Author Archives: Kristina Hubbard

Join Us in Advocating for Seed Stewards

Farmers who save and improve seed are innovators in their own right. Their seed decisions impact the quality of the food we eat, the health of our environment, and the diversity of seed available for future generations. Yet too much of our … Continue reading

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OSA to Host Symposium on Regional Plant Breeding Needs

  Announcement Follows Report that Identifies Severe Gaps in Public Breeding Infrastructure Organic Seed Alliance (OSA) has announced that it will host a symposium this spring to identify opportunities and priorities for advancing organic plant breeding in the Pacific Northwest. … Continue reading

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Which Non-GMO Silage Corn is Best for Your Farm?

Arcata, CA – Organic Seed Alliance (OSA) has published a report that details results from a silage corn variety trial. The trials were conducted in the North Coast of California to help the region’s farmers identify which organic and other … Continue reading

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New Sweet Corn Variety for Organic Farmers Hits Marketplace

The variety is the first in a series of open-pollinated sweet corn releases Organic Seed Alliance and the University of Wisconsin–Madison are proud to announce the release of a new sweet corn variety called ‘Who Gets Kissed?’. The open-pollinated variety … Continue reading

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Give Thanks for Organic Seed and for those Who Breed It!

This post by Organic Seed Alliance was originally published by the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition. It is part of a blog series devoted to exploring the importance of seed to sustainable food and farming systems. To read the first post … Continue reading

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