Category Archives: Events

A Letter From Our Director

Inspirational. Professional. Scientific. These are just a few words used by participants to describe our 7th Organic Seed Growers Conference held in Corvallis, Oregon, this past January. (Read more reviews and highlights here.) Thanks again to our generous sponsors as well as … Continue reading

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Seed and Plant Exchange to be Held March 29th

Farmers and gardeners are invited to join OSA’s Jared Zystro and share rare and locally grown seeds, starts, and plants at the upcoming Humboldt Permaculture Guild’s 16th Annual Seed and Plant Exchange. The exchange is taking place on Saturday, March … Continue reading

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Tasting Cabbage and Talking Seed

OSA hosted a variety tasting and discussion as part of last week’s Farmer-Fisher-Chef Connection (F2C2) in Seattle, Washington. OSA convened food growers, buyers, and eaters at the event to taste test six varieties of winter cabbage and discuss breeding and seed … Continue reading

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Community Reading with John Navazio in Port Townsend

Join John Navazio of Organic Seed Alliance and Washington State University at the Port Townsend Public Library for a discussion about the ongoing work to grow food locally with seed developed for the PNW region. John will also be speaking … Continue reading

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Proceedings from 7th Organic Seed Growers Conference Available

The official proceedings from the 7th Organic Seed Growers Conference held January 30 – February 1, 2014, in Corvallis, Oregon, are now available for free download from OSA’s website. Read scientific papers, how-to instructions, and overviews of presentations delivered by our … Continue reading

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