Help Us Cultivate a Resilient Food System

Just like seed, sometimes the biggest impact comes from the tiniest resource. Can you help OSA cultivate a resilient food system that includes diverse seed stakeholders and organically bred varieties with a tax-deductible donation today? 

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Registration Now Open for the 8th Organic Seed Growers Conference

Registration is now open for the 8th Organic Seed Growers Conference to be held February 4 - 6, 2016 in Corvallis, Oregon. We are currently offering conference sponsorship opportunities. What is it all about? Here's what our participants' have to say about this one-of-a-kind gathering (video below or click here).




Autumn Newsletter: Cultivating Resilience

Adapting to changing climates, environmental conditions, and the needs of our farmers and the people they feed can and should begin with seed. There's much work to do to establish resiliency in our local ecologies, communities, and economies -- but, together, we're making progress. 

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Organic Seed Alliance advances the ethical development and stewardship of the genetic resources of agricultural seed. We believe seed is part of our common cultural heritage – a living, natural resource that demands careful management to meet food needs now and into the future. We accomplish our mission through research, education, and advocacy. Learn more about OSA here.

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"Organic Seed Alliance's work is crucial, and helps farmers regain control of their seed supply to ensure a more resilient food system. OSA is creating an organic seed system to better serve the interests of organic growers."


Hanako Myers and Marko Colby

Midori Farm

Port Townsend, Washington

Seed Broadcast
November 18, 2015
Nation’s Largest Organic Seed Conference to Take Place in Oregon this February
Organic Seed Alliance (OSA), along with co-hosts Washington State University, Oregon State University, and eOrganic, will hold the 8th Organic Seed Growers Conference in Corvallis, Oregon, from February...

November 4, 2015
Help Us Cultivate a Resilient Food System
As the climate changes and our farms experience increasingly severe drought, storms, pests, and disease, we're actually being handed a tremendous learning opportunity. By knocking our food systems off...