Category Archives: Seed and Story

Farmer Seed Stewardship: Theresa and Dan Podoll

Prairie Road Organic Seed Theresa and Dan Podoll Fullerton, North Dakota Theresa and Dan Podoll stand out as pioneers of organic seed production in the Northern Plains. Though they describe themselves as “isolated” in their region, farming near Fullerton, North … Continue reading

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Oregon Legislators Should Vote ‘Yes’ on HB 2427

I grew up working and playing in the Oregon countryside next to fields of broccoli, corn, beets, and beans. Strawberry picking was my first job at age 12, as soon as I could get my social security card. I spent … Continue reading

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OSA’s 2012 Annual Report

As the year draws to a close, we extend our gratitude for your partnership and support. Thanks to you, we expanded into new regions in 2012 — educating more farmers, developing more organic varieties, and impacting more seed policy. A … Continue reading

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Seed Matters Announces New Website & Projects

Our friends at Seed Matters have a number of exciting announcements this week. For starters, the initiative formally launched its website — a beautiful, interactive contribution to the seed community and broader organic food and agriculture conversation, serving as a … Continue reading

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Need a Holiday Gift for the ‘Seed Heads’ in Your Life?

OSA’s Dr. John Navazio has completed a new book on vegetable seed production. The book is published by Chelsea Green and is now available. You can order your copy here. The Organic Seed Grower is a comprehensive manual for the … Continue reading

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