Share the Seed would like to thank Southern Exposure Seed Exchange for their generous donation of starter seeds for the members of the project in 2014. The seed from SESE allows our members to start their seed saving efforts with pure, high-quality seed!
In addition to a catalog containing over 700 open-pollinated heirloom varieties of fruits, vegetables, grains, cover crops, and other specialty items, Southern Exposure Seed Exchange is “a worker-run cooperative where every worker has a voice in the decisions of the company and where workers receive equal compensation regardless of the economic value traditionally placed on the jobs done.” Hats off to SESE for their dedication to GMO-free seeds and their work supporting small community-minded groups like ours!
For those wanting to learn more about saving their own seed, SESE has a ton of fantastic resources on their website. Check out their Growing Guides and Library for detailed information on every crop imaginable!