The Seed Library is a low-cost program committed to increasing our ability to feed ourselves wholesome food. We provide seeds and education to our members.
Through the time-honored tradition of seed saving, we celebrate biodiversity, nurture locally adapted plant varieties. We strive for community resilience, self-reliance, and a culture of sharing.
The Seed Library operates on the honor system. You become a member by filling out this form and paying the $5 annual membership fee.
New to Seed Saving?
We encourage beginner seed savers to grow out and return the following super-easy varieties:
We encourage all members to learn basic seed-saving techniques. If you can't save your own seed, please consider donating a few packets of commercially grown, open-pollinated, and non-hybrid varieties purchased within the last year.
Look for the following details on the labels:
Avoid "F1" or "F2" (meaning 1st or 2nd generation hybrids)