It's time to order your seeds for fall planting and I just discovered the perfect place to do so. Seed Savers Exchange is known by some as "the anti-Monsanto." I'm already interested in learning more. What about you? According to an ad I read, they got their nickname because they have a public domain seed bank housing over 20,000 varieties of heirloom and open-pollinated seeds. These seeds can be saved and grown again, a process that goes back thousands of years. Take that Monsanto!
A grass-roots organization, Seed Savers Exchange understands the importance of the biodiversity of life and food. This charitable organization believes that caring for seeds is the same as caring for the earth -- it is for the benefit of future generations.
You can order a free catalog by clicking here. All of their seeds are untreated, non-GMO varieties.
Check out this short 3 1/2 minute video to learn more about this non-profit, earth-loving organization: