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Here are some links to sites, that we find useful.

www.foodhistorynews.com is a resource for the historical record of food with many recipes.
Native Seeds/SEARCH is a nonprofit conservation organization based in Tucson, Arizona
Council for Responsible Genetics CRG is a non-profit/non-governmental organization devoted to fostering public debate about the
social, ethical, and environmental implications of the new genetic technologies. ,br
ETC group is dedicated to the conservation and sustainable advancement of cultural and ecological diversity and human rights.
Southern Seed Legacy Project at the University of Georgia
Boston Gardens
The premier Web site for gardening information in the Greater Boston Area and Massachusetts in general -- 24 hours a day -- every day.
The Organic Consumers Association
The OCA is a grassroots non-profit public interest organization which deals with crucial issues of food safety, industrial agriculture, genetic engineering, corporate accountability, and environmental sustainability.
Farm & Garden is a Vermont based sustainable agriculture and rural living resource. Their site also contains lots of detailed information on how to grow most vegetable varieties
Environmental Organization WebDirectory

Exotic Plant and Garden Seed Catalog

New England Wild Flower Society Promoting conservation of North American native plants through education, research, horticulture, habitat preservation, and advocacy. Offers rare and endangered native flower seeds as well.

Native American Seed Home page
Plants of the Southwest
Seeds of Change Garden
Angelgrove Tree Seed Company
Oregon PeaceWorks
Seedsaving and Seedsavers' Resources


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AFFILIATED SITES
Help history live.
Do you know of an historic house, museum, community garden or farm which would like to develop or expand an heirloom garden? We are creating a network of affiliated sites throughout the Northeast in order to promote food plant conservation and our work. There is probably such a site in your community which would benefit from the addition of a wonderful heirloom garden. Please let us know.
 
Support Our Friends
Here's a list of a few other organizations and seed companies in our region who we urge you to support or buy seed from because of their commitment to heirloom and open pollinated varieties. They are all great people.
 
High Mowing Organic Seed Farm RR 1 Box 95 Derby Line ,VT. 05830 802-895-4696
 
Garden State Heirloom Seed Society PO Box 15 Delaware, NJ 07833 908-475-4861
 
Maine Seed Saving Network PO Box 126 Penobscot, ME 04476 207-326-0751
 
Fedco Seeds PO Box 520 Waterville, ME. 04903
 
Some off Internet sources
Abundant Life Seed Foundation
PO Box 772 1029 Lawrence St
Port Townsend, WA 98368
(360) 385-7192
 
Bountiful Garden Seeds
18001 Shafer Ranch Road
Willits, CA 94590
Catalog Donation $2
 
Fox Hollow Seed Company
PO Box 148
McGrann, PA 16236 (412) 548-SEED
 
Seeds of Change
PO Box 1700
Santa Fe, NM 87506-5700
(888) 762-7333 or fax (888) 329-4762
 
The Seed Savers Exchange
3076 Win Rd
Decorah, IA 52101
 
* Sweet Grass Gardens 6 Nations on the Grand River
RR #6 Hagersville, Ont.
N0A 1H0
phone/fax: (519) 445-4828 grassland and wetland plants and seed (herbaceous and woody) catalogue: $3.00

EASTERN NATIVE SEED CONSERVANCY
P.O. Box 451
Great Barrington, Massachusetts 01230
413.229.8316
natseeds@aol.com