Category Archives: Events

Registration Closes Today for our 10-Year Celebration

Just a quick note to remind you that registration for our 10-year anniversary celebration closes tonight at midnight.┬áTo tantalize your taste buds, we’ve posted the menu, which is largely made up of local ingredients generously donated by farmers we partner … Continue reading

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Helping Growers Address Climate Risks in Seed Production

Last Saturday OSA hosted an organic seed training in Mount Vernon, Washington, for 40 participants, half of whom were Spanish-speaking. It was the first workshop that OSA has conducted with a translator. The training provided the basics of seed saving … Continue reading

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You’re Invited to OSA’s 10-Year Anniversary Celebration

On Saturday, October 26th we’ll gather for an evening of local food, music, art and the company of friends who have taken part in growing Organic Seed Alliance from an idea to a vibrant organization that is successfully addressing the … Continue reading

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Olympia, WA Training to Teach Farmers Risk Management Strategies in Seed

Organic Seed Alliance (OSA) will deliver a training to help vegetable growers mitigate climatic risks in Northwest seed production on November 6, 2013, in Olympia, Washington. The training will take place on Common Ground Farm and The Evergreen State College. … Continue reading

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An Autumn Letter from Our Director

This year, OSA celebrates a landmark anniversary. It’s hard to believe that after ten years we have already established ourselves as the primary organization in the U.S. working to expand a national organic seed system through regional models of collaborative … Continue reading

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