Green Thumbs, Green Minds is dedicated to increasing library usage and community involvement, food independence in Alameda, transmission of knowledge from one generation to the next, and the diversity of edible plant life and nurturing strains suited to A
Mora's purpose is to save and share seeds that have been adapted to the area, as well as to educate those who have little experience in the art of saving seeds. Protecting resources and keeping the seed stock safe from genetically modified seeds is one
The Alpine Garden Society was founded in 1929 with the aim of promoting an interest in all aspects of alpine plants, rock gardening and rock garden plants, in fact any small hardy plants and bulbs, their cultivation in rock gardens and plant conservation
Since 1959, the American Horticultural Society has sponsored and coordinated a seed exchange among its members so that gardeners throughout the United States have an opportunity to try growing a wide variety of new and heirloom plants.
Dates: multiple conferences and meeting throughout the year // Submit ASAP Founded in 1883, the American Seed Trade Association (ASTA) is one of the oldest trade organizations in the United States. Its membership consists of over 700 companies involv
ARCHE NOAH was established in 1990 on the initiative of heirloom - gardeners, farmers and journalists, concerned with the future of seeds and heirloom varieties.
Random thoughts from Jere Gettle and the Baker Creek family. 1650 Heirloom Seed Varieties. Working to save good food.
Seeds will be available for local gardeners and farmers to
“check out” with the agreement that they grow them out and
collect some of the seed to return to the library.
The Bay Area Seed Interchange Library (BASIL) is a library of vegetable, herb, and flower seeds freely available to the public.
The 7th Street Community Garden offers plots free of charge to people interested in growing their own produce but who lack a suitable location at their home. Water is available at the site and tools are shared by the users.
Broome County Public Library - We're more than you know!
The Bud Werner Library offers educational events to support gardeners in planting, growing, harvesting, and saving seeds.
Part of the Canastota Library in New York!
The Chico Seed Lending Library (CSLL) is making it easier for our community to be involved with our seed lending program!
Common Soil strives to provide a space where local gardeners, farmers and library patrons can share open-pollinated seeds, as well as develop awareness and gain information about gardening and seed saving.
The Demeter Seed Project of UC Santa Cruz is a student-run, non-profit organization of local farmers and gardeners who believe in the importance of preserving the genetic heritage of our food.
Seeds of Diversity works with members and volunteers to preserve the biodiversity in our food system by saving and protecting plants, seeds and pollinators.
Since 1784, the D. Landreth Seed Company has been providing its customers with one of the most extensive selections of fine lawn and garden seeds in the world.
The East Palo Alto Seed Library is a project in partnership with the East Palo Alto Library to make high quality, organic seeds for year round gardening available to members of the Backyard Gardener Network and home food producers in our community.
Ely's mission is to build our community through the sharing of open pollinated seeds, provide education on seed saving techniques, and create a forum for discourse on the relevancy of local food systems to our community.
Seed Savers Exchange is a non-profit, 501(c)(3), member supported organization that saves and shares the heirloom seeds of our garden heritage, forming a living legacy that can be passed down through generations.
Seed bank that provides seeds especially designed to adapt to Northeast climates.
Farm - organic veggies and herbs. CSA, seeds, seedlings. Seed producer, grower, bird watcher, insect lover, mother, food and garden geek
Heirloom, Untreated, Open-Pollinated Seeds for Sustainable Growing A Project of Ecology Action. All of our Seeds are Open-Pollinated (Non-GMO, Seed-Saver Friendly).
In support of our mission, we maintain on average a stock of over 300,000 local trees, shrubs, vines, forbs, grasses, and ferns.
Come to the Hall Middle School Seed Lending Library, located in the Hall library, and “borrow” seeds for free!