Learn about our most recent successes thanks to the contributions of supporters like you. In 2015, OSA broke ground at a farm in Chimacum, Washington, to serve as a new research hub for dozens of variety trials and organic plant breeding projects, and to produce organic seed. We co-published a new seed-saving book in partnership with Seed Savers Exchange and released five reports that help growers identify varieties that do well on organic farms. We also hosted our first California Seed Summit and traveled to Washington, DC, to advocate for policies that protect and advance organic seed. Read on to learn more.