Farm to Fork Wyoming is a television show on PBS Wyoming that travels the state to learn from eclectic thinkers and ingenious growers, ranchers and experts about food and agriculture trends. The latest episode, “Seed Savers,” features OSA’s Tessa Peters, who leads our research and education in the Intermountain West. While attending the High Plains Organic Conference in Cheyenne this past February, Tessa sat down with Farm to Fork Wyoming producers to talk about seed saving and the seed industry, and the role farmers play in stewarding diversity. Watch this informative episode below for yourself and see how Wyoming farmers and other community members are reviving the essential practice of saving seed.
Kristina (Kiki) Hubbard is the director of advocacy and communications for Organic Seed Alliance. She currently leads efforts to promote policies and actions that support organic seed systems, including managing OSA’s State of Organic Seed project.