– Julie Puhich of Common Ground Farm
OSA’s work responds to the needs of organic farmers. We lead the nation in training farmers and other seed professionals in skills necessary to safeguard biological diversity, expand choice in the organic seed marketplace, and protect seed integrity and the rights of farmers. Our work is especially critical in the face of troubling trends in the seed industry, including concentrated market power and limited choice for organic farmers.
Ensuring an organic food future begins with protecting and expanding the fundamental resource of seed. We cannot accomplish this important work without the support of community members like you. Please contribute with a tax-deductible donation today. Or consider giving on behalf of someone you care for this holiday season. Visit www.seedalliance.org to learn more. And be sure to check out our new T-shirts and hats when you give $50 or more!