There are two drawbacks, however: they must be picked up in person and don't have distribution sites everywhere; and the wait list is more than a year in some areas. But still, free seeds are free seeds.
On the other hand, they accept donations if you have the money to spend and want to help a great cause. Or, alternatively, you can just donate some of your own seeds to people in need or start your own community seed distribution center! I just think this is such an amazing idea. Has anyone else heard of this or similar organizations?
________________________________________________________________________________________ As seed savers our goal is to help you learn how to save and exchange local seeds and use a wider range of vegetable and fruit seeds in your garden to improve your families nutrition. Seed prices have gone up in recent years, simultaneously the number of seeds in a store bought seed packet has fallen--often there are as few as 25 seeds in a packet of commercial seeds. Please visit my site perhaps I can help out with some of my seeds that I have in stock. I don't have enought to supply farmers. My organization that I recently started trades via mail! We are non-profit so again always FREE non-GMO Seeds.
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