Organic Seed Organizations
Carolina Farm Stewardship Association is a non-profit membership organization of over 750 farmers, processors, gardeners, consumers, researchers, organizations, and businesses in North and South Carolina who are committed to creating a sustainable agriculture system through the development and promotion of local and organic farms and distribution systems. Their mission is to support and expand local and organic agriculture in the Carolinas by inspiring, educating, and organizing farmers and consumers.
Organic Seed Resource Guide
An excellent resource for seed growing professionals and researchers in Oregon and Washington.
BC Seeds is a project of Farm Folk/City Folk to encourage seed saving, support BC based Seed companies and provide a space for knowledge and seed exchange.
Kitchen Gardeners International
Kitchen Gardeners International is a 501c3 nonprofit founded in Maine, USA with friends from around the world. Our mission is to empower individuals, families, and communities to achieve greater levels of food self-reliance through the promotion of kitchen gardening, home-cooking, and sustainable local food systems. In doing so, KGI seeks to connect, serve, and expand the global community of people who grow some of their own food.
The Kohala Center's Hawai'i State Public Seed Initiative, "Hua Ka Hua - Restore Our Seed," is the "home base" for Hawai'i-wide communication and a source of knowledge for growing, selecting, drying, and saving high-quality open pollinated seed. This initiative grew from the "Hua Ka Hua Restore Our Seed Public Seed Symposium" that OSA helped organize in April of 2010.
Native Seeds/SEARCH is a non-profit organization that seeks to preserve the crop seeds that connect Native American cultures to their lands.
Northern Plains Sustainable Agriculture Society is a nonprofit membership organization, that is committed to the development of a more sustainable society through the promotion of ecologically sound, socially just, and economically viable food systems.
Oregon Tilth Organic Seed Project's mission is to conserve biodiversity and increase bioregional food security by improving the availability and quality of organic seeds through research and education, capacity-building, and member advocacy.
Organic Producer Magazine is a national magazine committed to reporting on subjects pertinent to organic producers.
Organic Seed Partnership
The Organic Seed Sourcing Service, a project of Save Our Seed, is addressing one of the most daunting problems among organic producers. By making readily available their access to comprehensive seed dealer databases, they are able to quickly and easily providing lists of available organic seeds to growers with specific requests.
Restoring Our Seed
Save Our Seed has several excellent seed publications, including papers on Brassica, bean, and tomato seed production, to name only a few.
Saving Our Seeds provides information, resources, and publications for gardeners, farmers, seed savers, and seed growers with a focus on the Mid-Atlantic and South.
Seed Savers Exchange is a nonprofit organization that saves and shares the heirloom seeds of our garden heritage, forming a living legacy that can be passed down through generations. When people grow and save seeds, they join an ancient tradition as stewards, nurturing our diverse, fragile, genetic and cultural heritage.
Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture is a beautiful non-profit farm, educational center and restaurant in the heart of Westchester County. Their mission is to demonstrate, teach and promote sustainable, community-based food production. This link has a reading list for organic farmers.