information visit Seed Saver Exchange.