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, and, ultimately, protecting and expanding not just the diversity of seed available to farmers, but the knowledge necessary for stewarding seed now and into the future.
In the report you’ll read that our research is resulting in finished varieties that were bred under organic conditions and in partnership with organic farmers and public plant breeders. You’ll also read about our education efforts this year, including the release of seven new publications and a record turnout at our Organic Seed Growers Conference. There’s so much more to tell you, but I’ll let you read it for yourself.
Thanks, as always, for your support — whether that’s helping us spread the word about our work or sending us a donation today.