Category Archives: Seed Industry

OSA Hosts First-Ever California Organic Seed Summit

Organic Seed Alliance recently hosted the first-ever California Organic Seed Summit at Rudolf Steiner College in Fair Oaks. The purpose was to convene organic seed growers and organic seed companies to not just learn from each other, but to create a plan … Continue reading

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The Seed Garden: The Art & Practice of Seed Saving

We’re thrilled to announce that a new text for seed savers will be available this spring — in time for the growing season! — thanks to a collaboration between Seed Savers Exchange and Organic Seed Alliance. Together we’ve written and edited … Continue reading

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Celebrating Our Big, Bold Organic Community

OSA staff recently returned from the Organicology conference in Portland, Oregon, where more than 1,000 people representing all sectors of the organic food chain gathered to discuss – and further create together – a vision for growing the organic sector … Continue reading

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Looking Back on OSA’s Successes in 2014

I’m excited to share our annual report with you today, which includes some of our most important successes in 2014. We are making tremendous progress in building regional seed systems, monitoring the state of organic seed at a national level, … 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 UPDATE (2/26/15): This symposium will now be hosted February of 2016 in conjunction with our 8th Organic Seed Growers Conference. Organic Seed Alliance (OSA) has announced that it … Continue reading

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