Category Archives: Organic Plant Breeding

Are You a Farmer Seed Steward?

Farmers who save and improve seed are innovators in their own right. Their seed decisions and practices impact the quality and integrity of the food we eat, the health of our environment, and the viability of this invaluable natural resource. Farmers … 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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Organic Seed Growers Conference Webinars Now Available

Webinars from Organic Seed Alliance’s (OSA) 7th Organic Seed Growers Conference are now available for viewing. The archived series can be found on eOrganic’s YouTube channel at http://bit.ly/1iXoUbO. The webinar series was live streamed from the conference earlier this month … Continue reading

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Year in Review: Education Services Nearly Double

This year OSA nearly doubled its educational services, providing lectures or trainings at 45 events representing 10 states. More than 3,100 participants attended these events (one-third were farmers). OSA is seen as the prominent leader in delivering education on farm-based … Continue reading

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New Publication Helps Seed Producers Address Climatic Risks

Organic Seed Alliance (OSA) is pleased to announce the release of Climatic Considerations for Seed Crops: Guidelines and Field Trainings for Organic and Specialty Vegetable Seed Producers. The guide focuses on organic and specialty seed production in the Northwest, and … Continue reading

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