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91 Seed Companies

Company NameWebsitePhoneEmailStreet AddressCityStateZipCountry
Foundroothttps://foundroot.com/907-314-2014info @ foundroot.comPO Box 1174HainesAK99827United States
Tasteful Gardenhttps://www.tastefulgarden.com678-818-9154mail@tastefulgarden.com207 Co Rd 561WoodlandAL36280United States
Dan the Seed Guyhttp://theseedguy.com/918-352-8800linda@theseedguy.com39 Evanton DriveBella VistaAR72715United States
Native Seedshttps://www.nativeseeds.org/520-622-0830info@nativeseeds.org3584 E River Rd TucsonAZ85718United States
Terroir Seeds, Underwood Gardenshttps://underwoodgardens.com/P O Box 4995.Chino Valley AZ86323United States
Grow Organichttps://www.groworganic.com/888-784-1722socialmedia@groworganic.com125 Clydesdale CourtGrass ValleyCA95945United States
Tomato Festhttp://www.tomatofest.com/707-937-1218gary@tomatofest.comPO Box 628.Little RiverCA95456United States
All Good Things Organic Seedshttp://www.agtoseeds.com/805-758-3184agtoseeds@gmail.com1129 Maricopa Highway #173OjaiCA93023United States
Crispy Farmshttp://www.crispyfarms.com/crispyfarms@gmail.com500 Terry Francois StreetSan FranciscoCA94158United States
San Diego Seed Companyhttps://sandiegoseedcompany.com/858-203-127info@sandiegoseedcompany.comSan DiegoCA
Botanical Interests Seed Packetshttps://www.botanicalinterests.com/?sscid=31k7_88iws800-486-2647marketing@botanicalinterests.com660 Compton St.BroomfieldCO80020United States
Pueblo Seed & Food Cohttp://www.farmdirectseed.com/719-250-9835info@puebloseed.com25 N Beech StreetCortezCO81321United States
Center Of The Webbhttp://www.centerofthewebb.com/303-893-0552admissions@gardner-webb.edu2635 Walnut St.DenverCO80205United States
Applewood Seed Companyhttps://www.applewoodseed.com/(303) 431-7333sales@applewoodseed.com5380 Vivian StreetArvadaCO80002United States
Neseedhttps://www.neseed.com/(800) 825-5477info@neseed.com122 Park Ave.East HartfordCT06108United States
Sharon’s Natural Gardenshttps://sharonsnaturalgardens.com/302-846-2571sharon@sharonsnaturalgardens.com8887 Blackbird RdDelmarDE19940United States
Eden Organic Nursery Service Inc.http://www.eonseed.com/954-382-8281info@eonseed.comPO Box 4604Hallandale BeachFL33008United States
Tomato Growers Supply Companyhttp://www.tomatogrowers.com/(239) 768-1119customerservice@tomatogrowers.comPO Box 60015Fort MyersFL33906United States
Two Seeds in a Podhttps://twoseedsinapod.com/contact@twoseedsinapod.comPO Box 291278. TampaFL33687United States
South Georgia Seed Companyhttps://stores.southgaseedco.com/208-996-3531info@snakeriverseeds.comEllijayGA30540United States
Hawaii Seed Growers Networkhttp://non-gmo-hawaii-heirloom-seeds.com/info@snakeriverseeds.com562 Lauiki StHonoluluHI96826United States
Seed Savers Exchange https://www.seedsavers.org/563-382-5990customerservice@seedsavers.org3074 N Winn RdDecorahIA52101United States
Seed Savers ExchangeSeed Savers Exchange563-382-5990customerservice@seedsavers.org3094 N. Winn Rd.DecorahIA52101United States
Snake River Seed Cooperativehttps://www.snakeriverseeds.com/PO Box 8774BoiseID83707United States
Urban Farmerhttp://www.ufseeds.com/317-600-2807info@ufseeds.com120 E 161st StreetWestfieldIN46074United States
Seeds From Italyhttps://www.growitalian.com/(785) 748-0959seeds@growitalian.comPO Box 3908LawrenceKS66046United States
Peaceful Heritage Nurseryhttps://peacefulheritage.com/(859) 319 9228order@peacefulheritage.comStanfordKY40484United States
Roundstone Native Seedshttps://roundstoneseed.com/888-531-2353 sales@roundstoneseed.com9764 Raider Hollow RoadUptonKY42784United States
Johnny’s Selected Seedshttps://www.johnnyseeds.com/877-564-6697service@johnnyseeds.com955 Benton Ave WinslowME04901United States
Fedco Seedshttps://www.fedcoseeds.com/417-924-8917questions@fedcoseeds.comPO Box 520WatervilleME04903United States
Wood Prairie Farmhttp://www.woodprairie.com/ 207-429-9765orders@woodprairie.com49 KINNEY RDBridgewaterME04735United States
FEDCOhttp://www.fedcoseeds.com/2.0742699E9questions@fedcoseeds.comPO Box 520ClintonME04927United States
Pinetree Garden Seeds & Accessorieshttps://www.superseeds.com/207-926-3400help@superseeds.comPO Box 300New GloucesterME04260United States
MIgardenerhttps://migardener.com/810 300 8845contact@migardener.com1426 Oakland AveSt ClairMI48079United States
MiGardenerhttps://migardener.com/810 300 8845contact@migardener.com1426 Oakland AveSt. ClairMI48079United States
Seeds of Changehttps://www.seedsofchange.com/888-762-7333info@seedsofchange.org PO Box 152SpicerMN56288United States
Prairie Moon Nurseryhttps://www.prairiemoon.com/866-417-8156info@prairiemoon.com32115 Prairie LaneWinonaMN55987United States
Best for Heirloom Varietieshttps://www.rareseeds.com/store/vegetables(417) 924-8887seeds@rareseeds.com2278 Baker Creek Road MansfieldMO65704United States
Mississippi Seed Companyhttps://mississippiseeds.com/120 St. Louis Avenue Suite 105St. LouisMO63102United States
Baker Creek Heirloom Seedshttp://www.rareseeds.com/417) 924-8887seeds@rareseeds.com2278 Baker Creek RoadMansfieldMO65704United States
Petaluma Seed Bankhttps://www.rareseeds.com/petaluma-seed-bank(417) 924-8887seeds@rareseeds.com2278 Baker Creek RoadMansfieldMO65704United States
Gilbert H. Wild and Sonhttps://www.gilberthwild.com/417-548-3514customerservice@gilberthwild.com2944 State Hwy 37ReedsMO64859United States
Good Seed Companyhttps://store.goodseedco.net/PO Box 4706.WhitefishMT59937United States
Sow True Seedhttp://sowtrueseed.com/828-254-0708info@sowtrue.com243 Haywood St.AshevilleNC28801United States
Eden Brothershttps://www.edenbrothers.com/855-440-2929service@edenbrothers.com2099 Brevard RdArdenNC28704United States
Sustainable Mountain Agriculture Center Inc.http://www.heirlooms.org/252-368-6556smac@heirlooms.org131 Main StreetGatesvilleNC27938United States
Reimer Seedshttp://www.reimerseeds.com/mail@reimerseeds.com7074 Hwy 9CarringtonND58421United States
The Naked Seed Companyhttps://nakedseedcompany.com/info@nakedseedcompany.com88 Chestnut RdNewportNH03773United States
ChilePlantshttp://www.chileplants.com/aboutus.aspx?section=2908-996-4646info@chileplants.com199 Kingwood Locktown RdStocktonNJ08559United States
Dirt Goddesshttps://www.dirtgoddessseeds.com/163 Woodport RdSpartaNJ07871United States
Seeds of the Prairiehttps://seedsoftheprairie.com/708.415.8108service@seedsoftheprairie.comNew MexicoAlbuquerqueNM87131United States
Hudson Valley Seed Co.https://hudsonvalleyseed.com/845-204-8769mail@hudsonvalleyseed.com
4737 US 209AccordNY12404United States
Fruition Seedshttps://www.fruitionseeds.com/585-374-8903support@fruitionseeds.com7921 Hickory Bottom RoadNaplesNY14512United States
Hudson Valley Seed Libraryhttp://www.seedlibrary.org/845-204-8769mail@hudsonvalleyseed.com4737 US 209AccordNY12404United States
Turtle Tree Seedhttps://www.turtletreeseed.org/800-930-7009turtle@turtletreeseed.org10 WHITE BIRCH RDCOPAKENY12516United States
Ohio Heirloom Seedshttps://ohioheirloomseeds.com/(614) 554-4657michael@ohioheirloomseeds.com05 N. James Road ColumbusOH43219United States
Clear Creek Seedshttps://www.clearcreekseeds.com/18-386-0546customerservice@clearcreekseeds.com5813 W St Marthas LnHulbertOK74441United States
Clear Creek Seedshttps://www.clearcreekseeds.com/918-386-0546complants@frognet.netP.O. Box 703 HulbertOK74441United States
Territorial Seed Companyhttps://territorialseed.com/800-626-0866info@territorialseed.com
20 E Palmer AveCottage GroveOR97424United States
Territorial Seed Companyhttps://territorialseed.com/800-626-0866info@territorialseed.com20 E Palmer AveCottage GroveOR97424United States
Adaptive Seedshttp://www.adaptiveseeds.com/(541) 367-1105seed@adaptiveseeds.com25079 Brush Creek RdSweet HomeOR97386United States
Daggawalla Seeds and Herbshttp://daggawalla.com/9035 SE Washington StPortlandOR97216United States
Burpee Gardeninghttps://www.burpee.com/800-888-1447custserv@burpee.com300 Park AvenueWarminster PA18974United States
Rohrer Seedshttps://www.rohrerseeds.com/ 717-299-2571info@rohrerseeds.com2472 Old Philadelphia PikeLancasterPA17602United States
Park Seedhttps://parkseed.com/800-845-3369info@parkseed.comGreenwoodSC29647United States
New Hope Seed Companyhttp://www.newhopeseed.com/P.O. Box 443.Bon AquaTN37025United States
Davids Garden Seedshttps://www.davids-garden-seeds-and-products.com/5029 Fm 2504PoteetTX78065United States
Diane’s Flower Seedshttp://www.dianeseeds.com/614-309-1067 dianelinsley@protonmail.com1380 N. Hwy 89.OgdenUT84404United States
Hometown Seedshttps://www.hometownseeds.com/(435) 881-5861.info@hometownseeds.com5451 S 7100 WHooperUT84315United States
The Gardener’s Workshophttps://www.thegardenersworkshop.com/757-877-7159info@thegardenersworkshop.comPO Box 2987Newport NewsVA23609United States
High Mowing Organic Seedshttps://www.highmowingseeds.com/802-472-6174questions@highmowingseeds.com76 Quarry Rd.WolcottVT05680United States
American Meadowshttps://www.americanmeadows.com/(877) 309-7333customerservice@americanmeadows.com2438 Shelburne Rd Suite 1ShelburneVT05482United States
Uprising Seedshttps://uprisingorganics.com/360.778.3749info@uprisingorganics.comPO Box 5431BellinghamWA98227United States
Filaree Garlic Farmhttp://www.filareefarm.com/509-422-6940info@filareefarm.com83 Epley RdOmakWA98841United States
Irish Eyes Garden Seedshttp://irisheyesgardenseeds.com/509-933-7150customerservice@irisheyesgardenseeds.com5045 Robinson Canyon RdEllensburgWA98926United States
Annie’s Heirloom Seedshttp://www.anniesheirloomseeds.com/cs@anniesheirloomseeds.com5617 Odana RoadMadisonWI53719United States
Jung Seed Companyhttps://www.jungseed.com/800-297-3123info@jungseed.com335 S. High StRandolphWI53956United States
R. H. Shumway’shttps://www.rhshumway.com/800.342.9461info@rhshumway.com334 W Stroud St Ste 1RandolphWI53956United States
Got Tiny Seedshttp://www.gottinyseeds.com/
Amishland Heirloom Seedshttp://www.amishlandseeds.com/
Cleveland Seed Companyhttp://www.clevelandseeds.com/
D. Landreth Seed Companyhttp://www.landrethseeds.com/877-385-4989help@landrethseed.com
Cottage Gardenerhttps://www.cottagegardener.com/heirlooms@cottagegardener.com4199 Gilmore RdNewtonvilleON L0A 1J0LA Canada
southern exposure seed Cohttps://www.southernexposure.com/(540) 894-9480gardens@southernexposure.comP.O. Box 460MineralVA23117United States
Nichols Garden Nursery https://nicholsgardennursery.com/800-422-3985customersupport@nicholsgardennursery.comPO Box 1299PhilomathOR97370United States
Renee’s Gardenhttps://www.reneesgarden.com/888.880.7228renee@reneesgarden.com6060 Graham Hill RdFeltonCA95018United States
Ferry Morsehttps://ferrymorse.com/320-280-6320info@ferrymorse.com202 S Washington St,NortonMA02766United States
swallow Tail Garden Seedshttps://www.swallowtailgardenseeds.com/877-489-7333info@swallowtailgardenseeds.com122 Calistoga Road,Santa RosaCA 95409United States
Floret Flowershttps://shop.floretflowers.com/support@floretflowers.comP.O. Box 281Mount VernonWA98273United States
Heirloom Mountainhttps://www.heirloommountain.com/(970)730-6275heirloommountainseedswomanllc@hotmail.comColoradoUnited States
A mix of 91 seed companies that offer a variety of seeds

Catalogs, rare seeds, organic cover crops and more

Website nameHeirloom seedsOrganic Heirloom seedsOrganic seedsOrganic Cover Crop/”farm” seedsRare seedsOthers name tagOthers linkCatalog
Annies Hierloom Seedshttps://www.anniesheirloomseeds.com/heirloom-vegetables/https://www.anniesheirloomseeds.com/organic-heirloom-seeds-a-k/Organic Seed Potatoeshttps://www.anniesheirloomseeds.com/potatoes/https://www.anniesheirloomseeds.com/free-catalog/
Jhonny seedhttps://www.johnnyseeds.com/featured/heirloom/https://www.johnnyseeds.com/featured/heirloom/?prefn1=prod_feature_seed_type&prefv1=3%7C4https://www.johnnyseeds.com/organic/https://www.johnnyseeds.com/organic/organic-farm-seed/https://www.johnnyseeds.com/shop-johnnys/digital-master-catalog.html
Native seedshttps://www.nativeseeds.org/pages/seeds
fedcohttps://www.fedcoseeds.com/ogs/farm-seed
Foundroothttps://foundroot.com/products/the-organic-seed-grower?_pos=1&_psq=Organic%20seeds&_ss=e&_v=1.0https://foundroot.com/products/tomato-galina?_pos=1&_sid=d473512b7&_ss=r
Tasteful Gardenhttps://tastefulgarden.com/organic-hybrid-gmos-safe-seed-pledge/https://tastefulgarden.com/potato-planting-growing//
Dan the Seed Guyhttps://theseedguy.net/home/46-62-variety-spring-garden-heirloom-seed-package.htmlhttps://theseedguy.net/seed-packages/74-8-variety-grain-organic-seed-package.html?search_query=Organic+Heirloom+seeds&results=2https://theseedguy.net/seed-packages/74-8-variety-grain-organic-seed-package.html
Grow Organichttps://www.groworganic.com/products/renee-s-garden-calendula-flashbackhttps://www.groworganic.com/blogs/articles/organic-seeds-heirloom-seeds-what-they-are-and-how-to-choose-them?_pos=1&_psq=Organic+Heirloom+seeds&_ss=e&_v=1.0https://www.groworganic.com/collections/organic-mustard-seeds?_pos=1&_psq=Organic+seeds&_ss=e&_v=1.0https://www.groworganic.com/search?q=Organic+Cover+Crop%2F%22farm%22+seeds&options%5Bprefix%5D=lasthttps://www.groworganic.com/products/pvfs-chicory-catalogna-emerald?_pos=1&_psq=Catalog&_ss=e&_v=1.0
Tomato Festhttps://www.tomatofest.com/Heirloom_Tomatoes_Top_10_s/140.htmhttps://www.tomatofest.com/Bouquet_Dill_Certified_Organic_Seeds_p/tf-553f.htm
San Diego Seed Companyhttps://sandiegoseedcompany.com/product-category/heirloom/https://sandiegoseedcompany.com/product-category/organic/https://sandiegoseedcompany.com/?s=Rare+seeds
Pueblo Seed & Food Cohttps://farmdirectseed.com/search?q=Heirloom+seedshttps://farmdirectseed.com/search?q=Organic+Heirloom+seedshttps://farmdirectseed.com/collections/vegetable-seeds-1https://farmdirectseed.com/search?q=Organic+Cover+Crophttps://farmdirectseed.com/products/king-banquet-bean-phaseolus-vulgaris?_pos=1&_sid=f6cbc1564&_ss=r
Center Of The Webbhttps://www.hugedomains.com/domain_search.cfm?domain_name=Heirloom+seedshttps://www.hugedomains.com/domain_search.cfm?domain_name=Organic+Heirloom+seedshttps://www.hugedomains.com/domain_search.cfm?domain_name=Organic+seedshttps://www.hugedomains.com/domain_search.cfm?domain_name=Organic+Cover+Crophttps://www.hugedomains.com/domain_search.cfm?domain_name=Rare+seedshttps://www.hugedomains.com/domain_search.cfm?domain_name=Catalog
Neseedhttps://www.neseed.com/shop/?s=Heirloom+seeds&post_type=product&filter_nature=heirloomhttps://www.neseed.com/shop/vegetable-seeds/tomato/standard-slicing/certified-organic-flame-tomato-seeds/https://www.neseed.com/?s=Catalog&post_type=product
Eden Organic Nursery Service Inc.https://eonseed.com/heirloom-open-pollinated-vegetables/
Tomato Growers Supply Companyhttps://tomatogrowers.com/search?type=product&q=Heirloom+seedshttps://tomatogrowers.com/search?type=product&q=Catalog
Two Seeds in a Podhttps://twoseedsinapod.com/product-category/rare-seeds/
South Georgia Seed Companyhttps://stores.southgaseedco.com/heirloom-vegetable-seeds/https://stores.southgaseedco.com/search.php?search_query=Catalog
Seed Savers Exchange https://www.seedsavers.org/collection-heirloom-tomatoeshttps://www.seedsavers.org/catalog
Snake River Seed Cooperativehttps://snakeriverseeds.com/products/lettuce-heirloom-mix-1?_pos=1&_psq=Heirloom%20seeds&_ss=e&_v=1.0
Urban Farmerhttps://www.ufseeds.com/vegetableshttps://www.ufseeds.com/product/double-standard-organic-corn-seed/CODS.htmlhttps://www.ufseeds.com/tag/organic-seedshttps://www.ufseeds.com/catalog-request.html
Seeds From Italyhttps://growitalian.com/categories/Organic-Seeds/https://www.growitalian.com/2023-catalog/
Peaceful Heritage Nurseryhttps://catalog.extension.oregonstate.edu/sites/catalog/files/project/pdf/pnw656.pdf
Roundstone Native Seedshttps://roundstoneseed.com/search?controller=search&orderby=position&orderway=desc&search_query=Organic+Cover+Crop
Johnny’s Selected Seedshttps://www.johnnyseeds.com/search/?q=Heirloom%20seedshttps://www.johnnyseeds.com/search/?q=Organic+seeds&search-button=&lang=en_UShttps://www.johnnyseeds.com/search/?q=Organic+Cover+Crop&search-button=&lang=en_UShttps://www.johnnyseeds.com/catalog-request/
Wood Prairie Farmhttps://www.woodprairie.com/?s=Organic+seeds&post_type=producthttps://www.woodprairie.com/?s=Organic+Cover+Crop&post_type=producthttps://www.woodprairie.com/catalog-request/
Pinetree Garden Seeds & Accessorieshttps://www.superseeds.com/collections/heirloom-seedshttps://www.superseeds.com/collections/organic-seedshttps://www.superseeds.com/pages/search-results-page?q=rare%20seedshttps://www.superseeds.com/pages/dcatalog
MIgardenerhttps://migardener.com/blogs/blog/the-difference-between-gmo-hybrid-organic-and-heirloom-seeds?_pos=1&_psq=heirloom-seeds&_ss=e&_v=1.0https://migardener.com/blogs/blog/the-difference-between-gmo-hybrid-organic-and-heirloom-seeds?_pos=1&_psq=heirloom-seeds&_ss=e&_v=1.0https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0575/2792/6983/files/2023_MIgardener_Seed_Catalog.pdf?v=1672853717
Prairie Moon Nurseryhttps://www.prairiemoon.com/search.html?Search=Rare+seedshttps://www.prairiemoon.com/catalog-request.html
Best for Heirloom Varietieshttps://www.rareseeds.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=Heirloom+seedshttps://www.rareseeds.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=Organic+heirloom+seedshttps://www.rareseeds.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=organic+seedshttps://www.rareseeds.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=organic+cover+crop+seedshttps://www.rareseeds.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=rare+seedshttps://www.rareseeds.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=Catalog
Sow True Seedhttps://sowtrueseed.com/search?q=Organic+seeds&type=product&options%5Bprefix%5D=last&options%5Bunavailable_products%5D=lasthttps://sowtrueseed.com/collections/cover-crop
Eden Brothershttps://www.edenbrothers.com/pages/digital-seed-bulb-catalogs
Sustainable Mountain Agriculture Center Inc.https://www.heirlooms.org/apps/search?q=Heirloom+seeds&filter=producthttps://www.heirlooms.org/store/c1/www.heirlooms.org/store/c1/Featured_Products.html
Reimer Seedshttps://www.reimerseeds.com/search.aspx?keyword=Heirloom+seeds
Seeds of the Prairiehttps://seedsoftheprairie.com/p/heirloom-seedshttps://seedsoftheprairie.com/p/heirloom-flower-mixhttps://seedsoftheprairie.com/p/request-2023-catalog
Hudson Valley Seed Co.https://hudsonvalleyseed.com/search?type=product&q=Organic%20seedshttps://hudsonvalleyseed.com/search?type=product&q=Organic%20Cover%20CropUpstate Abundance Potatohttps://hudsonvalleyseed.com/products/franks-iranian-tomato?_pos=1&_sid=a256d575d&_ss=r
Fruition Seedshttps://www.fruitionseeds.com/shop/product-category/featured/heirlooms/https://www.fruitionseeds.com/?s=Organic+Heirloom+seedshttps://www.fruitionseeds.com/?s=Organic+seedshttps://www.fruitionseeds.com/?s=Organic+Cover+CropOrganic Potatoeshttps://www.fruitionseeds.com/shop/product-category/featured/childrens-garden/
Turtle Tree Seedhttps://turtletreeseed.org/?s=Heirloom+seeds&post_type=product
Ohio Heirloom Seedshttps://ohioheirloomseeds.com/products?keywords=Organic+seedsLettuce & Herb Seedshttps://ohioheirloomseeds.com/t/other-seed-varieties
Territorial Seed Companyhttps://territorialseed.com/pages/search-results-page?q=Heirloom%20seeds&page=1&rb_snize_facet2=HEIRLOOMhttps://territorialseed.com/pages/search-results-page?q=Heirloom%20seeds&page=1&rb_snize_facet2=HEIRLOOM%7CORGANIC%20SEEDPotatoeshttps://territorialseed.com/collections/potatoeshttps://territorialseed.com/pages/catalog-form
Adaptive Seedshttps://www.adaptiveseeds.com/?s=Organic+seeds&post_type=product
Daggawalla Seeds and HerbsTomato, Wild Golden Currant
Burpee Gardeninghttps://www.burpee.com/heirloom/https://www.burpee.com/heirloom/heirloom-tomatoes/https://www.burpee.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=Organic%20seedshttps://www.burpee.com/catalogrequest/index
Rohrer Seedshttps://rohrerseeds.com/search?q=Heirloom+seedshttps://rohrerseeds.com/products/organic-tomato-heirloom-mix-seed-pkt?_pos=1&_sid=024e633ce&_ss=rhttps://rohrerseeds.com/pages/rohrer-seeds-catalog
Park Seedhttps://parkseed.com/search.aspx?ss=heirloom%20seedshttps://parkseed.com/search.aspx?ss=Organic+Heirloom+seedshttps://parkseed.com/search.aspx?ss=Organic+Cover+Crophttps://parkseed.com/catalogrequest.aspx
The Gardener’s Workshophttps://thegardenersworkshop.com/category/blog/organic-gardening/https://thegardenersworkshop.com/product-search/?asp_s=Organic+Cover+Crop&asp_active=1&p_asid=1&p_asp_data=1&filters_initial=1&filters_changed=0&qtranslate_lang=0&woo_currency=USD&current_page_id=29245
High Mowing Organic Seedshttps://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfKphOxgyP3wpB4_UIKvlVSusd4dmPgaAKsRXpC1WARlYCzzA/viewform?c=0&w=1
Uprising SeedsTOMATO, ‘ITALIAN HEIRLOOMhttps://uprisingorganics.com/products/tomato-italian-heirloom?_pos=1&_sid=da09cc869&_ss=r&variant=37709661601966
Filaree Garlic Farmhttps://filareefarm.com/martin-aos-heirloom/https://filareefarm.com/shop-seeds/organic-shallots-potato-onions/https://filareefarm.com/content/2021-catalog.pdf
Jung Seed Companyhttps://www.jungseed.com/category/s?keyword=Catalog
Renee’s Gardenhttps://www.reneesgarden.com/search?type=product%2Cpage%2Carticle&ac_search=Heirloom+seeds&q=Heirloom+seedshttps://www.reneesgarden.com/search?type=product%2Cpage%2Carticle&ac_search=Organic+Heirloom+seeds&q=Organic+Heirloom+seedshttps://www.reneesgarden.com/pages/catalog?_pos=1&_sid=7f8013e7e&_ss=r
Heirloom Mountainhttps://www.heirloommountain.com/featured
The selected websites which offer a catalog, Note NOT ALL ORGANIC!

Seed Alliance

An organic set of seed farmers
Host NamePerson NameSourceWebsiteOperational InfoBioCrop familiesStateZipCountryTelephone
Adaptive Seeds, OregonAndrew Stillhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/adaptive-seeds/https://www.adaptiveseeds.com/Scale of Operations: 5 acres
Climate: Warm dry summers with mild wet winters
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Artichoke, Aster, Barley, Basil, Beets, Broad beans, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Finocchio, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Hollyhock, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Melons, Millet, Mustard, Mustards, Oats, Okra, Onions, Other, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Poppy, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Rutabaga, Shallots, Snapdragon, Sorghum, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Triticale, Turnips, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Purchase directly from our website (adaptiveseeds.com) or contact via email (found at website) for larger bulk quantities and contract inquiries.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
At Adaptive Seeds we steward rare, diverse and resilient seed varieties for ecologically-minded farmers, gardeners and seed savers. All of our seed is produced in the Pacific Northwest and we sell only public domain, open pollinated seed, as well as diverse gene pool mixes. We grow more than 500 varieties of organic vegetable, flower, herb and grain seed. With a focus on our own catalog production, we also grow bulk quantities of many varieties for wholesale to other retailers. 80% of the seed we sell we produce ourselves on our farm, but we are currently contracting seed production for many varieties.Artichoke, Aster, Barley, Basil, Beets, Broad beans, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Finocchio, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Hollyhock, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Melons, Millet, Mustard, Mustards, Oats, Okra, Onions, Other, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Poppy, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Rutabaga, Shallots, Snapdragon, Sorghum, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Triticale, Turnips, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash, ZinniaOR97386United States
Alliance of Native Seedkeepers, North CarolinaFrank Cainhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/alliance-of-native-seedkeepers/http://allianceofnativeseedkeepers.com//Scale of Operations: 5 acres
Climate: Spread out at various locations, Mountain, Coastal Plains, Piedmont, Semi Tropic and Tropic
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front, Other
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: We sell locally or through our website.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Unity cannot happen until we place our hands into the soil and feed eachother.

OUR VISION
The Alliance of Native Seedkeepers seeks out a future where indigenous peoples may live with the security of food, health, culture, environment, unity, and justice.

OUR MISSION
We redevelop the spiritual bonds our people have with the seeds which in return teaches us how to become more environmentally, culturally, economically, and health-conscious

AoNSK Is more than just a seed store its’ a revolution! Between the recognition of the power of women and youth, battles against food apartheid, moves towards environmental justice, disassimilation, and cultural revival and the advancements in community health, you will find that the only thing a revolution requires of us is someone to plant its seeds.

AoNSK is Native American owned and operated and working towards community ownership. AoNSK is the first and possibly only Benefirt Corperation Seed Company. We’ve voluntarily allowed ourselves to be held legally to a higher standard when considering the impact we, our suppliers, and methods used to deliver our product to customers may have on the local and global envrioment and community.

We are currently working on our online website

We are currently searching and willing to contract seed producers to help supply our store with a broader range of seeds as we’d like to focus more on our highly endangered native crops. We use our native seeds to redevelop native communal agriculture systems.
NC27983United States
Ann Arbor Seed Company / Green Things Farm Collective, MichiganStacy Mateshttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/ann-arbor-seed-company-green-things-farm-collective/https://www.greenthingsfarm.com/Scale of Operations: 5 acres
Climate: Temperate – SE Michigan
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Beets, Calendula, Carrot, Collards, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dill, Eggplant, Garden beans, Garlic, Kale, Lettuce, Marigold, Mustards, Onions, Other, Peas, Peppers, Radishes, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: All seeds are available for purchase on our website: https://www.greenthingsfarm.com. We also sell seed in our farm stand and at various SE Michigan retailers listed on our website.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Organic farm collective formed in 2020. One of the founding farms (Ann Arbor Seed Co) had 8 years experience producing organic vegetable and garden flower seeds, and seeds remain a part of the Collective’s diverse mix of production.Beets, Calendula, Carrot, Collards, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dill, Eggplant, Garden beans, Garlic, Kale, Lettuce, Marigold, Mustards, Onions, Other, Peas, Peppers, Radishes, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Winter squash, ZinniaMI48105United States
Ascent Nutrition, Floridahttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/ascent-nutrition/https://goascentnutrition.com/Certifications: Organic
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
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Audacious FarmsChris Suridishttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/audacious-farms/Audaciousfarmssd.orgScale of Operations: 2 acres
Distribution: Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.)
Certifications: Organic
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Avoca Seed, OregonAvoca Seed – Hank Keoghhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/avoca-seed/Scale of Operations: 7 acres
Climate: Mediterranean: dry summer, mild wet winter
Distribution: Contract sales, Other
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Aster, Basil, Beets, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Celery and celeriac, Chervil, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Cilantro, Collards, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Mint, Mustard, Mustards, Onions, Other, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Poppy, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rutabaga, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Please email us at: avocaseeds@gmail.com . We produce seed for seed companies on contract.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Avoca Seed is a 7 acre certified organic family operated specialty seed production farm located on traditional lands of the Kalapuya nation near Corvallis, Oregon. Avoca is co-owned and operated by Hank Keogh and Jo Erikson. We grow a diverse assortment of vegetable and flower seed crops on contract for seed companies nationwide. Avoca Seed produces crops on about 3 acres annually in an alternate year cropping system. The farm is surrounded by extensive riparian restoration areas along the Willamette River.Aster, Basil, Beets, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Celery and celeriac, Chervil, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Cilantro, Collards, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Mint, Mustard, Mustards, Onions, Other, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Poppy, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rutabaga, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Barbie’s, GeorgiaVidya srihttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/barbies/Scale of Operations: 0.5 acres
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Broad beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Marigold, Okra, Peppers, Potatoes, Rosemary, Snapdragon, Sorghum, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Email
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Herb, flower and specialty veggiesBasil, Broad beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Marigold, Okra, Peppers, Potatoes, Rosemary, Snapdragon, Sorghum, Zinnia
Bayero University Kano Faculty of Agriculture, OTHERAbdullahi Maigarabihttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/bayero-university-kano-faculty-of-agriculture/Scale of Operations: 2.5 acres
Distribution: Contract sales
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Millet, Onions, Sorghum, Tomatoes
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: NGN 500 per kilogram
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
We taught students about practical aspect on seed production. Also, farmers participate on the practical.Millet, Onions, Sorghum, Tomatoes
BC Eco Seed Co-op, British Columbiahttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/bc-eco-seed-co-op/www.bcecoseedcoop.com/Scale of Operations: 200 acres
Climate: Various
Distribution: Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front, Other
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Barley, Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Chicory, Chives, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Grain, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Oats, Onions, Other, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Poppy, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Shallots, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: We sell at bulk variants directly through our website.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
The BC Eco Seed Co-op is a producers’ co-operative committed to vegetable, herb, grain, flower, and cover crop seed that is ecologically grown, open-pollinated, regionally selected, and GE- free. Our mission is to increase the quantity and improve the quality of ecological and organic seed grown in BC. We sell at bulk variants as well as packet quantities online and in retail outlets across BC. We are currently 20 members and all seeds we sell have been grown out by us under specific quality assurance measures; we assure that seed sold by us is grown by us – and we couldn’t be prouder!Barley, Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Chicory, Chives, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Grain, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Oats, Onions, Other, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Poppy, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Shallots, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash, Zinnia
Bejo Seeds Inc, CaliforniaGrower Inquiryhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/bejo-seeds-inc/www.bejoseeds.com/Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Asparagus, Beets, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Cabbage, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Cilantro, Cucumbers, Fennel, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Onions, Parsley, Peppers, Potatoes, Radishes, Rutabaga, Shallots, Spinach, Summer squash, Swiss chard, Tomatoes
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
AHEAD IN ORGANICALLY PRODUCED SEED
BEJO IS ALSO DEEPLY INVOLVED IN DEVELOPMENTS SURROUNDING ORGANIC GROWING. THIS IS EVIDENTLY ONE OF OUR LONG-TERM PROJECTS, AS THE STEADILY INCREASING POPULARITY OF ORGANICALLY-PRODUCED SEED IS A TREND SET TO CONTINUE IN COMING YEARS. WE CURRENTLY OFFER ORGANIC SEED OF 140 VARIETIES, PRODUCED BY OUR ORGANIC SEED BREEDING PROGRAM. A COMPREHENSIVE ANSWER TO THE WISHES OF THE ORGANIC SECTOR TO CREATE AN INTEGRATED ORGANIC CHAIN FROM FARM TO FORK. BEJO HAS CLOSE CONTACTS WITH ALL THE LINKS IN THE ORGANIC CHAIN AND ALSO MONITORS CHANGING CONSUMER BEHAVIOR AND DEVELOPMENTS.
Asparagus, Beets, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Cabbage, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Cilantro, Cucumbers, Fennel, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Onions, Parsley, Peppers, Potatoes, Radishes, Rutabaga, Shallots, Spinach, Summer squash, Swiss chard, TomatoesCA93445United States
Bhoomi Devi Seeds, New HampshireOlivia and Noah O’Dwyer-Desthttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/bhoomi-devi-seeds/www.bhoomideviseeds.comScale of Operations: 2 acres
Climate: 120 day growing season. Cool and humid. Sometimes very wet, sometimes very dry summers. Cold and wet shoulder seasons. Severely cold winter.
Distribution: Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Barley, Basil, Beets, Borage, Broccoli, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Chervil, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Melons, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Oats, Okra, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Poppy, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rutabaga, Sage, Sorghum, specialty greens, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Vetch, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Purchase from our website bhoomideviseeds.com
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
Bhoomi Devi Seeds is a No-Till seed farm in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. We focus our farms catalogue offerings on production varieties of agricultural crops. We specialize in both rare and culturally significant heirloom cultivars as well as more recently developed open source cultivars. We are especially keen on growing and developing local landraces and other highly productive, resilient and genetically diverse varieties. Recently we have been growing potent medicinal herbs for seed and plan to develop a sizable collection to offer in the future. We serve the seed needs of homesteaders, gardeners and commercial farmers alike.

We employ permaculture methods and rely on a near closed loop fertility system using biomass from the forest and field ecosystems on our farm to feed our crop beds. Cover crops, leaves, grasses, ramial wood chips, wood ash, homemade compost and fermented urine and nitrogen teas for fertigation provide us with all of the fertility we need to produce robust seed crops year after year. The closed loop systems we employ are the focal point of our farm and at the center of our seed production. We look forward to our continuing sustainable evolution and collaborations with other farms in order to share knowledge and resources on what we call “Dynamic Earth Systems Farming”.
Barley, Basil, Beets, Borage, Broccoli, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Chervil, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Melons, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Oats, Okra, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Poppy, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rutabaga, Sage, Sorghum, specialty greens, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Vetch, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash
Big valley beef producers, IowaAdam Meanahttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/big-valley-beef-producers/Scale of Operations: 500 acres
Climate: Northeastern Iowa
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
I have access to hundreds of acres of milkweed and probably allot of other seeds to
Blackbird Rise, MaineDaniel MacPheehttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/blackbird-rise/http://blackbirdrise.com/Scale of Operations: 4 acres
Climate: USDA zone 5a
Distribution: Contract sales, Other
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Aster, Basil, Beets, Borage, Cabbage, Calendula, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Chives, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Hollyhock, Kale, Lettuce, Marigold, Marjoram, Mint, Mustards, Nasturtium, Onions, Other, Parsley, Peppers, Phacelia, Poppy, Pumpkins, Sage, specialty greens, Sunflower, Thyme, Tomatoes, Wheat, Winter squash
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Contact via email at daniel (at) blackbirdrise (dot) com or Instagram DM (at)blackbirdrise to arrange a production contract or to purchase spec seed we have in stock. We specialize in medicinal and culinary herbs, flowers, perennials, northeast natives and wet-seeded vegetables adapted for northern latitudes. In addition to bulk seed production, we do stock seed production/selection and breeding projects for seed companies.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Blackbird Rise has been producing certified organic seed crops, perennials and grafted nursery stock in Central Maine since 2012. We raise organic seed on contract for a number of regional seed companies, sell bulk seed direct to growers and gardeners, select stock seed, and conduct on-farm breeding related to our passion for bioregionally adapted crops, medicinal and perennial herbs, and native plants for pollinator habitat.

On a typical season we do 10-20 contract grow outs and another 20-30 varieties in small quantity on spec. Though our crop types range widely, 90% of our contract seed lots are 10lbs or less, with some as small as a few grams for very tiny-seeded niche crops. We have experience processing small seeded herbs and flowers and other fiddly odd ball crops, and have assembled a decent compliment of seed cleaning equipment, hacks and tricks in the process..
Aster, Basil, Beets, Borage, Cabbage, Calendula, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Chives, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Hollyhock, Kale, Lettuce, Marigold, Marjoram, Mint, Mustards, Nasturtium, Onions, Other, Parsley, Peppers, Phacelia, Poppy, Pumpkins, Sage, specialty greens, Sunflower, Thyme, Tomatoes, Wheat, Winter squashME04354United States
Burlap & Barrel Spices, New YorkEthan Frischhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/burlap-barrel-spices/https://www.burlapandbarrel.com/Distribution: Online store front
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
California State Polytechnic University, CaliforniaPriti Saxenahttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/california-state-polytechnic-university/Scale of Operations: 2 acres
Climate: Mediterranean
Distribution: Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.)
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Annual ryegrass, Other, Tomatoes
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Plant breederAnnual ryegrass, Other, Tomatoes
Canyon Bounty Farm, IdahoBeth Rasgorshekhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/canyon-bounty-farm/Scale of Operations: 7 acres
Climate: 150-day growing season, arid climate
Distribution: Contract sales
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Artichoke, Aster, Basil, Buckwheat, Calendula, Cereal rye, Chives, Cilantro, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Garden beans, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Oats, Onions, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Popcorn, Shallots, Sunflower, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Wheat, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Please call or email.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Canyon Bounty Farm has produced organic seed since 1999. Located in SW Idaho (near Boise), the region is known for seed production due to our long, warm and dry climate (150 days). The farm is 7 acres, and we are set up for either hand or mechanical harvests, and are able to clean the seed produced on farm. We grow bean, flower, allium, wheat, soybeans, pepper, melon and cover crop seeds.Artichoke, Aster, Basil, Buckwheat, Calendula, Cereal rye, Chives, Cilantro, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Garden beans, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Oats, Onions, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Popcorn, Shallots, Sunflower, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Wheat, ZinniaID83651United States208 6976208
Carter’s Farm, VirginiaTimothy Carterhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/carters-farm/Climate: Southwest Virginia
Distribution: Other
Certifications: Biodynamic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Annual ryegrass, Corn, Sweet pea, Tomatoes
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Just started growing vegetables las yearAnnual ryegrass, Corn, Sweet pea, Tomatoes
CDK Farms, IdahoCDK Farms D. Kurtis Funke/C.D. Whitworthhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/cdk-farms/https://cdkorganicfarms.com/Scale of Operations: 100 acres
Climate: USDA Hardiness Zone 6b, arid climate of the Treasure Valley Idaho
Distribution: Contract sales
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Calendula, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Garden beans, Grain, Hollyhock, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Oats, Onions, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Poppy, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Watermelons, Wheat, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: We normally contract seed production, but sometimes have organic seed on hand for sale.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
CDK Farms is located in the Treasure Valley, about 30 miles West of Boise, Idaho. We have been certified Organic since 2006, and farm about 100 acres, all Certified Organic through the Idaho State Department of Ag, and are certified in compliance with the US-Canada Organic Equivalency Arrangement. We have good isolation, and good buffers.
We produce and clean bean, pea, lettuce, corn, flower, and other vegetable seed. We are certified as organic handlers, and can grow on a large or small contract basis. We are able to source stock seed for many vegetable varieties. We recently purchased a plot combine in order to harvest smaller lots of specialty seed, and are expanding production of flower seed, including pollinator habitat seed.
Calendula, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Garden beans, Grain, Hollyhock, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Oats, Onions, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Poppy, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Watermelons, Wheat, Zinnia
CherryGal Organic Heirloom Seeds, North CarolinaDeborah Phillipshttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/cherrygal-organic-heirloom-seeds/https://www.cherrygal.com/Scale of Operations: 0.5 acres
Climate: Zone 7b
Distribution: Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Other
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Asparagus, Basil, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Corn, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Finocchio, Garden beans, Hollyhock, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Marjoram, Melons, Mint, Mustards, Nasturtium, Okra, Onions, Oregano, Pansy, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Poppy, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rosemary, Sage, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Thyme, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Website: https://www.cherrygal.com/Garden Heirlooms
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
Grows and retails organic non-gmo heirloom seeds.Asparagus, Basil, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Corn, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Finocchio, Garden beans, Hollyhock, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Marjoram, Melons, Mint, Mustards, Nasturtium, Okra, Onions, Oregano, Pansy, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Poppy, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rosemary, Sage, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Thyme, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Winter squash, ZinniaNC27589United States
Chickadee Farm, OregonSebastian Aguilarhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/chickadee-farm/https://chickadee.farm/Scale of Operations: 16 acres
Climate: Warm, dry summers + mild winters
Distribution: Contract sales
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Beets, Cabbage, Celery and celeriac, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Kale, Lettuce, Melons, Mustard, Mustards, Okra, Onions, Other, Peppers, Popcorn, Poppy, Quinoa, Radishes, Shallots, specialty greens, Sunflower, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Contact us for details. Limited availability and lot sizes in stock.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Contract grower of organic specialty crop seed since 2010 and organic vegetables since 1998. Our specialty is producing small to mid-size lots of vegetable, flower and herb seed for seed retailers. We have an excellent climate for growing a wide variety of both the dry seeded and wet seeded crops. With good isolation, fertile soil and the equipment to get the job done, we consistently produce vigorous, high-germinating seed with varietal purity.Basil, Beets, Cabbage, Celery and celeriac, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Kale, Lettuce, Melons, Mustard, Mustards, Okra, Onions, Other, Peppers, Popcorn, Poppy, Quinoa, Radishes, Shallots, specialty greens, Sunflower, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Zinnia
Choi & Daughters Produce, CaliforniaKristyn Leachhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/choi-daughters-produce/Scale of Operations: 2 acres
Distribution: Contract sales
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Chinese cabbage, Cosmos, Cowpeas, Dry beans, Eggplant, Lettuce, Melons, Mustard, Onions, Peppers, specialty greens, Summer squash, Winter squash
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Chinese cabbage, Cosmos, Cowpeas, Dry beans, Eggplant, Lettuce, Melons, Mustard, Onions, Peppers, specialty greens, Summer squash, Winter squash
Clackamas Community College Organic Farming Program, OregonChristopher Konieczkahttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/clackamas-community-college-organic-farming-program/Scale of Operations: 1 acres
Climate: hot/cold, wet/dry
Distribution: Other
Certifications: Organic
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
Beginning seed production on student educational farm
Colab Farms, FloridaPam Alexanderhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/colab-farms/http://colabfarms.com/Scale of Operations: 5 acres
Climate: South Florida … hot/humid
Distribution: Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.)
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Peppers, Tomatoes
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
We are a small farm arriving our local community. We use organic seeds and would like to support other small farmers and seed savers. We currently save some seeds but want to do more once our greenhouses are up and running at capacity.Peppers, TomatoesFL34956United States
Cotati101, CaliforniaTerri Moonhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/cotati101/https://terrimoon.com/Climate: Mediterranian
Distribution: Other
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Collards, specialty greens
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
I have an organic veggie garden that feeds me much of what I need.Collards, specialty greensTN38301-38305United States
Crater Lake farm, OregonMason Terryhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/crater-lake-farm/https://craterlakegarlic.com/Scale of Operations: 47 acres
Climate: Mountain
Distribution: Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Garlic
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Please visit our website to see the varieties we offer. Then either order online, email or call in to place your order. We look forward to supplying you with the best garlic seed! https://craterlakegarlic.com/
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
We are specializing in certified organic garlic seed for planting garlic in your own garden (biggest bulbs harvested). We also have culinary garlic (smaller bulbs). Crater Lake Farm Garlic is a certified organic garlic farm located in Chiloquin, Klamath Falls County, Oregon, USA, near Crater Lake. We take great pride in growing organic garlic and strive to sell our customers the best organic garlic seed available. Dedicated to environmental sustainability we are Certified Organic by the Oregon Tilth.
Crate Lake Farm Garlic is a small, certified organic garlic seed farm located in Oregon’s beautiful Klamath Falls County, at the base of Crater Lake. We have a very fertile sandy loam soils created by the eruption of Mt. Mazama (now Crater Lake) and deposited as lake sediments. As the lake retreated, it left behind soils that have just the right ph and higher phosphorous content creating amazing growing conditions. Our 47 acres of garlic and hay is Certified Organic by the Oregon Tilth for the US and Canada markets. All Crater Lake Farm Garlic is grown On our farm from U.S.A. grown organic garlic seed stock.
Garlic
Crossroads Farm at Grossmann’s / Nassau Land Trust, New YorkEva Schwartzhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/crossroads-farm-at-grossmanns-nassau-land-trust/https://www.xroadsfamliny.com/Scale of Operations: 3.5 acres
Climate: oceanic / temperate zone 7 (b)
Distribution: Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.)
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Aster, Borage, Calendula, Chamomile, Cornflower, Cosmos, Marigold, Nasturtium, Peas, Poppy, Sage, Snapdragon, Sunflower, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Non Profit, NOFA certified, utilizing some biodynamic practices, volunteer base, Community, Educational . Seed program utilizes volunteer and student support .
Crossroads sells its seed in a retail farm stand on farm.
Aster, Borage, Calendula, Chamomile, Cornflower, Cosmos, Marigold, Nasturtium, Peas, Poppy, Sage, Snapdragon, Sunflower, ZinniaNY11565United States
Cultivating The Commons, WisconsinClint Freundhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/cultivating-the-commons/https://www.ctcseeds.com/Scale of Operations: 2 acres
Climate: Moist Continental
Distribution: Contract sales, Other
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Beets, Borage, Broccoli, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Celery and celeriac, Chinese cabbage, Collards, Corn, Cucumbers, Dill, Eggplant, Garlic, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Melons, Mustards, Onions, Parsley, Peppers, Popcorn, Pumpkins, Rutabaga, Shallots, Spinach, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Winter squash
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Contact us directly via email.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Small scale regional seed producer. Focused on developing community and adapted varieties for the upper Midwest. Over 12 years of farming organically and 5 years of professional seed growing experience.Beets, Borage, Broccoli, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Celery and celeriac, Chinese cabbage, Collards, Corn, Cucumbers, Dill, Eggplant, Garlic, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Melons, Mustards, Onions, Parsley, Peppers, Popcorn, Pumpkins, Rutabaga, Shallots, Spinach, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Winter squashWI54001United States
CulturalCrops, CaliforniaDesiree Chavezhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/culturalcrops/http://www.culturalcrops.com/Distribution: Contract sales, Online store front
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
CulturalCrops is an organic seed and holistic product company dedicated to promoting inclusiveness for individuals of color and anyone underrepresented within gardening, nature and wellness overall. We are a newly established company looking to make difference in agriculture.NY10023United States
Daniel F. Dean, P. C., TexasDANIEL DEANhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/daniel-f-dean-p-c/Scale of Operations: 0.5 acres
Distribution: Other
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Chives, Garlic
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
Home gardens. East Texas.Chives, GarlicTX75801United States903-729-7445
Deep Harvest Seeds, WashingtonNathaniel Talbothttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/deep-harvest-seeds/http://www.deepharvestfarm.com/Scale of Operations: 10 acres
Climate: Maritime PNW
Distribution: Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Beets, Borage, Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrot, Chicory, Chives, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Kale, Lettuce, Melons, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Popcorn, Poppy, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Rutabaga, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: at www.deepharvestfarm.com or through our many seed racks throughout the Puget Sound
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Deep Harvest Farm is a certified-organic vegetable, seed and flower farm on Washington State’s Whidbey Island. We focus on three-season vegetable production as well as growing over 100 varieties of Certified Organic, Open-Pollinated, and Non-GMO seed. While a handful of varieties found in our catalog are grown by other reputable organic growers in the Pacific Northwest, the vast majority are grown here at Deep Harvest Farm. Ecological soil management techniques such as minimal tillage, cover cropping, and building organic matter are the farm’s guiding principles, and we’re constantly seeking opportunities to further learn from the land, soil and seeds. Through the expansion of native hedgerows, fruit orchards and flowering perennials, we strive to provide as much habitat for pollinators and wildlife on the farm as possible.

Nathaniel Talbot and Annie Jesperson have been growing seed for wholesale and packet sales for 10 years on Whidbey Island.
Basil, Beets, Borage, Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrot, Chicory, Chives, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Kale, Lettuce, Melons, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Popcorn, Poppy, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Rutabaga, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Winter squash, ZinniaWA98249United States
Dora’s Garden LLC, OregonSusan Boydhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/doras-garden-llc/http://www.dorasgarden.com/Scale of Operations: 52 acres
Climate: dry, high desert
Distribution: Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Cilantro, Dill, Mustards, Peppers, Radishes
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
My 52-acre farm has been certified organic by Oregon Tilth since 2012. I have been saving seed for my own use for at least 10 years. I want to market seed from my garden. I am not set up to harvest field seed yet.Cilantro, Dill, Mustards, Peppers, RadishesOR97883United States
Dragonfly Farms, TennesseeRandal Norvillehttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/dragonfly-farms/Scale of Operations: 6 acres
Climate: Warm, humid we are in the south
Distribution: Contract sales
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Cabbage, Corn, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Garden beans, Grain, Hollyhock, Lettuce, Marigold, Mustard, Mustards, Okra, Onions, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Potatoes, Radishes, Snapdragon, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Tomatoes, Turnips, Wheat, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
We grow a variety of seeds for different seed companies. We are in our fifth year of seed production.Cabbage, Corn, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Garden beans, Grain, Hollyhock, Lettuce, Marigold, Mustard, Mustards, Okra, Onions, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Potatoes, Radishes, Snapdragon, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Tomatoes, Turnips, Wheat, ZinniaTN37118United States731-4457991
Eldur Heron Farm, WashingtonNathan Minorhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/eldur-heron-farm/http://www.eldur-heron-farm.com/Scale of Operations: 0.5 acres
Climate: Maritime Northwest
Distribution: Contract sales, Other
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Asparagus, Beets, Carrot, Chamomile, Corn, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Kale, Marigold, Nasturtium, Oats, Onions, Peas, Peppers, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rye, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Winter squash
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Contact me through email at nate@eldur-heron-farm.com or call (360) 202-9484.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Small scale organic vegetable production for both fresh produce and seed. Focus on open pollinated, heirloom varieties that are well adapted to the maritime climate of the Pacific Northwest. Even though I have kept a home garden throughout my life (just turned 28, approximately 20-25 years gardening), I am brand new to both small scale organic agriculture and seed production.Asparagus, Beets, Carrot, Chamomile, Corn, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Kale, Marigold, Nasturtium, Oats, Onions, Peas, Peppers, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rye, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Winter squashWA98283United States
EXG SP ZOO, OTHERserhii kulidahttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/exg-sp-zoo/http://exgspzoo.com/Scale of Operations: 5000 acres
Distribution: Online store front
Certifications: Biodynamic, Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Alfalfa, Barley, Buckwheat, Corn, Grain, Millet, Oats, Sorghum, Sunflower, Wheat
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
« EXG Sp Z o.o.» wholesale exporter of agricultural products from Ukraine. Since establishment, the Company has been proving itself as a reliable, competent and responsible partner at the international market. Main lines of activity are purchasing, cleaning, packaging, storage and export of grains, pulses, diary products and oil seeds. Main exporting products are: Wheat grains, wheat flour, wheat bran, Soybean and soybeans meal, oats grains, Semolina ( fine semolina and coarse semolina ), corn, walnuts , hazelnuts, sorghum, Sugar, etc.Alfalfa, Barley, Buckwheat, Corn, Grain, Millet, Oats, Sorghum, Sunflower, Wheat80-066Poland
Experimental Farm Network, New JerseyNate Kleinmanhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/experimental-farm-network/http://www.experimentalfarmnetwork.org/Scale of Operations: 10 acres
Climate: Mid-Atlantic & Midwest
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front, Other
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Asparagus, Basil, Buckwheat, Calendula, Cilantro, Corn, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fennel, Garden beans, Grain, Kale, Lettuce, Melons, Okra, Onions, Other, Peas, Peppers, Pumpkins, Radishes, Sorghum, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Via our seed-store website: www.EFNSeeds.com
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Founded in 2013, EFN is a non-profit cooperative dedicated to driving innovation in sustainable agriculture and plant breeding by facilitating collaboration between researchers and volunteers. A primary focus is developing perennial staple crops for climate change mitigation. Our website (www.ExperimentalFarmNetwork.org) is our main organizing tool. At www.EFNSeeds.com we sell ecologically-grown seeds with a focus on rare heirlooms, landraces, breeding mixes, and perennial edibles. The non-profit is based in Philadelphia, with most of our seed farming operations in New Jersey and Minnesota.Asparagus, Basil, Buckwheat, Calendula, Cilantro, Corn, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fennel, Garden beans, Grain, Kale, Lettuce, Melons, Okra, Onions, Other, Peas, Peppers, Pumpkins, Radishes, Sorghum, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squashPA19107United States
Farm Direct Organic Seed, ColoradoDan Hobbshttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/farm-firect-organic-seed/www.farmdirectseed.comScale of Operations: 43 acres
Climate: Semi-arid
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Buckwheat, Calendula, Carrot, Cereal rye, Cilantro, Corn, Cowpeas, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Okra, Onions, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Potatoes, Radishes, Rye, Shallots, Summer squash, Sunflower, Tomatoes, Wheat, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing:
www.farmdirectseed.com
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Certified organic 43 acre irrigated farms located in Southeast Colorado and Northern New Mexico. Grow ~70 varieties of open pollinated vegetable, herb, flower and grain varieties, plus seed shallots and garlic. Selecting for drought hardiness, flavor and nutrition. Direct sales to farmers and gardeners as well as bulk quantities of certain varieties for seed companies. Over 20 years experience.Basil, Buckwheat, Calendula, Carrot, Cereal rye, Cilantro, Corn, Cowpeas, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Okra, Onions, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Potatoes, Radishes, Rye, Shallots, Summer squash, Sunflower, Tomatoes, Wheat, Winter squash, ZinniaCO81321United States
FarmFolk CityFolk Seed Farm, British ColumbiaDavid Catzelhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/farmfolk-cityfolk-seed-farm/http://bcseeds.org/Scale of Operations: 3.5 acres
Climate: Temperate
Distribution: Contract sales, Other
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Broccoli, Carrot, Tomatoes, Winter squash
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: email bcseeds@farmfolkcityfolk.ca
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Research and Education Seed FarmBroccoli, Carrot, Tomatoes, Winter squashBCBCV5P0E2Canada
Feral Heart Farm, CaliforniaAaron Dinwoodiehttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/feral-heart-farm/http://feralheartfarm.com/Scale of Operations: 3 acres
Climate: Hot dry summer, cold wet winter
Distribution: Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Artichoke, Aster, Basil, Beets, Broad beans, Broccoli, Calendula, Carrot, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Cilantro, Collards, Cowpeas, Dill, Dry beans, Fava beans, Garden beans, Kale, Lettuce, Marigold, Millet, Mustard, Mustards, Oats, Okra, Parsley, Peppers, Sorghum, specialty greens, Swiss chard, Tomatoes
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Email
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Certified organic 3 acre herb, flower, seed and vegetable farm. Several years experience growing small lots of various types of seed including Asian and obscure or uncommon seed varieties.Artichoke, Aster, Basil, Beets, Broad beans, Broccoli, Calendula, Carrot, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Cilantro, Collards, Cowpeas, Dill, Dry beans, Fava beans, Garden beans, Kale, Lettuce, Marigold, Millet, Mustard, Mustards, Oats, Okra, Parsley, Peppers, Sorghum, specialty greens, Swiss chard, TomatoesCA94586United States
Ferme Duncan et Cie, QuebecHélène Sabyhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/ferme-duncan-et-cie/Scale of Operations: 0.5 acres
Climate: Humid continental
Distribution: Contract sales
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Beets, Broad beans, Calendula, Chamomile, Chives, Cilantro, Corn, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Garden beans, Garlic, Kale, Lettuce, Melons, Mustards, Okra, Onions, Peas, Peppers, Poppy, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Sorghum, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Winter squash
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: If you are interested in buying some of my seeds or would like to set a seed contract with me, please contact me by email in a first time and I’ll be happy to discuss about it.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
I have 2 years of experience working in a seed company.
This year I decided to start my own part time seed production.
I produce several vegetable and flower seeds, certified organic, that I sell to retail seed companies

Available to buy at the automn 2022 : black cumin, sorrel, gorria hot pepper
Basil, Beets, Broad beans, Calendula, Chamomile, Chives, Cilantro, Corn, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Garden beans, Garlic, Kale, Lettuce, Melons, Mustards, Okra, Onions, Peas, Peppers, Poppy, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Sorghum, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Winter squash
Ferry Boat Seeds, WashingtonLouisa Brouwerhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/ferry-boat-seeds/http://www.ferryboatseeds.com/Scale of Operations: 18 acres
Climate: Maritime
Distribution: Contract sales
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Barley, Beets, Buckwheat, Cereal rye, Grain, Leeks, Lettuce, Oats, Onions, Other, Peas, Shallots, Spinach, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Triticale, Wheat
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Ferry Boat Seeds LLC is located on San Juan Island in northwestern Washington State. It specializes in contract production of stock and foundation seed suited to a maritime climate (Swiss chard, beets, spinach, onion, lettuce, winter peas, small grains and more). The company owns a 17-acre farm where it is building a seed cleaning facility. The farm and cleaning facility will be certified organic in time for harvest 2020. Ferry Boat Seeds works with other farms in San Juan County to obtain additional isolations. Ferry Boat Seeds was founded in March 2018 by Louisa Brouwer, who has a PhD in plant breeding from Washington State University.Barley, Beets, Buckwheat, Cereal rye, Grain, Leeks, Lettuce, Oats, Onions, Other, Peas, Shallots, Spinach, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Triticale, WheatWA98250United States
Finnriver Grain Co., Washingtonkeith kislerhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/finnriver-grain-co/http://finnriver.com/Scale of Operations: 200 acres
Climate: PNW maritime
Distribution: Contract sales
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Annual ryegrass, Barley, Beets, Buckwheat, Cereal rye, Corn, Dry beans, Grain, Oats, Peas, Phacelia, Popcorn, Potatoes, Rye, Spinach, Tillage or forage radish, Triticale, Vetch, Wheat
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: contact Keith Kisler by phone or email.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
200 acres Certified Organic. We grow rye, vetch, barley, quinoa, heritage wheat, perennial wheat, naked spelt, phacelia, dry beans, peas, field corn, buckwheat, naked oats, and various vegetable seed crops.Annual ryegrass, Barley, Beets, Buckwheat, Cereal rye, Corn, Dry beans, Grain, Oats, Peas, Phacelia, Popcorn, Potatoes, Rye, Spinach, Tillage or forage radish, Triticale, Vetch, WheatWA98325United States
First Rain Farm, CaliforniaTim Van Wagnerhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/first-rain-farm/http://www.firstrainfarm.com/Scale of Operations: 3 acres
Climate: Zone 7. Mediterranean. Dry summers wet winters. 2500’ elevation.
Distribution: Contract sales
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Beets, Carrot, Cilantro, Collards, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Fava beans, Garlic, Kale, Leeks, Parsley, Phacelia, Radishes, Rutabaga, Shallots, Tomatoes, Turnips
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Email
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
We’re a diverse operation bringing together seed production, market fruits and vegetables and livestock. We focus largely on dry seeded biennials as well as garlic and shallots. We have experience with a wide array of seed crops. Our capacity on dry seeded crops is from 20# to 500#. We would love to connect.Basil, Beets, Carrot, Cilantro, Collards, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Fava beans, Garlic, Kale, Leeks, Parsley, Phacelia, Radishes, Rutabaga, Shallots, Tomatoes, TurnipsCA95959United States
Folks Farm and Seed, ColoradoAlex Zeidnerhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/folks-farm-and-seed/https://www.folksfarmandseed.com/Scale of Operations: 4 acres
Climate: Arid Mountain West
Distribution: Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Broad beans, Calendula, Carrot, Chicory, Cilantro, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Fava beans, Garden beans, Garlic, Lettuce, Melons, Mustard, Mustards, Oats, Okra, Onions, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Poppy, Snapdragon, Sorghum, specialty greens, Sunflower, Swiss chard, Turnips, Watermelons, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Through our webstore.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
I have personally been growing and saving regionally adapted open pollinated seeds since 2014. Folks Farm continues to adapt and grow a wide variety of seed crops including lettuce, tomatoes, and flowers. We sell most of our seeds directly to consumers and also wholesale to local businesses.Basil, Broad beans, Calendula, Carrot, Chicory, Cilantro, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Fava beans, Garden beans, Garlic, Lettuce, Melons, Mustard, Mustards, Oats, Okra, Onions, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Poppy, Snapdragon, Sorghum, specialty greens, Sunflower, Swiss chard, Turnips, Watermelons, ZinniaCO80526United States
Fore the People Seed Farm, CaliforniaSarah Silverheels-Kellerhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/fore-the-people-seed-farm/Scale of Operations: 20 acres
Climate: hot dry
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.)
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Buckwheat, Calendula, Chives, Clover, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Dry beans, Garden beans, Garlic, Hollyhock, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Mint, Mustard, Mustards, Onions, Oregano, Parsley, Peppers, Popcorn, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rutabaga, Sage, Snapdragon, specialty greens, Statice, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Tomatoes, Vetch, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: BY email. FTPSeeds@gmail.com
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Our organic seed farm is located in the foothills one mile before the state park Bridgeport and the Yuba River in Nevada county CA. We bought the farm in 2014. We are in rolling hills woodland area with two creeks on 60 acres. I lease the lower part of the land to a cattlemen and we have cows and my one horse in pasteur.
We plant, harvest and process organic seed for sale. We do contract grow outs and verity trials for seed breeders. We grow tomatoes , beans, corn, flowers, peppers, cucumbers, basil , garlic, herbs & more.
Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Buckwheat, Calendula, Chives, Clover, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Dry beans, Garden beans, Garlic, Hollyhock, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Mint, Mustard, Mustards, Onions, Oregano, Parsley, Peppers, Popcorn, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rutabaga, Sage, Snapdragon, specialty greens, Statice, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Tomatoes, Vetch, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Foundroot, AlaskaLeah Wagnerhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/foundroot/https://foundroot.com/Scale of Operations: 1 acres
Climate: Northern, coastal, cold
Distribution: Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Borage, Calendula, Chamomile, Chives, Cilantro, Cornflower, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Hollyhock, Kale, Lettuce, Marjoram, Melons, Mint, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Pansy, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Poppy, Potatoes, Sage, Summer squash, Tomatoes, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Please shop online at www.foundroot.com.
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
Foundroot is a small family-owned company owned and operated by Alaskan farmers. We grow and source high quality open-pollinated seeds that we have tested and proven for the challenging conditions of northern growing. We strive to support food sovereignty and resilient communities from seed to table.Basil, Borage, Calendula, Chamomile, Chives, Cilantro, Cornflower, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Hollyhock, Kale, Lettuce, Marjoram, Melons, Mint, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Pansy, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Poppy, Potatoes, Sage, Summer squash, Tomatoes, Winter squash, ZinniaAK99827United States907-314-2014
Fresh Roots Farm, MontanaKarl Suttonhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/fresh-roots-farm/http://flarepops.com/Scale of Operations: 6 acres
Climate: Intermountain
Distribution: Contract sales
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Beets, Calendula, Carrot, Cilantro, Corn, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Garden beans, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Mustard, Mustards, Onions, Other, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rutabaga, specialty greens, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Fresh Roots Farm is a certified organic, diversified small fruit and seed farm located seven miles south of Polson, MT at the base of the Mission Mountains. We specialize in cool and warm season annual and biennial seed crops. We presently grow about 5 acres of seed on contract for several seed houses. We have ample isolation from GMOs and our cold winters help reduce disease and pest pressure.Beets, Calendula, Carrot, Cilantro, Corn, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Garden beans, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Mustard, Mustards, Onions, Other, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rutabaga, specialty greens, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Frog Level Farm, MississippiChasiti McGheehttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/frog-level-farm/Scale of Operations: 1 acres
Climate: Zone 7 B
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.)
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Buckwheat, Calendula, Carrot, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Garlic, Hollyhock, Kale, Lettuce, Mint, Mustard, Mustards, Okra, Peas, Peppers, Radishes, Spinach, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Winter squash
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
I have been growing and producing organic vegetables and seeds for over fiver years now. I have been growing on one acre for the past three years and before now I grew on thirty acres. My farm is equip to isolate varieties and we do not use any GMO seed on the farm. I am currently saving seed for my farm and a certified naturally grown farm in the city. I enjoy growing and learning!Basil, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Buckwheat, Calendula, Carrot, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Garlic, Hollyhock, Kale, Lettuce, Mint, Mustard, Mustards, Okra, Peas, Peppers, Radishes, Spinach, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Winter squash
Full Circle Seeds, British ColumbiaMary Alice Johnsonhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/full-circle-seeds/http://fullcircleseeds.com/Scale of Operations: 17 acres
Climate: pacific northwest temperate rainforest
Distribution: Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front, Other
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Celery and celeriac, Chervil, Chives, Cilantro, Collards, Cornflower, Cucumbers, Dry beans, Fava beans, Hollyhock, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Poppy, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Shallots, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Winter squash
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: email is best
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Certified Organic farm and seed company operating since 1986, growing our own seed and selling through stores and our website. We are a member and grow in bulk for the BC Eco Seed Coop. Our customer base is largely in British Columbia but we mail seed across Canada, the USA and InternationallyBeets, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Celery and celeriac, Chervil, Chives, Cilantro, Collards, Cornflower, Cucumbers, Dry beans, Fava beans, Hollyhock, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Poppy, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Shallots, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Winter squashBCV9Z1H8Canada
Gaia Herbs, North CarolinaThomas Leonardhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/gaia-herbs/https://www.gaiaherbs.com/pages/our-farmScale of Operations: 350 acres
Climate: USDA Zone 7
Distribution: Contract sales, Other
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Alfalfa, Artichoke, Basil, Chamomile, Clover, Fennel, Mint, Oats, Oregano, Other, Parsley, Poppy, Radishes, Rye
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
We grow over 40 strains of high quality certified organic medicinal herbs on our 350 acre farm. Most of our cherished seed is saved for on farm use, but our bountiful harvests yield more seed than we can use. Therefore, we would love to share the magic of our farmAlfalfa, Artichoke, Basil, Chamomile, Clover, Fennel, Mint, Oats, Oregano, Other, Parsley, Poppy, Radishes, Rye
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
NC28712United States
Galusha Hill Organic Seeds, VermontJennifer Iveryhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/galusha-hill-organic-seeds/http://galushahillseed.com/Scale of Operations: 5 acres
Climate: 1800 feet elevation north east kingdom
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Borage, Calendula, Corn, Cosmos, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Garden beans, Garlic, Hollyhock, Marigold, Mint, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Onions, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Poppy, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: galushahillseed.com
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Founded in 2009 we produce organic vegetable seeds adapted to short seasons, cold nights, and windy conditions. All of the seeds we sell are grown and tested on our home farm.Borage, Calendula, Corn, Cosmos, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Garden beans, Garlic, Hollyhock, Marigold, Mint, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Onions, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Poppy, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Winter squash, ZinniaVT05076United States
Garden Hoard, MichiganKatie & Christian Flickingerhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/garden-hoard/https://www.gardenhoard.com/Scale of Operations: 7 acres
Distribution: Online store front
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Aster, Basil, Beets, Calendula, Carrot, Celery and celeriac, Chives, Cilantro, Corn, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Hollyhock, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Marjoram, Melons, Mint, Mustards, Nasturtium, Okra, Onions, Oregano, Other, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Poppy, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rosemary, Sage, Snapdragon, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Thyme, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Visit https://www.gardenhoard.com to place an order.
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
Garden Hoard has been producing organic heirloom produce seeds for over 8 years. We have a wide variety of organic seeds, but specialize in Heirloom Tomatoes and other vegetables. Our farm is named Renegade Acres.Aster, Basil, Beets, Calendula, Carrot, Celery and celeriac, Chives, Cilantro, Corn, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Hollyhock, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Marjoram, Melons, Mint, Mustards, Nasturtium, Okra, Onions, Oregano, Other, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Poppy, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rosemary, Sage, Snapdragon, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Thyme, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, ZinniaMI48855United States
Good Earth Farms Seeds, British ColumbiaHeather Millshttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/good-earth-farms-seeds/http://goodearthfarms.ca/Scale of Operations: 4.5 acres
Climate: Pacific North West
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Calendula, Chamomile, Chives, Cilantro, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Fava beans, Garden beans, Kale, Lettuce, Marigold, Mustards, Nasturtium, Other, Parsley, Peas, Poppy, Pumpkins, Radishes, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Winter squash
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: On-line Store, email, phone, mail
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Established in 1999, growing and selling Certified Organic Seeds for home growers, market gardeners and farmers. On-line Store, bulk amounts available. Open pollinated, heirloom and heritage vegetable, herb and flower seeds. Organic Certification by PACS (Pacific Agricultural Certification Society)Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Calendula, Chamomile, Chives, Cilantro, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Fava beans, Garden beans, Kale, Lettuce, Marigold, Mustards, Nasturtium, Other, Parsley, Peas, Poppy, Pumpkins, Radishes, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Winter squashBCV9J1G6Canada
Grateful Gardens, NebraskaMichael Curticehttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/grateful-gardens/http://gratefulseedsaver.com/Scale of Operations: 2 acres
Climate: Hot & Humid (Zone 5a)
Distribution: Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Other
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Chervil, Chicory, Chives, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Marjoram, Melons, Mint, Mustard, Nasturtium, Okra, Onions, Oregano, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Poppy, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rosemary, Rutabaga, Sage, Shallots, Snapdragon, Sorghum, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tarragon, Thyme, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Call/Text/Email. Will take cash, money order, company check or a PayPal.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
I own/operate a sustainable vegan/organic urban farm. My focus is on heirloom/O-P vegetable crop seed production with an emphasis on heirloom tomatoes (700+ varieties) and peppers (200+ varieties). I have 40+ years of rural/urban farming, seed saving, seed production. seed/land stewardship, plant breeding and market crop production. I practice ‘dry-farming’, TRUE ORGANICS (not the USDA’s ‘pseudo’ Organic Certified Program), and utilize fermented ‘dynamic accumulator’ plants as a food source for the plants/soil. Water and Soil conservation are key practices throughout my system. I do/have done seed work for or with Seed Savers Exchange, Seed Matters, Organic Seed Alliance, Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance, Garden Organic (U.K.) and various seed organizations/public libraries/national/international seed banks. I steward a seed collection that is always open for trading with others, too.Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Chervil, Chicory, Chives, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Marjoram, Melons, Mint, Mustard, Nasturtium, Okra, Onions, Oregano, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Poppy, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rosemary, Rutabaga, Sage, Shallots, Snapdragon, Sorghum, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tarragon, Thyme, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Gro Alliance, LLC, WisconsinJeffrey Blockhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/gro-alliance-llc/http://www.groalliance.com/Climate: Wisconsin, Iowa & Indiana growing regions
Distribution: Contract sales
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Corn, Grain
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Contract production of organic hybrid corn seed. Full capabilities on all levels from planting, detassel, harvest, cleaning, packaging services, etc. all services available. Open to other organic row crop production as well.Corn, GrainWI53807United States
H T Ranch, OklahomaClark Phippshttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/h-t-ranch/Scale of Operations: 1000 acres
Climate: Zone 7
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Grain, Sunflower, Wheat
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Grain ProductionGrain, Sunflower, WheatND58620United States701-879-6336
Hands On Organics, OregonAlan Adessehttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/hands-on-organics/Scale of Operations: 10 acres
Climate: Maritime N .W. Mid Willamette Valley
Distribution: Contract sales, Other
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Artichoke, Aster, Barley, Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Chervil, Chinese cabbage, Cilantro, Corn, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Grain, Hollyhock, Kale, Leeks, Marigold, Melons, Millet, Mint, Mustard, Nasturtium, Onions, Parsley, Peppers, Poppy, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Rutabaga, Sage, Snapdragon, specialty greens, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Get in touch with me by email-text-phone
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Over 30 years experience growing seeds and herbs. Have started over 3 different farms in this time period. Have handled flowers, vegetables, grains and ornamentals.Artichoke, Aster, Barley, Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Chervil, Chinese cabbage, Cilantro, Corn, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Grain, Hollyhock, Kale, Leeks, Marigold, Melons, Millet, Mint, Mustard, Nasturtium, Onions, Parsley, Peppers, Poppy, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Rutabaga, Sage, Snapdragon, specialty greens, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Winter squash, Zinnia541-232-3840
health naturo, Californiaemily burgerhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/health-naturo/Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
Chronic or acute pain are something that cannot be avoided, the more it is avoided the more the pain increases with time and at a certain point of time it would be unbearable. So to get instant and effective relief there is a solution and that is Tapentadol, it is a novel atypical opioid analgestic that treats chronic or acute pain. it makes tapentadol one of the most sought-after opiod medications. This quality medication is available on the leading pharmaceutical website Health nature. For more details, Visit here.
Hebei Dayu Seeds, AlaskaXiao Zhanghttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/hebei-dayu-seeds/https://www.dayuseeds.com/Scale of Operations: 1000 acres
Distribution: Online store front
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Barley, Cabbage, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Cereal rye, Chamomile, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Corn, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Eggplant, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Melons, Okra, Parsley, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Radishes, Sorghum, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Tillage or forage radish, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: dyseedsali@163.com
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
Established in 1989, Dayu Seed Industry Co.,Ltd. has been specialized in seeds (including field and vegetable seeds) breeding, reproduction and selling for more than 30 years. Based on our business philosophy “plant life, cultivate future”, we regard every seed as a responsibility for our customers and the whole society. We also believe that customer demand is a crucial driving force for the development of a company. Therefore our company has not only adhered to the market oriented principle, but also made great efforts in better after-sales service. We provide our customers high-quality seeds with required legal qualification certificates and the after-sales consultation with regard to crop planting and management skills. We have actively participated in the industry exchanges and promotion activities. We sincerely welcome our customers at home and abroad to visit our factory and we are looking forward to establishing long-term partnership with our esteemed customers.Barley, Cabbage, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Cereal rye, Chamomile, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Corn, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Eggplant, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Melons, Okra, Parsley, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Radishes, Sorghum, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Tillage or forage radish, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squashHebeiChina
High Falls Hemp New York, New YorkRick Weissmanhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/high-falls-hemp-new-york/https://highfallshempny.com/Distribution: Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.)
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Asparagus
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
The full spectrum of wellness begins at High Falls Hemp. Natural, high quality, products made with full-spectrum hemp extract including CBD or CBD isolate–NY State licensed.

High Falls Hemp is the original and trusted CBD brand in New York. With High Falls Hemp, the CBD wellness revolution starts here in NY, where seed meets soul. Feed your spirit, strength & soul with our high-quality, locally grown, CBD-infused products. We craft the purest hemp-derived CBD-infused supplements, tinctures, and topical care products to promote your health and wellness to the optimum level.

Cannabidiol or CBD is the medicinal, hemp-derived oil that holds the key to unlocking the body’s endocannabinoid system.

Our mission: our distinct “seed to soul” philosophy originates from our family-owned farm in Upstate New York and is driven by our mission to craft the purest hemp-derived CBD-infused supplements. We are licensed to grow hemp for high CBD content by the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets.
Asparagus
Insight Developers, VirginiaBarbara Rosholdthttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/insight-developers/Scale of Operations: 3 acres
Climate: mid-Atlantic – humid and warm
Distribution: Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Other
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Chicory, Garden beans, Lettuce, Okra, Peas, Peppers, Sorghum, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: For pawpaw seed, send an email and request a price list. For all others, I post on Grassroots Seed Network.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Domestead in central Virginia, raising fruit, vegetables, poultry. Applying permaculture principles where possible, also working with biodynamics. Entire production uses organic or non-GMO inputs where possible. Dabble in breeding, but have been saving seed for 20 years. Have been a part of SSE, GSN, and brought seed to SESE. Am on the board of the North American Fruit Explorers (NAFEX) and NA Pawpaw Growers Assn (NAPGA), I save pawpaw seed and sell seed, trees, and fruit in season.Chicory, Garden beans, Lettuce, Okra, Peas, Peppers, Sorghum, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Ivan’s Meadow, CaliforniaQuin Shakrahttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/ivans-meadow/http://www.ivansmeadow.com/Scale of Operations: 1 acres
Climate: Mediterranean
Distribution: Online store front
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Fava beans, Onions, Sage
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Visit The Plant Good Seed Company website at www.plantgoodseed.com.
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
Seed production for The Plant Good Seed Company in Ojai, California. Specializing in:

True Comfrey (Symphytum officinale)
Tuberous Comfrey (Symphytum tuberosum)
White Sage (Salvia apiana)
Mexican Elderberry (Sambucus nigra ssp. Caerulea)
California Mugwort (Artemisia douglasiana)
Catnip (Nepeta cataria)
Wild Dagga (Leonotis leonurus)
…and other Southern California native plants
Basil, Fava beans, Onions, Sage
Ivory Silo Farm, MassachusettsBill Braunhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/ivory-silo-farm/http://www.freedseedfederation.org/Scale of Operations: 5 acres
Climate: maritime zone 7b
Distribution: Contract sales
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Beets, Cabbage, Calendula, Celery and celeriac, Chervil, Chicory, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Melons, Mustard, Mustards, Onions, Oregano, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Pumpkins, Rutabaga, Sage, Shallots, specialty greens, Summer squash, Sunflower, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Winter squash
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Ivory Silo Farm is a certified organic farm along the southeastern coast of Massachusetts. We grow vegetables, flowers, herbs, fruit, and seeds on about 5 acres. We are also the central hub for seed preservation, variety trialing, and breeding for Freed Seed Federation. Though most of our seed growing is for local distribution, we periodically grow seed on contract and provide seed cleaning services for seed companies.Basil, Beets, Cabbage, Calendula, Celery and celeriac, Chervil, Chicory, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Melons, Mustard, Mustards, Onions, Oregano, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Pumpkins, Rutabaga, Sage, Shallots, specialty greens, Summer squash, Sunflower, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Winter squashMA02790United States
Jardines, Inc, CaliforniaJack Andersonhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/jardines-inc/Scale of Operations: 500 acres
Climate: Coastal/
Distribution: Contract sales
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Artichoke, Buckwheat, Celery and celeriac, Corn, Dry beans, Garlic, Grain, Onions, Rye, Wheat
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
Artichoke, Buckwheat, Celery and celeriac, Corn, Dry beans, Garlic, Grain, Onions, Rye, WheatCA95045United States831-623-2800
JK Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre, OTHERSheikh Gulzarhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/jk-medicinal-plants-introduction-centre/https://jkmpic.blogspot.com/Scale of Operations: 5 acres
Climate: Temperate
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Artichoke, Asparagus, Basil, Carrot, Chamomile, Chicory, Cilantro, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Eggplant, Garden beans, Oregano, Pansy, Pumpkins, Rosemary, Sunflower, Thyme, Tomatoes
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Order via e-mail
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
The Jammu and Kashmir Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre-JKMPIC, is a pioneer institution to start cultivation of important indigenous medicinal plants and introduce many from other parts of the world. A preliminary study on cultivation of medicinal plants in Jammu and Kashmir was from this institution. The medicinal plant garden created, grown and nurtured by JKMPIC around its unit complex contains Kashmir’s largest privately owned collection of medicinal plants,spanning over 300 varieties, including rare and endemic medicinal plants.

The garden is a treasure teove of herbal remedies that have been used for thousands of years by our ancestors for healing, health and beauty. All plants in the garden are carefully conserved for future generations further, a tissue culture lab. Established within the medicinal plant garden propagates and distributes rare medicinal plants as a further conservation effort. The plant research centre also nestled within the garden carries out advanced plant research into the medicinal plants in the garden, researching and validating their traditional uses.
Artichoke, Asparagus, Basil, Carrot, Chamomile, Chicory, Cilantro, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Eggplant, Garden beans, Oregano, Pansy, Pumpkins, Rosemary, Sunflower, Thyme, TomatoesIndia
Julie Sheen, IdahoJulie Sheenhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/julie-sheen/http://www.givinggroundseeds.com/Scale of Operations: 3 acres
Climate: Arid
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front, Other
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Aster, Basil, Beets, Broad beans, Broccoli, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Celery and celeriac, Chives, Cilantro, Clover, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Hollyhock, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Marjoram, Millet, Mint, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Okra, Onions, Other, Pansy, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Poppy, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rutabaga, Sage, Shallots, Snapdragon, specialty greens, Spinach, Statice, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Thyme, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Order on our website, www.givinggroundseeds.com.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Our certified organic seed varieties are selected to yield abundantly even in short seasons, and to provide fresh garden eating all year long. Here challenging conditions are a given so our seeds naturally come with a “wind-swept seal of approval”- they are proven to thrive even in climatic extremes.sAster, Basil, Beets, Broad beans, Broccoli, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Celery and celeriac, Chives, Cilantro, Clover, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Hollyhock, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Marjoram, Millet, Mint, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Okra, Onions, Other, Pansy, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Poppy, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rutabaga, Sage, Shallots, Snapdragon, specialty greens, Spinach, Statice, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Thyme, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
K7 Farm, MichiganSarah Kostyuhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/k7-farm/http://www.k7farm.com/Scale of Operations: 5 acres
Distribution: Contract sales
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Broad beans, Broccoli, Chamomile, Cilantro, Dry beans, Garden beans, Garlic, Kale, Lettuce, Marjoram, Okra, Oregano, Parsley, Peas, Potatoes, Radishes, Spinach, Summer squash, Tomatoes
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Contact me with interest
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
I have been saving and producing some of our own seed for over 10 years, growing food for 18. I have a farm in Concord dedicated to growing produce for both seed production and consumption using organic growing methodsBasil, Broad beans, Broccoli, Chamomile, Cilantro, Dry beans, Garden beans, Garlic, Kale, Lettuce, Marjoram, Okra, Oregano, Parsley, Peas, Potatoes, Radishes, Spinach, Summer squash, TomatoesMI49237United States
La Constelacion, OTHERAlex Edlesonhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/la-constelacion/http://www.sembrareco.org/Scale of Operations: 10 acres
Climate: Diverse conditions – from wet winters with dry summers, to dry winters with wet summers
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front, Other
Certifications: Biodynamic, Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Barley, Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Buckwheat, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Celery and celeriac, Cereal rye, Chamomile, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Grain, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Oats, Okra, Onions, Other, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Poppy, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Rutabaga, Rye, Sorghum, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tillage or forage radish, Tomatoes, Triticale, Turnips, Vetch, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Please contact us directly (requires import-export procedures).
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
“La Constelacion” is a commercial initiative born from the Argentine Biodynamic Association in 2018. It is a collaborative project that integrates a network of small organic and biodynamic farmers around Argentina.
We grow all families of common vegetable seed crops, making use of the diverse geoclimatic contexts in Argentina to achieve the best quality for each crop.
We also have an experimental field for breeding projects and crop trial evaluations. We are open to proposals for winter nurseries for northern hemisphere needs, including true-to-type trials.
Barley, Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Buckwheat, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Celery and celeriac, Cereal rye, Chamomile, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Grain, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Oats, Okra, Onions, Other, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Poppy, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Rutabaga, Rye, Sorghum, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tillage or forage radish, Tomatoes, Triticale, Turnips, Vetch, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash, Zinnia
Le Noyau seeds, QuebecTeprine Baldohttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/le-noyau-seeds/http://www.lenoyau.com/Scale of Operations: 5 acres
Climate: 5a-6a
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Calendula, Carrot, Chamomile, Chives, Cilantro, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Garden beans, Garlic, Hollyhock, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Marjoram, Melons, Nasturtium, Okra, Onions, Other, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Poppy, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rutabaga, Sage, Snapdragon, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet pea, Thyme, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Please contact me at: teprine@lenoyau.com Prière de m’écrire à : teprine@lenoyau.com
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
I have been growing seed now for 6 years. Have mostly been doing individual seed packs but I am thinking that I want to migrate towards bulk production and sell larger quantities of organic seeds that we produce. Je travail avec les semences depuis 6 ans maintenant et j’apprends chaque année comment amélioré mes connaissances et stratégie pour travailler en harmonie avec le changement climatique que je vis. Merci, thank you, nia:wen, wliwni.Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Calendula, Carrot, Chamomile, Chives, Cilantro, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Garden beans, Garlic, Hollyhock, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Marjoram, Melons, Nasturtium, Okra, Onions, Other, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Poppy, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rutabaga, Sage, Snapdragon, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet pea, Thyme, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Les Jardins de l’écoumène, QuebecJean-Francois Levequehttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/les-jardins-de-lecoumene/http://www.ecoumene.com/Scale of Operations: 5 acres
Climate: Nordique
Distribution: Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Calendula, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Corn, Cucumbers, Garden beans, Kale, Lettuce, Melons, Onions, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rutabaga, Shallots, Spinach, Summer squash, Sweet corn, Thyme, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Winter squash
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Calendula, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Corn, Cucumbers, Garden beans, Kale, Lettuce, Melons, Onions, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rutabaga, Shallots, Spinach, Summer squash, Sweet corn, Thyme, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Winter squashQuebecJ0K2E0
Little Pond Farm, FloridaCole Turnerhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/little-pond-farm/http://littlepondfarm.com/Scale of Operations: 5 acres
Climate: Hot / humid
Distribution: Contract sales
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Other
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Certified organic farm, growing vegetables and cut flowers since 2013 on 5 acres of land. Currently the only crop we grow for seed is celosia, which we have been producing since 2020.OtherFL32309United States
Living Energy Farm, VirginiaBrenda Callenhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/living-energy-farm/http://livingenergyfarm.org/Scale of Operations: 2 acres
Climate: Zone 6a
Distribution: Contract sales
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Corn, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dry beans, Eggplant, Melons, Okra, Peppers, Pumpkins, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Tomatoes, Watermelons
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
We are an intentional community of 9 people on 127 acres, much of it forested. We farm 1 acre for organic seed production for local seed companies, wholesale, in addition to another acre devoted to food subsistence farming. We have over 10 years of seed growing experience. We are particularly looking for seed growers interested in joining our off grid communal lifestyle, which we see as a model for a globally accessible solution to the worldwide ecological crisis. Research and development of low fossil fuel farm operations is a big part of our mission.Corn, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dry beans, Eggplant, Melons, Okra, Peppers, Pumpkins, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Tomatoes, WatermelonsVA23093United States
LocalScale, OTHERAlice Ohttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/localscale/https://localscale.org/Scale of Operations: 2 acres
Climate: Mountain
Distribution: Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Other
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Broccoli, Carrot, Cauliflower, Collards, Garlic, Lettuce, Melons, Mint, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rosemary, Sunflower, Thyme, Tomatoes
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: We will shortly deploy a seed buying system on the website.
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
We have been growing seeds for only 3 years, but are also putting together a seed exchange system that will be live on our site very shortly. We hope to collaborate with everyone here on the Seed Alliance!Basil, Broccoli, Carrot, Cauliflower, Collards, Garlic, Lettuce, Melons, Mint, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rosemary, Sunflower, Thyme, TomatoesCA94104US
M & H Ag llc, ColoradoHorton Nashhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/m-h-ag-llc/Climate: Not consistent
Distribution: Contract sales, Other
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Alfalfa, Asparagus, Aster, Barley, Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Buckwheat, Calendula, Carrot, Celery and celeriac, Cereal rye, Chamomile, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Clover, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Hollyhock, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Millet, Mint, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Oats, Okra, Onions, Oregano, Other, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Popcorn, Poppy, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Rye, Sage, Snapdragon, Sorghum, specialty greens, Spinach, Statice, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Thyme, Tillage or forage radish, Tomatoes, Triticale, Turnips, Vetch, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Contact Directly through email
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Contract seed producer; 5,200-6,200 ft elevation. Breeding and adapting varieties for erratic Western Colorado growing seasons. Drought conditions, high winds, hot days, cool nights.Alfalfa, Asparagus, Aster, Barley, Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Buckwheat, Calendula, Carrot, Celery and celeriac, Cereal rye, Chamomile, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Clover, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Hollyhock, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Millet, Mint, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Oats, Okra, Onions, Oregano, Other, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Popcorn, Poppy, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Rye, Sage, Snapdragon, Sorghum, specialty greens, Spinach, Statice, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Thyme, Tillage or forage radish, Tomatoes, Triticale, Turnips, Vetch, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Manufacturer and Reseller of Rims and Wheels : Wold, United States and Canada., IowaWold Inchttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/manufacturer-and-reseller-of-rims-and-wheels-wold-united-states-and-canada/https://www.woldinc.com/Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
We are industry-leading manufacturer and reseller of rims and wheels with sales throughout the United States and Canada. We have been a part of the St. Ansgar Community since 1938, evolving into the manufacturing of rims and wheels in 1963. Our range of stock includes Farm Implement Wheels, Tractor Replacement Wheels, Straddle Dual Wheels, Straddle Duals, Tall Narrow Wheels, 4 Wheel Drive Tractor Replacement Wheels, 4WD Replacement Wheels, Terra Wheels, Combine Wheels, Sprayer Wheels, etc.IA50472United States
Marie-Claude Comeau, Quebechttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/marie-claude-comeau/Scale of Operations: 1.5 acres
Climate: American Northeast
Distribution: Contract sales
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Broad beans, Calendula, Chamomile, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Corn, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Garden beans, Garlic, Kale, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Mustards, Onions, Other, Pansy, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Popcorn, Poppy, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Rutabaga, specialty greens, Summer squash, Sunflower, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Contact me directly by phone or email and let’s figure out how to make it happen! 514-431-2566 radiclefarm@gmail.com
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
I’m at full-capacity for 2019, but you can still get in touch!!
I run a commercial seed operation in Quebec, on traditional Abénaqui land. My most precious helper is a Belgian draft named Queen. All seeds are certified organic. This project is starting on a 1.5 acre but I intend to grow up to 4 acres in the coming years. STAY TUNED!!
Broad beans, Calendula, Chamomile, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Corn, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Garden beans, Garlic, Kale, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Mustards, Onions, Other, Pansy, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Popcorn, Poppy, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Rutabaga, specialty greens, Summer squash, Sunflower, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia514-431-2566
Meadowlark Hearth, NebraskaBeth Everetthttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/meadowlark-hearth/http://www.meadowlarkhearth.org/Scale of Operations: 5 acres
Climate: dry, high plains, 12-14 inches of rain per year
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Certifications: Biodynamic, Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Alfalfa, Basil, Beets, Broccoli, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Corn, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dill, Eggplant, Fennel, Finocchio, Garlic, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Melons, Mustard, Mustards, Onions, Peppers, Phacelia, Popcorn, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rutabaga, Shallots, Snapdragon, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sweet corn, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: www.meadowlarkhearth.org or email us meadowlarkhearth@gmail.com
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Meadowlark Hearth is a 540 acre farm managed by Corymb’s and partner interns with 3 businesses: grass fed/grass finished micro dairy managed as a cow calf operation for beef, customers pick milk at the farm, a year round CSA even though it is zone 4 with fresh and stored vegetables through non growing season, and out of that arises our seed. Especially focused on biennial vegetable seed production such as cabbage, onion, carrot selecting for storagability in first year. We approach the farm as an organism with Biodynamic recommendations as outlined in the 1924 Koberwitz Agricultural Lectures by Rudolf Steiner. www.meadowlarkhearth.org Also associated with the farm is a non profit called MH Living Environment Foundation striving to restore broken treaty land through on-farm education through internships, tours and classes in seed production as well as an annual Seed Festival on Labor Day weekend www.livingenvironmentfoundationne.org/ Nathan Corymb was trained as a seedsman in Sativa in Switzerland, the first Biodynamic seed company in the world. Beth and Nathan have been growing seed for over 30 years.Alfalfa, Basil, Beets, Broccoli, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Corn, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dill, Eggplant, Fennel, Finocchio, Garlic, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Melons, Mustard, Mustards, Onions, Peppers, Phacelia, Popcorn, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rutabaga, Shallots, Snapdragon, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sweet corn, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Winter squash, ZinniaNE69361United States308-631-5877
Mesa Farms Hemp Seeds, CaliforniaJerry McCawhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/mesa-farms-hemp-seeds/http://mesafarmshemp.com/Scale of Operations: 1.5 acres
Climate: moderate
Distribution: Contract sales
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Other
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Contact Jerry McCaw
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Other
Metchosin Farm, British ColumbiaFiona Hamersley Chambershttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/metchosin-farm/http://www.metchosinfarm.ca/Scale of Operations: 3 acres
Climate: Temperate-Mediterranean
Distribution: Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Artichoke, Aster, Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Buckwheat, Calendula, Carrot, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Chervil, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Hollyhock, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Millet, Mustards, Nasturtium, Onions, Oregano, Other, Pansy, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Poppy, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Rosemary, Rye, Sage, Snapdragon, Spinach, Statice, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Thyme, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: You can purchase our seeds from our website at www.metchosinfarm.ca for either Local Pickup or Delivery By Mail.
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
Metchosin Farm is a small (10 acre) certified organic family-owned business growing 260+ varieties of seed crops and producing a wide diversity of plant starts and perennial fruit bushes. In addition to stewarding heirlooms, we develop new seed varieties and have successfully introduced new tomatoes, apples, chard, kale and other food crops to our customers in British Columbia and beyond.

Located in scenic Metchosin and adjacent to two of the fastest-growing communities in Canada (Langford and Colwood) our property of field and woodland with 3 acres under full seed and perennial production has great potential to grow. During COVID, our product sales have increased dramatically (+5,000% for online seed sales!) and we are now investing in significant infrastructure and administrative upgrades to expand and embrace this opportunity. In our renewed vision after our successful 2020 year, we reviewed our farming operation and focused on aspects that bring and add value/joy, attend to our family’s needs, as well as fulfil the demand that exists for the business. In addition to increasing the volume of seed crops and plant starts grown, we are excited to have started offering regular educational hands-on workshops and learning opportunities to individuals, families, school groups and the general public.

Operating since 2004, our farm team usually consists of the Owner (Fiona Hamersley Chambers), an Administrator, an Assistant Grower, a Farm Hand, an Intern and often 2-3 casual but regular community members (both volunteer and paid).
Artichoke, Aster, Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Buckwheat, Calendula, Carrot, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Chervil, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Hollyhock, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Millet, Mustards, Nasturtium, Onions, Oregano, Other, Pansy, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Poppy, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Rosemary, Rye, Sage, Snapdragon, Spinach, Statice, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Thyme, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash, ZinniaBCV9C3Z4Canada
Methow Valley Seed Collective, WashingtonAnaka Mineshttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/methow-valley-seed-collective/https://www.mvseedcollective.com/Scale of Operations: 3 acres
Climate: Intermountain West
Distribution: Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Beets, Borage, Broccoli, Calendula, Carrot, Cilantro, Corn, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fennel, Garlic, Hollyhock, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Onions, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Poppy, Pumpkins, Radishes, Sage, Shallots, Snapdragon, Spinach, Summer squash, Sweet corn, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: We accept online orders for seed packets through our website.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
We’re a network of small farms collaborating together to curate vegetable, flower, and herb seeds adapted to our bioregion: the intermountain west. We offer our seeds for purchase through our website. We tend and breed our plant varieties to maximize resilience, pest and disease resistance, vigor, and delicious taste. Our dream is to connect with our community and provide deeper connection with our primary source of nourishment: the seed. For ourselves, our fellow farmers, and all who wish to grow plants and learn.Basil, Beets, Borage, Broccoli, Calendula, Carrot, Cilantro, Corn, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fennel, Garlic, Hollyhock, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Onions, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Poppy, Pumpkins, Radishes, Sage, Shallots, Snapdragon, Spinach, Summer squash, Sweet corn, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Mexican organic seeds production, OTHERBENJAMIN BARRALEShttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/mexican-organic-seeds-production/Scale of Operations: 1 acres
Climate: Dry
Distribution: Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.)
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrot, Corn, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Sorghum, Tomatoes
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: I’m working to have a seeds store
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
My first experience with seeds production was when i did crosses in dry beans at the University. Then, i started to work with others crops, for example: peppers and onions. But, i want to improve seeds under organic production.Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrot, Corn, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Sorghum, Tomatoes
Mindful Earth Farm, OregonTenasi Rama Lazarhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/mindful-earth-farm/http://phytonyx.com/Scale of Operations: 6 acres
Climate: Zone 4
Distribution: Contract sales
Certifications: Biodynamic, Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Beets, Calendula, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Corn, Cucumbers, Garlic, Hollyhock, Nasturtium, Peas, specialty greens, Sunflower, Sunn hemp, Sweet corn, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Winter squash
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Email mindfulearthfarm@gmail.com
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Transitioning from breeding and producing feminized high CBD and CBG hemp seed for the last 5 years (phytonyx.com) to breeding high quality vegetable, greens and fruit seeds with the intent of supplying the coming surge of resiliency farms.Basil, Beets, Calendula, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Corn, Cucumbers, Garlic, Hollyhock, Nasturtium, Peas, specialty greens, Sunflower, Sunn hemp, Sweet corn, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Winter squashOR97520United States
MONTANA SURVIVAL SEED, MontanaJonda Larneshttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/montana-survival-seed/http://www.montanasurvivalseed.com/Scale of Operations: 0.5 acres
Climate: Semi Pacific Northwest with hot dry summers
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Aster, Calendula, Carrot, Chives, Dill, Dry beans, Garden beans, Garlic, Kale, Lettuce, Mint, Mustard, Other, Peas, Poppy, Pumpkins, Summer squash, Sunflower, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Winter squash
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Go to website for my current seeds and for contact.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Howdy folks.

My experience is heavy in wild seed harvesting and getting better at domestic seed grow outs. I don’t use gas powered machinery to till or work the land. My experience in seed cleaning is with screens, wind winnowing, and wet fermentation. I do have a box fan and use it when needed.

My seed company is based on seeds for simple people and survival food for humans, pollinators, and earthworms. I draw each packet design by hand, and print packets with solar power here at the cabin.

I lease land at the Missoula Grain and Vegetable farm in Stevensville, Montana. This is my area for domestic seed grow outs.
Aster, Calendula, Carrot, Chives, Dill, Dry beans, Garden beans, Garlic, Kale, Lettuce, Mint, Mustard, Other, Peas, Poppy, Pumpkins, Summer squash, Sunflower, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Winter squashMT59833United States
Nash’s Organic Produce, WashingtonRachel Covaulthttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/nashs-organic-produce/http://nashsorganicproduce.com/Scale of Operations: 500 acres
Climate: Pacific Northwest
Distribution: Contract sales, Online store front, Other
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Annual ryegrass, Barley, Beets, Brussels sprouts, Buckwheat, Cabbage, Carrot, Cauliflower, Cereal rye, Corn, Dry beans, Fava beans, Grain, Kale, Oats, Peas, Phacelia, Quinoa, Rye, specialty greens, Spinach, Sweet corn, Swiss chard, Triticale, Vetch, Wheat
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Please contact us at 360-681-7458 or sales@nashsorganicproduce.com.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Nash’s Organic Produce is located in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley on the fertile delta of the Dungeness River on the North Olympic Peninsula in Washington State. Surrounded by water on three sides and the spectacular Olympic Mountains to the south, the North Olympic Peninsula has a unique, moderate climate that enables Nash Huber and his team of young farmers to produce the finest organic seed, fruits, vegetables, grains, eggs and pork year-round.

Nash Huber and his crew farm organically because it is the healthiest way to farm—for land, water, air, wildlife, and people. As a trained chemist, Nash understands all too well what agricultural chemicals do to the environment and our health. When he returned to farming, it was not a difficult decision to go back to the techniques and methods he learned from his grandparents, even though they never labeled it “organic.”

All our seed is organic and open pollinated and is regionally adapted to the cool maritime climate of the Pacific Northwest.
Annual ryegrass, Barley, Beets, Brussels sprouts, Buckwheat, Cabbage, Carrot, Cauliflower, Cereal rye, Corn, Dry beans, Fava beans, Grain, Kale, Oats, Peas, Phacelia, Quinoa, Rye, specialty greens, Spinach, Sweet corn, Swiss chard, Triticale, Vetch, WheatWA98382United States
Nash’s Organic Produce, WashingtonMichael Castlehttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/nashs-organic-produce-2/Scale of Operations: 25 acres
Distribution: Contract sales
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Beets, Brussels sprouts, Cabbage, Carrot, Cauliflower, Fava beans, Kale, Phacelia, Spinach
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Beets, Brussels sprouts, Cabbage, Carrot, Cauliflower, Fava beans, Kale, Phacelia, SpinachWA98382United States360-681-7458
Nature & Nurture SeedsErica Kempterhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/nature-nurture-seeds/https://natureandnurtureseeds.com/Scale of Operations: 3 acres
Climate: warm, humid summers; cold winters
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Beets, Calendula, Chives, Collards, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Kale, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Mustard, Nasturtium, Okra, Peas, Peppers, Radishes, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Tomatoes, Winter squash
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Purchase directly from our website (natureandnurtureseeds.com) or contact us via email for larger bulk quantities and contract inquiries.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
At Nature & Nurture Seeds, we grow certified organic, open-pollinated seeds and specialize in seeds adapted to the Midwest. We grow seeds for our own catalog as well as for contract.Beets, Calendula, Chives, Collards, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Kale, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Mustard, Nasturtium, Okra, Peas, Peppers, Radishes, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Tomatoes, Winter squashMI48130United States
North Circle SeedsZachary Paigehttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/north-circle-seeds/http://www.northcircleseeds.com/Scale of Operations: 46 acres
Climate: Zone 3b
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front, Other
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Beets, Broccoli, Carrot, Corn, Dry beans, Eggplant, Garden beans, Garlic, Hollyhock, Kale, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Onions, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Pumpkins, Radishes, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Winter squash
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: www.northcircleseeds.com
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
We are a regionally based seed company operating in the Upper Midwest, a group of growers primarily growing in Minnesota. 2020 is our first year of operation. We are selling select garden/small farm packets of vegetable varieties, flowers and grain that are well-adapted to our northern climate. Some of our farms have certified organic land and others do not. We will have some varieties certified organic seed, and all other varieties will have no chemcials sprayed ever.Beets, Broccoli, Carrot, Corn, Dry beans, Eggplant, Garden beans, Garlic, Hollyhock, Kale, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Onions, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Pumpkins, Radishes, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Winter squashMN56587United States
Oikos Tree CropsKen Asmushttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/oikos-tree-crops/https://oikostreecrops.com/Scale of Operations: 13 acres
Climate: Temperate-midwest, northeastern U.S.
Distribution: Other
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Other, Potatoes
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Website for direct to consumer: https://oikostreecrops.com/products/seeds-ecos/ For specific requirements contact Ken Asmus.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
We develop and maintain woody plant seeds specifically bred for low input systems, cultivar development and extreme soil and climatic conditions. We provide assistance to those working with new crops including many perennial vegetables, tree and shrub crops. We process all of our seeds on site directly from our farm and are not a buy and resell company.Other, PotatoesMI49019-0425United States
Open Circle SeedsGina Covinahttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/open-circle-seeds/http://opencircleseeds.com/Scale of Operations: 10 acres
Climate: inland northern California Meditteranean
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Beets, Broccoli, Cabbage, Calendula, Celery and celeriac, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fennel, Garden beans, Hollyhock, Kale, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Mustard, Mustards, Onions, Oregano, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Poppy, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Rutabaga, Sage, Sorghum, specialty greens, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Email info@opencircleseeds.com for bulk availability list. Packet sales through website.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
We grow seed for varieties that grow exceptionally well in our location, with a short season and extremes of heat and cold. Growing for contract and packet sales is integrated with our market farming business, which goes by the name Strong Roots. We do extensive variety trials to select the varieties we grow for seed.Basil, Beets, Broccoli, Cabbage, Calendula, Celery and celeriac, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fennel, Garden beans, Hollyhock, Kale, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Mustard, Mustards, Onions, Oregano, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Poppy, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Rutabaga, Sage, Sorghum, specialty greens, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Organic Farm SchoolAaron Varadihttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/organic-farm-school/https://organicfarmschool.org/Scale of Operations: 5 acres
Climate: Maritime Northwest
Distribution: Contract sales, Other
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Barley, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Cauliflower, Cereal rye, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Dill, Dry beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Grain, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Mustard, Mustards, Oats, Onions, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Quinoa, Radishes, Rye, specialty greens, Spinach, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Swiss chard, Triticale, Turnips, Vetch, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Email or call Aaron to inquire.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
The Organic Farm School is an 8-month farmer training program, growing certified organic vegetables for retail and direct sale, as well as around 2 dozen seed crops and breeding projects per year. Aaron Varadi, Program Manager and Lead Instructor, studied organic seed production in college, spent two seasons apprenticing at seed companies in Oregon and Europe, and has since been producing commercial vegetable seed crops for ten years.Barley, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Cauliflower, Cereal rye, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Dill, Dry beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Grain, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Mustard, Mustards, Oats, Onions, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Quinoa, Radishes, Rye, specialty greens, Spinach, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Swiss chard, Triticale, Turnips, Vetch, ZinniaWA98236United States
Pacific SeedsBrian Hurovhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/pacific-seeds/Climate: warm, humid
Distribution: Contract sales
Certifications: Organic
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Please Email me, and we will talk how much you want and for how much!
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
Located In Oahu, Hawaii. 35+ years in picking Norfolk island pine – Araucaria heterophylla seeds and shipping them worldwide.
Pakistan Central Cotton CommitteeDr.Tassawar Malikhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/pakistan-central-cotton-committee/http://www.pccc.gov.pk/Scale of Operations: 100 acres
Climate: Arid to Semi-Arid
Distribution: Contract sales
Certifications: Biodynamic, Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Corn
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Plant genetic resources management; Seed R&D; Foundation Seed Cell; Early generation seed production; Seed certification and registration; Plant variety protection; Seed biosafety and biosecurity; Economics of seed production and trade; Seed business management; Seed testing labs; Seed legislation and Seed act enforcement; Seed Quality management; Seed-consultant; etc.Corn60000Pakistan
Prairie Heritage FarmJacob Cowgillhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/prairie-heritage-farm/http://www.prairieheritagefarm.com/Scale of Operations: 25 acres
Climate: Northern Great Plains
Distribution: Contract sales
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Garlic, Grain
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
We currently produce organic heritage & ancient wheat, fresh vegetables and seed. Most of the grain goes into our on-farm sourdough bakery and the fresh vegetables to local markets. We are in our first few years of seed production with most of our focus on organic seed garlic.Garlic, Grain
Prairie Road Organic SeedTheresa & Dan Podollhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/prairie-road-organic-seed/https://www.prairieroadorganic.co/Scale of Operations: 30 acres
Climate: Continental climate, 4 seasons, Zone 4b
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Asparagus, Basil, Beets, Borage, Buckwheat, Calendula, Carrot, Chamomile, Cilantro, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Garden beans, Garlic, Hollyhock, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Millet, Mint, Oats, Onions, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Popcorn, Poppy, Pumpkins, Radishes, Sorghum, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Tomatoes, Triticale, Vetch, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Website or email for bulk orders.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Prairie Road Organic Seed cultivates seed plots of 30+ acres within our 500 acre certified organic farm located in Southeast North Dakota in Zone 4b. We produce 80 varieties of open pollinated vegetables, herbs, flowers, garlic and cover crops under a dry-land farming system. We conduct continual selection for drought and heat tolerance, agronomic performance, quality and flavor. Seed savers and farmer breeders for over 35 years; contract seed producers for over 20 years.Asparagus, Basil, Beets, Borage, Buckwheat, Calendula, Carrot, Chamomile, Cilantro, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Garden beans, Garlic, Hollyhock, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Millet, Mint, Oats, Onions, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Popcorn, Poppy, Pumpkins, Radishes, Sorghum, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Tomatoes, Triticale, Vetch, Watermelons, Winter squash, ZinniaND58441United States
Pure Harvest FarmChris Bohinskihttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/pure-harvest-farm/Scale of Operations: 1 acres
Climate: temperate zone 7b mid-atlantic
Distribution: Contract sales
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Chives, Dill, Garlic, Lettuce, Peppers, Poppy, Sunflower, Tomatoes
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: call or email me
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Small suburban farmer. Been a grower for 30+ years. have been doing personal seed saving and tomato breeding for years.
Making the move into wholesale commercial seed production in 2021.
Looking to secure a contract(s) for this season.
Basil, Chives, Dill, Garlic, Lettuce, Peppers, Poppy, Sunflower, Tomatoes334-430-6260
Pure Line Seeds Inc.Benjamin Hugheyhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/pure-line-seeds-inc/https://purelineseed.com/Scale of Operations: 100 acres
Climate: Dry, irrigated
Distribution: Contract sales
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Garden beans, Peas
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: email: info@purelineseed.com call: (509) 349-2374
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
We are a 70 year old conventional seed production company and we run a traditional plant breeding program of green peas and snap/green beans. We’ve been growing certified organic pea and bean seed since 2017.
As well as growing our proprietary and some off-patent varieties for wholesale we also do contract production.
Contact us with inquiries at info@purelineseed.com
Garden beans, PeasWA98857United States
Redwood SeedsKalan Redwoodhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/redwood-seeds/http://www.redwoodseeds.net/Scale of Operations: 3 acres
Climate: Mediterranean
Distribution: Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Beets, Broccoli, Buckwheat, Calendula, Carrot, Chamomile, Chinese cabbage, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Millet, Mustard, Mustards, Oats, Okra, Onions, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Popcorn, Poppy, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Sage, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: email
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Redwood Seeds was founded in 2009 by Kalan and Cam Redwood with the goal of providing organic local seeds for home gardeners. 10 years later we continue to seek out heirloom and open pollinated varieties that do well for the home garden. We grow 90% of the seeds we sell here on our farm and contract the remainder from small scale certified organic farmers. Each year we grow about 100 varieties for seed on our farm in northern CA. Our seeds are sold online and in 50 stores via seed racks in northern CA.Basil, Beets, Broccoli, Buckwheat, Calendula, Carrot, Chamomile, Chinese cabbage, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Millet, Mustard, Mustards, Oats, Okra, Onions, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Popcorn, Poppy, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Sage, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash, ZinniaCA96059United States
Refill LaneEvana Lutzhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/refill-lane/Scale of Operations: 1 acres
Climate: Hot
Distribution: Other
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Carrot, Cauliflower, Dill, Garlic, Kale, Onions, Oregano, Thyme
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
Basil, Carrot, Cauliflower, Dill, Garlic, Kale, Onions, Oregano, Thyme
rickybell15Ricky Bellhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/rickybell15/Scale of Operations: 0.5 acres
Climate: Tropical
Distribution: Other
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
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Roberts Seed Inc.Joe Robertshttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/roberts-seed-inc/http://www.robertsseed.com/Scale of Operations: 7 acres
Climate: zone 5a – south-central Nebraska
Distribution: Contract sales, Other
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Alfalfa, Annual ryegrass, Barley, Buckwheat, Cereal rye, Clover, Corn, Dry beans, Grain, Millet, Mustards, Oats, Other, Peas, Popcorn, Rye, Sorghum, Sudangrass, Sunflower, Sunn hemp, Tillage or forage radish, Triticale, Turnips, Vetch, Wheat
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Please call us at 308/743-2565.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Roberts Seed started as an approved seed cleaner with Nebraska Crop Improvement Association in 1987. We have been certified organic since 1991. Our knowledge of the processing methods and equipment used insures quality products. We have processed products like teff with 1.3 million seeds per pound to tofu soybeans with 1,700 seeds per pound. Please call us to discuss custom processing.Alfalfa, Annual ryegrass, Barley, Buckwheat, Cereal rye, Clover, Corn, Dry beans, Grain, Millet, Mustards, Oats, Other, Peas, Popcorn, Rye, Sorghum, Sudangrass, Sunflower, Sunn hemp, Tillage or forage radish, Triticale, Turnips, Vetch, WheatNE68924United States
San Diego Seed Co.Brijette Penahttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/san-diego-seed-co/http://www.sandiegoseedcompany.com/Scale of Operations: 1 acres
Climate: California Inland/Coastal
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Calendula, Carrot, Celery and celeriac, Cilantro, Corn, Cucumbers, Dill, Eggplant, Fava beans, Garden beans, Lettuce, Melons, Nasturtium, Okra, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Pumpkins, Radishes, Sweet corn, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Call for bulk seed available.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
As a small regional seed company, we work to expand our selection of regionally adapted seeds, increase our on farm breeding and variety trials and create a community around organically produced local seeds. It is our goal to provide quality organic seeds for the conscientious growers of Southern California and the American Southwest.Basil, Calendula, Carrot, Celery and celeriac, Cilantro, Corn, Cucumbers, Dill, Eggplant, Fava beans, Garden beans, Lettuce, Melons, Nasturtium, Okra, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Pumpkins, Radishes, Sweet corn, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Winter squash, ZinniaCAUnited States
SandwerksAlex Rowlandhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/sandwerks/http://sandwerks.farm/Scale of Operations: 12 acres
Climate: Temperate continental.
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Cucumbers, Dry beans, Garlic, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Peas, Peppers, Poppy, Sorghum, Tomatoes
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Direct contact via email or through our online store.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Sandwerks is a 12 acre non-certified organic farm near Becker, MN. We are two years in to seed production and utilize a high tunnel for growing.Cucumbers, Dry beans, Garlic, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Peas, Peppers, Poppy, Sorghum, TomatoesMN55308United States
Seed rEvolution NowSteve Petershttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/seed-revolution-now/http://seedrevolutionnow.blogspot.com/Scale of Operations: 2 acres
Climate: coastal and 20 miles inland (2 sites)
Distribution: Contract sales, Online store front
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Beets, Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrot, Cauliflower, Chinese cabbage, Corn, Cucumbers, Dry beans, Garden beans, Kale, Melons, Onions, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Radishes, Summer squash, Sweet corn, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Winter squash
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Check on the blog – seedrevolutionnow.blogspot.com – for available varieties and prices. Then e-mail me at stevegrows@gmail.com to place your order.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Seed rEvolution Now is a mission-driven company promoting the development of organic, public domain, primarily vegetable seed. SrN serves three functions – research, education, and seed production. The research includes conducting and documenting extensive field trials. The education involves public presentations and workshops. Both of these activities are largely underwritten by the Organic Seed Alliance through public and private grants. In contrast, the seed production component has been self-financed since SrN’s inception about 5 years ago. SrN’s initial activity was brokering seed for other certified organic growers. Over the past two years SrN has been producing its own seed including corn, beans, squash, cucumber, tomato, carrot, onion, beet, broccoli, and Chinese cabbage.Beets, Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrot, Cauliflower, Chinese cabbage, Corn, Cucumbers, Dry beans, Garden beans, Kale, Melons, Onions, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Radishes, Summer squash, Sweet corn, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Winter squash
Seed Savers ExchangeKoby Hagenhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/seed-savers-exchange/https://www.seedsavers.org/Scale of Operations: 20 acres
Climate: zone 5
Distribution: Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front, Other
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Annual ryegrass, Asparagus, Aster, Barley, Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Buckwheat, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Fava beans, Fennel, Finocchio, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Hollyhock, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Millet, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Oats, Okra, Onions, Other, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Popcorn, Poppy, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rutabaga, Sage, Snapdragon, Sorghum, specialty greens, Spinach, Statice, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Thyme, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Go to www.seedsavers.org
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Seed Savers Exchange is home of the largest non-profit seed bank in the United States. We focus on conserving heirloom varieties through our seed exchange yearbook, educational events and workshops, and our seed catalog. Our site in northeast Iowa, Heritage Farm, is a 900-acre ecological refuge with seed fields on flat hill tops throughout the farm. We regenerate aging accession seed for the seed bank, produce seed for the seed catalog, and evaluate varieties through trials and lot checks on-site.Annual ryegrass, Asparagus, Aster, Barley, Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Buckwheat, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Fava beans, Fennel, Finocchio, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Hollyhock, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Millet, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Oats, Okra, Onions, Other, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Popcorn, Poppy, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rutabaga, Sage, Snapdragon, Sorghum, specialty greens, Spinach, Statice, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Thyme, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squashIA52101United States
SeedsologySamantha Wrighthttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/seedsology/http://www.seedsology.co.uk/Scale of Operations: 3 acres
Climate: medium
Distribution: Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Borage, Clover, Cornflower, Cosmos, Daisy, Dill, Hollyhock, Marigold, Mint, Pansy, Peas, Peppers, Poppy, Snapdragon, Sunflower
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: visit www.seedsology.co.uk
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
Here at Seedsology we are a small company growing and breeding open pollinated flower and vegetable seeds here on our farm in Lincolnshire. We grow all our flowers and vegetables ecologically, so you can buy seeds that have been grown from your area and within your climate and similar soil conditions.Borage, Clover, Cornflower, Cosmos, Daisy, Dill, Hollyhock, Marigold, Mint, Pansy, Peas, Peppers, Poppy, Snapdragon, Sunflower
Silica Falls FarmBethany Warehttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/silica-falls-farm/Scale of Operations: 2 acres
Climate: Zone 5B
Distribution: Other
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Beets, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Kale, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Mint, Mustard, Mustards, Onions, Oregano, Other, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rutabaga, Sage, Shallots, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Thyme, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Basil, Beets, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Kale, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Mint, Mustard, Mustards, Onions, Oregano, Other, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rutabaga, Sage, Shallots, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Thyme, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Siskiyou SeedsDon Tippinghttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/siskiyou-seeds/https://www.siskiyouseeds.com/Scale of Operations: 10 acres
Climate: Zone 7
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Aster, Basil, Beets, Calendula, Cauliflower, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dill, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Hollyhock, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Millet, Mustard, Mustards, Onions, Parsley, Peppers, Phacelia, Popcorn, Poppy, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Snapdragon, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: email
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
We have been growing a wide diversity of organic flower, vegetable, and herb seeds since 1997. We used to grow wholesale seed for numerous national organic seed companies before starting our own retail business, Siskiyou Seeds in 2009. Most of our production is sold through our own brand, however, we do periodically produce seed for others. We are Oregon Tilth Certified Organic as a grower, processor, and handler.

If you are interested in contract seed growing with us please email for grow out list. We welcome new growers that are located West of the Rockies.
Aster, Basil, Beets, Calendula, Cauliflower, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dill, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Hollyhock, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Millet, Mustard, Mustards, Onions, Parsley, Peppers, Phacelia, Popcorn, Poppy, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Snapdragon, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Winter squash, ZinniaOR97544United States
Sky Lakes FarmScott McIntyrehttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/sky-lakes-farm/http://www.skylakesfarm.com/Scale of Operations: 47 acres
Climate: High desert
Distribution: Online store front
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Alfalfa, Garlic
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Seed garlic may be purchased at www.skylakesfarm.com
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
Sky Lakes Farm is located in Chiloquin, Oregon, situated near the wetlands of Modoc Point—tribal land of the Klamath Tribes(Klamath, Modoc, and Yahooskin peoples), and is rich with diverse wildlife and agriculture. At 4000′ elevation the mountain views are panoramic and all seasons are true. This farm is proudly and humbly owned by the McIntyre’s, first generation farmers in 2021. Sky Lakes Farm is Certified Organic through the Oregon Tilth and every acre is used for hard and honest work. Our pastures are Orchard Grass and Alfalfa hay, but the feature crop of our farm is beautiful garlic seed. With rotational crop schedules, annual pest testing and mindful cultivation, it is our goal to provide you with the biggest, healthiest and most beautiful garlic in hardneck and softneck varieties.Alfalfa, GarlicOR97624United States
Slide RanchJoyce Silvahttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/slide-ranch/Certifications: Organic
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
CA94965United States415-381-6155
Snake River Seed CooperativeReiley Carneyhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/snake-river-seed-cooperative/http://snakeriverseeds.com/Scale of Operations: 30 acres
Climate: High Altitude Desert and High Mountain
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Asparagus, Aster, Barley, Basil, Beets, Borage, Broccoli, Buckwheat, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Chamomile, Chervil, Chives, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Hollyhock, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Millet, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Okra, Onions, Oregano, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Popcorn, Poppy, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Rye, Sage, Shallots, Snapdragon, Sorghum, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Please contact Reiley at communications@snakeriverseeds.com for a list of bulk seed available for purchase.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Snake River Seed Cooperative is a regionally sourced, producer and employee owned seed cooperative. Our headquarters is in Boise, Idaho, and we source seeds from all growers in Idaho, Eastern Oregon, Eastern Washington, Northern Utah, Northern Nevada, Western Montana, and Wyoming. Our growers range in scale from 100+ acre certified organic farms, to 1 acre farms, to backyard seed savers. We continually adapt vegetable, herb, grain, and flower seeds for our unique climate and growing conditions.Asparagus, Aster, Barley, Basil, Beets, Borage, Broccoli, Buckwheat, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Chamomile, Chervil, Chives, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Hollyhock, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Millet, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Okra, Onions, Oregano, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Popcorn, Poppy, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Rye, Sage, Shallots, Snapdragon, Sorghum, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash, Zinnia
Sol Cycle FarmJason Bradfordhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/sol-cycle-farm/https://www.soilforward.org/Scale of Operations: 7 acres
Climate: Wet and cool winter, warm and dry summer
Distribution: Contract sales
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Annual ryegrass, Barley, Basil, Beets, Buckwheat, Cereal rye, Cilantro, Clover, Corn, Dry beans, Fava beans, Garlic, Grain, Kale, Lettuce, Melons, Oats, Okra, Onions, Peas, Phacelia, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Sorghum, Sudangrass, Sunflower, Triticale, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Send me an email.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Located in the Willamette Valley along the Marys River, we have a CSA in partnership with Oregon State University’s Organic Growers Club. While Sol Cycle Farm was founded in 2019, we have over 15 years experience in growing a diversity of vegetable, herb, dry bean, and grain crops, and also taking many of them to seed. Currently growing under contract and also producing some favorite varieties in small lots for own use and with extra for sale. New company and so open for additional opportunities and have plenty of space to expand.Annual ryegrass, Barley, Basil, Beets, Buckwheat, Cereal rye, Cilantro, Clover, Corn, Dry beans, Fava beans, Garlic, Grain, Kale, Lettuce, Melons, Oats, Okra, Onions, Peas, Phacelia, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Sorghum, Sudangrass, Sunflower, Triticale, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash
SolaDox BotanicalsEric Hineshttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/soladox-botanicals/Scale of Operations: 5 acres
Climate: Zone 5b
Distribution: Other
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Other
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
We are a certified organic medicinal herb farm in SE Wisconsin. We currently are transitioning to using our own seed for as much as we can for plantings and are looking to provide seed as well to growers from our surplus.Other262-607-0187
Solutions For Urban AgricultureNathan Gipplehttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/solutions-for-urban-agriculture/http://http//www.sfua.orgScale of Operations: 6 acres
Climate: Mediterranean
Distribution: Other
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
30+ years of farm to Food Bank operations and gleaning efforts. Currently operating the Orange County Great Park Farm+Food Lab and the Westminster High School Giving Farm.

As our educational outreach increases, we are working hard to provide local land race seed to the community in an effort to create a more resilient local edible plant population.
Southern Exposure Seed ExchangeIra Wallacehttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/southern-exposure-seed-exchange/http://www.southernexposure.com/Scale of Operations: 20 acres
Climate: Mid-Atlantic and Southeast
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Borage, Broad beans, Calendula, Cereal rye, Collards, Cosmos, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Dry beans, Eggplant, Garden beans, Garlic, Hollyhock, Kale, Lettuce, Marigold, Marjoram, Melons, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Okra, Other, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rutabaga, Rye, Shallots, Sorghum, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Actually we only sell excess production and arrange for join contracts with other compatible companies or farms with the need for larger quantities of a single variety.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Southern Exposure Seed Exchange offers more than 700 varieties of vegetable, flower, herb, grain and cover crop seeds. We emphasize varieties that perform well in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast, although gardeners and farmers over the country grow our seeds. As of 2017, over 60% of the varieties we offer are Certified Organic, and over 60% are grown by small farmers we know and contract with directly. We offer many unusual Southern heirlooms including peanuts, southern peas, naturally colored cotton, collards, okra, roselle, turnip greens, corns for roasting and meal, and butterbeans. We do not sell chemically treated seeds.Basil, Borage, Broad beans, Calendula, Cereal rye, Collards, Cosmos, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Dry beans, Eggplant, Garden beans, Garlic, Hollyhock, Kale, Lettuce, Marigold, Marjoram, Melons, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Okra, Other, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rutabaga, Rye, Shallots, Sorghum, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Winter squash, ZinniaVA23117United States
Sow Local SeedsErika Clarkehttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/sow-local-seeds/https://sowlocalseeds.ca/Scale of Operations: 0.25 acres
Climate: Coastal and Humid
Distribution: Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Asparagus, Aster, Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Buckwheat, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Marjoram, Melons, Millet, Mint, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Oats, Onions, Oregano, Other, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Popcorn, Poppy, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Rosemary, Rutabaga, Sage, Shallots, Snapdragon, specialty greens, Spinach, Statice, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Thyme, Tomatoes, Turnips, Vetch, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Shop for seeds on our website or shop our seed racks at Nova Scotia retailers – the list of retailers will be posted to our website in January each year.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
We’re a small seed producing farm, located in Nova Scotia, Canada. We offer Canadian gardeners a selection of regionally adapted and ecologically produced vegetable, herb and flower seeds. Seeds are available through our online shop or on our seed racks at local retailers in Nova Scotia. Contact us on social @sowlocalseeds or via the Contact Us form on our website.Asparagus, Aster, Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Buckwheat, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Marjoram, Melons, Millet, Mint, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Oats, Onions, Oregano, Other, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Popcorn, Poppy, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Rosemary, Rutabaga, Sage, Shallots, Snapdragon, specialty greens, Spinach, Statice, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Thyme, Tomatoes, Turnips, Vetch, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash, ZinniaB0J 1P0Canada
Sow True SeedAngie Lavezzohttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/sow-true-seed/http://www.sowtrueseed.com/Scale of Operations: 50 acres
Climate: Zone 6a through 8b
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front, Other
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Alfalfa, Artichoke, Asparagus, Aster, Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Buckwheat, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Cereal rye, Chamomile, Chervil, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Clover, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Hollyhock, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Marjoram, Melons, Mint, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Oats, Okra, Onions, Oregano, Other, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Popcorn, Poppy, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rutabaga, Sage, Shallots, Snapdragon, Sorghum, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Thyme, Tillage or forage radish, Tomatoes, Turnips, Vetch, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: www.SowTrueSeed.com
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Founded in 2008 by lifelong gardener and food activist Carol Koury, Sow True Seed provides open-pollinated, heirloom and organic vegetable, herb, and flower seeds to enthusiastic home gardeners and small market farmers. Sow True Seed was created to preserve our shared botanical heritage and grow a new era of sustainable culture and ecological wisdom. We support independent, regional agricultural initiatives that foster a vibrant, sustainable economy, and true food sovereignty. Based in the glorious mountains of Western North Carolina – home to a temperate rain forest and one of the most biologically diverse areas of North America – We are proud to work with farmers in our Katuah Bioregion who ensure the survival of heirloom varieties that might otherwise become extinct.Alfalfa, Artichoke, Asparagus, Aster, Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Buckwheat, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Cereal rye, Chamomile, Chervil, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Clover, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Hollyhock, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Marjoram, Melons, Mint, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Oats, Okra, Onions, Oregano, Other, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Popcorn, Poppy, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rutabaga, Sage, Shallots, Snapdragon, Sorghum, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Thyme, Tillage or forage radish, Tomatoes, Turnips, Vetch, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash, ZinniaNC28801United States
Stardust FarmacyLauren Christensenhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/stardust-farmacy/Scale of Operations: 20 acres
Climate: hot & dry
Distribution: Other
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Artichoke, Aster, Basil, Borage, Broccoli, Calendula, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Chicory, Chives, Cilantro, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dry beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Millet, Mustard, Mustards, Okra, Onions, Poppy, Rye, Sage, Sorghum, specialty greens, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Email is a great avenue
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Stardust Farmacy is a seed to seed apothecary nestled among the foothills of the Sierra Nevada in unceded Nisenan territory. Our farm rests amidst a highly diversified landscape with oak woodland, chaparral, perennial pasture, and biodynamically-cultivated vegetables, herbs and seed crops. We center our farm around the trine of bovine, bees and plants, (although it’s more like horns, wings and seeds). This will be the fourth year of focusing on open-pollinated seed production and this past year cultivation has nearly tripled with over 50 varieties reared in 2020. We hope to continue learning and working with seeds, especially varieties that are well-suited to our warm and dry climate here in California.Artichoke, Aster, Basil, Borage, Broccoli, Calendula, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Chicory, Chives, Cilantro, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dry beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Millet, Mustard, Mustards, Okra, Onions, Poppy, Rye, Sage, Sorghum, specialty greens, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Winter squash, Zinnia
Stephens Land and CattleDeme Stephenshttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/stephens-land-and-cattle/https://www.localharvest.org/Scale of Operations: 880 acres
Climate: Semi-arid
Distribution: Other
Certifications: Biodynamic, Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Corn, Grain, Wheat
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Grain is available year round. Buyers are welcome to pick up grain at the farm gate, bulk or bagged. Small packages, up to 20 pounds, are shipped via USPS. Third-party transportation must be arranged by the buyer for larger amounts, limit 1,200 pounds per pallet.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Growers of large and small grains for five generations.

We specialize in open pollinated grains for affordable food, feed, seed, and cover crops: Turkey Red hard red winter wheat, Snow White hard white winter wheat, forage sorghum, grain sorghum, flint corn, and more planned.

Plant winter wheat in the fall and it will put down thin roots underground and a lawn-like carpet above ground. It grows two-feet, to five-feet tall the following spring. It can be harvested for straw and grain the that summer.

Winter wheat self-terminates as a cover crop if you plant it in the spring; it won’t develop seed properly without winter freezing (vernalization.)
Corn, Grain, WheatCA95061United States
Stone Horse FarmLauren Tontihttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/stone-horse-farm/stonehorse.farmScale of Operations: 3 acres
Climate: Zone 4b
Distribution: Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.)
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Dry beans
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Draft animal powered bean production in Marathon, NY. Seed production experience is very minimal. 2018 was the first year of seed production of dried beans (black and cannelloni). Am interested in exploring options. I said “no” the the publishing location map question below because I am technically not yet a seed producer but would be happy to be listed at a alter date if it makes senseDry beansONL9S3M4Canada
Strictly Medicinal LLCRichard Cechhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/strictly-medicinal-llc/http://www.strictlymedicinalseeds.com/Scale of Operations: 16 acres
Climate: mediterranean
Distribution: Online store front, Other
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Alfalfa, Annual ryegrass, Artichoke, Asparagus, Aster, Barley, Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Buckwheat, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Chervil, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Clover, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Finocchio, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Hollyhock, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Marjoram, Melons, Millet, Mint, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Okra, Onions, Oregano, Other, Pansy, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Poppy, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Rosemary, Rye, Sage, Sorghum, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Swiss chard, Tarragon, Thyme, Tillage or forage radish, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Winter squash
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: go to www.strictlymedicinalseeds.com
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
Tilth certified organic farms and greenhouses in Southern Oregon, mainly growing medicinal herb seeds and plants, common and rare. World travel to access new species, research and development, author of 3 books on cultivation and use of a wide array of botanicals. Promoters of diversity on the farm, food forest and medicinal landscape. Plant advocates. See www.strictlymedicinalseeds.comAlfalfa, Annual ryegrass, Artichoke, Asparagus, Aster, Barley, Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Buckwheat, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Chervil, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Clover, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Finocchio, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Hollyhock, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Marjoram, Melons, Millet, Mint, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Okra, Onions, Oregano, Other, Pansy, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Poppy, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Rosemary, Rye, Sage, Sorghum, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Swiss chard, Tarragon, Thyme, Tillage or forage radish, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Winter squashORUnited States
Sunfield FarmEzra Sullivanhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/sunfield-farm/http://sunfieldfarm.org/Scale of Operations: 81 acres
Climate: maritime temperate
Distribution: Contract sales
Certifications: Biodynamic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Aster, Basil, Beets, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Cabbage, Calendula, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Fava beans, Garden beans, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Marjoram, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Onions, Oregano, Other, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Poppy, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Rutabaga, Sage, Shallots, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
General Farm Description: Sunfield is an 81 acre diversified biodynamic farm on the NorthEast Corner of the Olympic Peninsula (The NorthWest Corner of the United States). The climate is maritime and temperate. There is a Waldorf school on site pre-k through 8th grade. The farm is comprised of 5 acre school campus, 42 acre fields and pasture, 8 acres wetlands, and 26 acres forest. We grow about an acre of annuals every year for produce and seed production. 2 acre of young fruit orchard, 1 acre of young hazelnuts, 1 acre of young blueberries and raspberries for a u-pick. More orchards, windbreaks, and wetland plantings are consistently planned and executed every year. Hay production. Rotation grazing with beef/milk/oxen cattle, fiber sheep, dairy goats, laying hens. The farm follows the principles of Biodynamic Agriculture informed by Rudolf Steiner. The Waldorf School is integrated with the farm, and an interest in environmental education is encouraged. We are in a very active and thriving farming community, and the national park is very close by. Extra curricular activities abound.Aster, Basil, Beets, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Cabbage, Calendula, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Fava beans, Garden beans, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Marjoram, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Onions, Oregano, Other, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Poppy, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Rutabaga, Sage, Shallots, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Winter squash, ZinniaWA98339United States
Swift River FarmJeremy and Jessica Shrevehttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/swift-river-farm/http://www.swiftriverfarm.org/Scale of Operations: 4 acres
Climate: High desert, Zone 4-5
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Buckwheat, Calendula, Cilantro, Corn, Cornflower, Dill, Eggplant, Garden beans, Garlic, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Marjoram, Mustard, Mustards, Onions, Other, Peas, Peppers, Poppy, Quinoa, Shallots, Snapdragon, specialty greens, Statice, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Tomatoes, Turnips, Wheat
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Contact us via email or through our website.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Swift River Farm is a small certified organic vegetable farm located in Salmon, Idaho. Each season, we work hard to create dynamic and enduring partnerships between our farm and our community, striving for ecological, economical, and socially just ways to grow and eat our food.
After 11 years of saving seed for our own production and lots of on-farm trialing, we are excited to be a part of the growing network of seed producers in our region and state.
Basil, Buckwheat, Calendula, Cilantro, Corn, Cornflower, Dill, Eggplant, Garden beans, Garlic, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Marjoram, Mustard, Mustards, Onions, Other, Peas, Peppers, Poppy, Quinoa, Shallots, Snapdragon, specialty greens, Statice, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Tomatoes, Turnips, WheatID83467United States
TaylorJaneTaylor Guthriehttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/taylorjane/Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
testcatTestCat TestCathttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/testcat/Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
The Enchanted GardenerKelly Mayohttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/the-enchanted-gardener/https://www.theenchantedgardener.com/Scale of Operations: 4 acres
Climate: Zone 7 moderate
Distribution: Other
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Chervil, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Clover, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Hollyhock, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Millet, Mint, Mustard, Nasturtium, Oats, Okra, Onions, Oregano, Other, Pansy, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Poppy, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Rosemary, Rutabaga, Rye, Sage, Shallots, Snapdragon, Sorghum, specialty greens, Spinach, Statice, Sudangrass, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tarragon, Thyme, Tillage or forage radish, Tomatoes, Triticale, Turnips, Vetch, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Occasionally usually in trade for other seed
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Massive, CSA management, seed saving and exchange, native seed preservation, experimental grow outs etc.Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Chervil, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Clover, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Fennel, Garden beans, Garlic, Hollyhock, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Millet, Mint, Mustard, Nasturtium, Oats, Okra, Onions, Oregano, Other, Pansy, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Poppy, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Rosemary, Rutabaga, Rye, Sage, Shallots, Snapdragon, Sorghum, specialty greens, Spinach, Statice, Sudangrass, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tarragon, Thyme, Tillage or forage radish, Tomatoes, Triticale, Turnips, Vetch, Watermelons, Winter squash, ZinniaNY14120United States
Thompson Creek FarmRebecca Woolletthttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/thompson-creek-farm/https://thompsoncreekfarmwa.wordpress.com/Scale of Operations: 11 acres
Climate: hot, dry summers and cold, wet winters
Distribution: Contract sales
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Lettuce, Melons, Peppers, Poppy, Pumpkins, Tomatoes, Winter squash
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
The farm was started in 2017 after we spent about a year interning on an organic seed farm. 11 acres are certified organic but we currently grow on about 2 acres. We run a small CSA, sell to a few local restaurants and we grow and sell organic seed on contract. We have experience growing tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, cucumbers, winter squash, melons, lettuce, collards, kale, mustards, arugula, chard, fennel, okra, sunflowers, cosmos, poppies, celosia, carrots, onions, and garlic.Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Lettuce, Melons, Peppers, Poppy, Pumpkins, Tomatoes, Winter squashWA99025United States
Thrive Land CollectiveBrad Garlinghttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/thrive-land-collective/Climate: Humid, Hot
Distribution: Contract sales
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Contact us via email to discuss seed sales. We will respond within 24-48 hours.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
One year of organic hemp harvesting yielding high potency CBD. Zero THC in our CBD test results, tested at a local lab, and registered with the state of Oklahoma department of agriculture.
Tomatillo Design (Test Farm)Chris Liu-Beershttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/tomatillo-design-test-farm/https://www.tomatillodesign.com/Scale of Operations: 5 acres
Climate: Warm
Distribution: Online store front
Certifications: Biodynamic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Alfalfa, Annual ryegrass, Artichoke, Asparagus, Aster
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Visit our website
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
Alfalfa, Annual ryegrass, Artichoke, Asparagus, AsterNC27717United States
Tourne-Sol co-operative farmDan Briseboishttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/tourne-sol-co-operative-farm/http://boutique.fermetournesol.qc.ca/Scale of Operations: 7 acres
Climate: Most summers are hot and humid
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Cucumbers, Dry beans, Eggplant, Garden beans, Melons, Mustard, Mustards, Peas, Peppers, Radishes, Rutabaga, specialty greens, Summer squash, Tomatoes, Turnips, Winter squash
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: For Canadian Sales go to https://boutique.fermetournesol.qc.ca/ If you want larger formats contact us at semences@fermetournesol.qc.ca For US and international contact us at semences@fermetournesol.qc.ca
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
I’ve been growing seed since 2001 and selling seed since 2005.Cucumbers, Dry beans, Eggplant, Garden beans, Melons, Mustard, Mustards, Peas, Peppers, Radishes, Rutabaga, specialty greens, Summer squash, Tomatoes, Turnips, Winter squashQCJ7T1P5Canada
Turtle Tree SeedLia Babitchhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/turtle-tree-seed/http://www.turtletreeseed.org/Scale of Operations: 3 acres
Climate: Zone 5
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front, Other
Certifications: Biodynamic, Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Aster, Barley, Basil, Beets, Borage, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Cereal rye, Chamomile, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fennel, Finocchio, Garden beans, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Marjoram, Melons, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Oats, Okra, Onions, Oregano, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Popcorn, Poppy, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rutabaga, Rye, Sage, Snapdragon, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Thyme, Tomatoes, Turnips, Vetch, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Visit our website, or for larger quantities not offered on the website, email us for availability. Free Print catalogs with our grower information are also available. Email turtle@turtletreeseed.org or call 518-329-3037.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Turtle Tree has been operating in Camphill Village in Copake, NY for the past 21 years, growing vegetable, herb and flower seeds, as well as contracting with other biodynamic growers to widen our offerings. We work with people of diverse abilities and with volunteers from all over the world, teaching seed growing. In the 1990’s, we pioneered seed transparency by identifying our growers and which seeds they grow for us, including a description of their farm, frost dates, slopes, soil types, plants, animals and the social setting and community supporting and surrounding the farm. We continue this practice today. I have been with Turtle Tree for the past 10 years, before which I had trained in biodynamic agriculture and seed growing. All our seed is open pollinated, all our seed is certified biodynamic, and most is also dual certified as organic.Aster, Barley, Basil, Beets, Borage, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Cabbage, Calendula, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Cereal rye, Chamomile, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cornflower, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fennel, Finocchio, Garden beans, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Marjoram, Melons, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Oats, Okra, Onions, Oregano, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Popcorn, Poppy, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rutabaga, Rye, Sage, Snapdragon, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Thyme, Tomatoes, Turnips, Vetch, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash, Zinnia
Twisp River SeedAnaka Mineshttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/twisp-river-seed/https://www.methowgrown.org/Scale of Operations: 3 acres
Climate: High Dessert, northern short season
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.)
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Calendula, Carrot, Cilantro, Corn, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Garden beans, Garlic, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Mustards, Nasturtium, Onions, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Poppy, Pumpkins, Radishes, Sage, Shallots, Snapdragon, Spinach, Summer squash, Sweet corn, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Twisp River Seed is a 3 acre farm in the eastern Cascades of North Central Washington. We grow a diverse array of smaller lots of certified organic vegetables, flowers, and herb seeds on contract with a variety of retailers. In addition, we are working on small breeding projects.Basil, Beets, Borage, Broad beans, Calendula, Carrot, Cilantro, Corn, Cosmos, Cucumbers, Daisy, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Garden beans, Garlic, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Mustards, Nasturtium, Onions, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Poppy, Pumpkins, Radishes, Sage, Shallots, Snapdragon, Spinach, Summer squash, Sweet corn, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Winter squash, ZinniaWA98856United States
UBC FarmMel Sylvestrehttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/ubc-farm/http://ubcfarm.ubc.ca/csfs-research/seed-hub/Scale of Operations: 8 acres
Climate: coastal rainforest zone 8
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Aster, Beets, Buckwheat, Carrot, Chives, Cilantro, Dry beans, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Millet, Onions, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Quinoa, Radishes, Spinach, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tomatoes
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
UBC Farm is located on 60 acres of land on UBC campus in Vancouver BC. Seed production is one of the many activities that happens on the land. The Seed Hub program started in 2011 and has been growing (no pun intended) since then. We sell seeds through selected retail locations in our neighborhood as well as through the BC Eco Seed Co-op. We are well located to grow a few seed crops in decent quantities including arugula, radish, kale (and other biennial brassicas), cilantro, leek, carrots, beets, chard and random flower seeds.Aster, Beets, Buckwheat, Carrot, Chives, Cilantro, Dry beans, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Millet, Onions, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Phacelia, Quinoa, Radishes, Spinach, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, TomatoesBCV6T1Z4Canada
Ujamaa Farming Cooperative AllianceBonnetta Adeebhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/ujamaa-farming-cooperative-alliance/http://ujamaafarms.com/Scale of Operations: 300 acres
Climate: Zone 7
Distribution: Contract sales, Online store front
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Beets, Broad beans, Cabbage, Collards, Cowpeas, Dry beans, Garden beans, Garlic, Melons, Mustard, Okra, Oregano, Peppers, Sage, Sorghum, specialty greens, Summer squash, Sunflower, Tomatoes, Turnips, Winter squash
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Festival sales Added farmers markets
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Black Indigenous Cooperative specializing I cultural important seeds. Multiple growers across the US and internationally.Basil, Beets, Broad beans, Cabbage, Collards, Cowpeas, Dry beans, Garden beans, Garlic, Melons, Mustard, Okra, Oregano, Peppers, Sage, Sorghum, specialty greens, Summer squash, Sunflower, Tomatoes, Turnips, Winter squash
Virginia Free FarmAmyrose Follhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/virginia-free-farm/http://www.virginiafreefarm.org/Scale of Operations: 10 acres
Climate: 7b
Distribution: Online store front
Certifications: Biodynamic, Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Beets, Broad beans, Cabbage, Carrot, Cauliflower, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fennel, Finocchio, Garden beans, Garlic, Kale, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Millet, Mint, Mustard, Nasturtium, Okra, Onions, Oregano, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rosemary, Sage, Spinach, Summer squash, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tarragon, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Winter squash
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: www.etsy.com/shop/virginiafreefarm
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Our Mission is to provide FREE nutritious, responsibly produced healthy food to our neighbors in need. We also supply plants, seeds, chickens, and ducks to community gardens with an eye toward making our foodshed more resilient & self sufficient. Our growing methods take the lead from mother nature & we honor the indigenous methods of controlled burn, natural animal soil disruption, & companion planting in order to most responsibly care for ecosystem we are a part of. We believe each one of us should be a steward of the earth & our fellow man acting deliberately to live with veracity, beneficence, and fidelity to our land and waterways.Basil, Beets, Broad beans, Cabbage, Carrot, Cauliflower, Cilantro, Collards, Corn, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fennel, Finocchio, Garden beans, Garlic, Kale, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Millet, Mint, Mustard, Nasturtium, Okra, Onions, Oregano, Parsley, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rosemary, Sage, Spinach, Summer squash, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tarragon, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Winter squashVA23084United States
Wandering FieldsBen Yohaihttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/wandering-fields/https://www.instagram.com/wanderingfields/Scale of Operations: 6 acres
Climate: Mediterranean
Distribution: Contract sales
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Beets, Calendula, Celery and celeriac, Cilantro, Corn, Cucumbers, Dill, Eggplant, Fennel, Garlic, Leeks, Lettuce, Melons, Mustards, Onions, Parsley, Peppers, Poppy, Pumpkins, Radishes, specialty greens, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: contact via e-mail at benyohai@gmail.com
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Growing vegetables since 2001, contract seed production since 2007, on certified organic ground with several isolation fields. We have experience with a wide variety of wet and dry seeded crops, annuals and biennials, and have access to seed cleaning equipment. We are currently focusing on larger production lots.Beets, Calendula, Celery and celeriac, Cilantro, Corn, Cucumbers, Dill, Eggplant, Fennel, Garlic, Leeks, Lettuce, Melons, Mustards, Onions, Parsley, Peppers, Poppy, Pumpkins, Radishes, specialty greens, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Weaver Seed OregonAlder Cromwellhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/weaver-seed-oregon/https://www.weaverseedoregon.com/Scale of Operations: 1000 acres
Climate: Willamette valley to Eastern Idaho
Distribution: Contract sales
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Beets, Broccoli, Buckwheat, Cabbage, Clover, Collards, Kale, Mustard, Oats, Peas, Rutabaga, Spinach, Tillage or forage radish, Triticale, Turnips, Vetch
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: We sell primarily in bulk, over 2000lb orders cover crop seed, blended cover crop mixes, as well food grade Pea and Radish sprouting seeds visit our website at WeaverSeedOregon.com or call us at 541-924-9701
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Weaver Seed Company is a 3 generation family business that specializes in cover crop and sprouting seed production. We do specialized cleaning for organic and conventional seed.
We are looking to expand our organic productions over the next several years and are looking for fantastic growers who are dedicated to producing the highest quality organic seed.
Beets, Broccoli, Buckwheat, Cabbage, Clover, Collards, Kale, Mustard, Oats, Peas, Rutabaga, Spinach, Tillage or forage radish, Triticale, Turnips, VetchOR97374United States
West Coast Seeds Ltd.Alex Augustyniakhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/west-coast-seeds-ltd/http://www.westcoastseeds.com/Scale of Operations: 16 acres
Climate: PNW
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front, Other
Certifications: Organic
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: www.westcoastseeds.com
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
World wide distribution of quality certified organic and untreated seeds.
White rose farmsVictoria Connhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/white-rose-farms/Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: No
Wild Child FarmAlva Waterstonehttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/wild-child-farm/https://www.soworganicseed.com/Scale of Operations: 7 acres
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.)
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Beets, Borage, Calendula, Carrot, Collards, Corn, Cosmos, Dry beans, Fava beans, Fennel, Hollyhock, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Mint, Nasturtium, Onions, Other, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Poppy, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Rutabaga, Sage, specialty greens, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? No
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
We are two young farmers raising organic open pollinated seeds and produce on 7 acres in an isolated valley in the coastal foothills of the Southern Willamette Valley in Oregon.Basil, Beets, Borage, Calendula, Carrot, Collards, Corn, Cosmos, Dry beans, Fava beans, Fennel, Hollyhock, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Melons, Mint, Nasturtium, Onions, Other, Peas, Peppers, Popcorn, Poppy, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, Rutabaga, Sage, specialty greens, Summer squash, Sunflower, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Winter squash, Zinnia
Wild Garden SeedFrank Mortonhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/wild-garden-seed/http://wildgardenseed.com/Scale of Operations: 3 acres
Climate: Inland Maritime Northwest
Distribution: Contract sales, Online store front
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Basil, Beets, Broccoli, Calendula, Celery and celeriac, Chervil, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Cilantro, Collards, Cornflower, Cosmos, Daisy, Fennel, Finocchio, Hollyhock, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Mustard, Onions, Oregano, Parsley, Peppers, Phacelia, Poppy, Quinoa, Radishes, Rutabaga, specialty greens, Spinach, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Website is fastest, best way.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
Wild Garden Seed has been selling organic seed for 25 years, specializing in salad greens, leafy vegetables, peppers, and quinoa of our own breeding, along with over 250 flower varieties.Basil, Beets, Broccoli, Calendula, Celery and celeriac, Chervil, Chicory, Chinese cabbage, Cilantro, Collards, Cornflower, Cosmos, Daisy, Fennel, Finocchio, Hollyhock, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Marigold, Mustard, Onions, Oregano, Parsley, Peppers, Phacelia, Poppy, Quinoa, Radishes, Rutabaga, specialty greens, Spinach, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, ZinniaOR97370United States
WILD MOUNTAIN SEEDSCasey Piscurahttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/wild-mountain-seeds/http://wildmountainseeds.com/Scale of Operations: 3 acres
Climate: HIGH DESSERT ZONE 4
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Beets, Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Cilantro, Corn, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Garlic, Hollyhock, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Melons, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Onions, Peas, Peppers, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash, Zinnia
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: CONTACT US AT WILDMOUNTAINSEEDS@GMAIL.COM TO INQUIRE ABOUT CONTRACT OR TRIAL SEED AND BUY SEED AT WILDMOUNTAINSEEDS.COM
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
WILD MOUNTAIN SEEDS IS A SEED PRODUCTION AND BREEDING FARM IN CARBONDALE, CO. WE ARE FOCUSED ON CREATING OP ALTERNATIVES WITH INCREASED VIGOR, DIVERSITY AND UNIFORMITY, WHILE ADAPTING FOOD PLANTS TO COLD, DRY, SUN DRENCHED, SHORT SEASON CLIMATES AND IMPLEMENTING TRIALS FOCUSED ON CLIMATIC RELIANCE. WE HAVE AN INTENSE FOCUS ON BREEDING WARM SEASON CROPS FOR ADDED VIGOR DURING COOLER TEMPERATURES WHILE ALSO DEVELOPING TECHNIQUES FOR MINIMAL TILLAGE FARMING. WE HAVE PROJECTS FOCUSED ON BOLT TARDINESS, DROUGH TOLERANCE, ENHANCED FLAVOR AND VIGOR IN MANY CROPS OF WHICH TO THIS POINT INCLUDE. GREENHOUSE HEIRLOOM TOMATOES, FIELD TOMATOES, CHERRY TOMATOES, GREENHOUSE SLICING CUCUMBERS, FIELD PICKLING CUKES, SWEET PEPPERS, TOMATILLOS, MAXIMA WINTER SQUASHES, SUMMER SQUASHES, DRY BEANS, POLE BEANS, SWEET PEAS, STORAGE ONIONS, CARROTS, CHARD, BEETS, ARUGULA, KALE, TURNIPS, CONICAL STORAGE CABBAGES AND FLOUR CORN. WE ARE KEENLY INTERESTED IN PROVING OUR BRED SEED FOR TRIALS AND FOR CONTRACT SEED GROWING.Beets, Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery and celeriac, Chamomile, Cilantro, Corn, Cucumbers, Dill, Dry beans, Eggplant, Fava beans, Garlic, Hollyhock, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Melons, Mustard, Mustards, Nasturtium, Onions, Peas, Peppers, Pumpkins, Quinoa, Radishes, specialty greens, Spinach, Summer squash, Sweet corn, Sweet pea, Swiss chard, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash, ZinniaCO81623United States
Winnower FarmBrennan Henry Allsworthhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/winnower-farm/Scale of Operations: 1 acres
Climate: Zone 6b/7a, high desert
Distribution: Contract sales, Other
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Barley, Cereal rye, Chamomile, Corn, Cucumbers, Dry beans, Fava beans, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Melons, Mustard, Oats, Onions, Pumpkins, Rye, Sunflower, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Grassroots Seed Network
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
A beginning seed steward with a passion for the many facets of agricultural systems.Barley, Cereal rye, Chamomile, Corn, Cucumbers, Dry beans, Fava beans, Garden beans, Garlic, Grain, Melons, Mustard, Oats, Onions, Pumpkins, Rye, Sunflower, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Wheat, Winter squash
Wood Prairie Family FarmCaleb Gerritsenhttps://seedalliance.org/profiles/wood-prairie-family-farm/http://www.woodprairie.com/Scale of Operations: 115 acres
Climate: Northern Short-Season
Distribution: Contract sales, Local retail (rack sales, farmers market, etc.), Online store front, Other
Certifications: Organic
Crop families experienced with in seed production: Cereal rye, Corn, Dry beans, Grain, Oats, Peppers, Popcorn, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Summer squash, Sweet corn, Tomatoes, Wheat, Winter squash
Is seed in any quantities available for purchase? Yes
Instructions for purchasing: Email your organic seed needs including variety, quantity desired and price.
Open to contracting for seed production?: Yes
We have an isolated MOFGA-Certified Organic seed farm in Northern Maine and have been raising organic seed for 40 years. We specialize in growing for wholesale and retail sales, organic Maine Certified Seed Potatoes, organic grain seed, corn, dry beans, and wet-seeded organic seed crops including squash, peppers and tomatoes.Cereal rye, Corn, Dry beans, Grain, Oats, Peppers, Popcorn, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Summer squash, Sweet corn, Tomatoes, Wheat, Winter squashME04735United States

Biodynamic list

NameSourceWebsiteAbout UsThe Certified ProductsHoursStateZipCountry
Abiquiu Valley Farm LLChttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/abiquiu-valley-farm-llchttp://abiquiuvalleyfarm.comBiodynamically grown medicinal herbs and forage cropsVegetables
Beetroot
Cucumbers
Dandelion
Lettuce
Onions
Pepper capsicum
Tomatoes
Tomatoes cherry
Herbs and spices
Ashwagandha
Burdock root
Calendula
Chamomile
Echinacea
Herbs
Lavender
Lemon balm
Medicinal herbs
Mullein
Nettle
St. John’s wort
Valerian
Grains
Oats
Quinoa
Other crops
Other annual crops
NM87510United States
Acetaia Guerzoni SRLhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/acetaia-guerzoni-srlhttps://www.guerzoni.com/Vinegar and mustard and stock
Vinegar
Vinegar and mustard and stock
Vinegar
Italy
ADAMVShttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/adamvshttps://www.adamvs.com/Fruit, Grapes for wineCA94508United States
AmByth Estatehttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/ambyth-estatehttp://www.ambythestate.com/AmByth Estate (welsh) “forever” is owned by a husband and wife farming and winemaking team in the Paso Robles AVA (5). We farm our vines, olive trees, and gardens and raise our animals and bees based on Biodynamic principles. We make Demeter certified wine, with zero added sulfites that are aged in amphora, stainless steel and neutral oak. We produce Rhone wines: single varietals and blends (white, orange, rose, and red) and Sangiovese, Tempranillo and Zinfandel.

Our Philosophy: A love of the land. A joy of life.
Fruit, Grapes for wine, OlivesFeb 1 – Dec 22CA93465United States
Analemma Wineshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/Analemma-Wineshttp://www.analemmawines.com/Analemma exists to craft characterful wines and foster life through a soulful approach to farming and winemaking. We embrace regenerative farming practices that 0ly support the vitality of our crops and anchor our wine to the expression of the vintage and our distinct site.

The Mosier Hills is the home and heart of Analemma. Undulating across a south-facing ridge sculpted by the Missoula Floods, our estate lies within a patchwork of oak and grassland, where cobblestones and glacial sands dominate the landscape. Deep curiosity, observation, and a spirit of exploration guide our efforts in this uncharted terroir.
Fruit
Cherries
Grapes for wine
Herbs and spices
Lavender
Apr 1 – Oct 29
Friday:12-6pm
Saturday:12-6pm
Sunday:12-6pm
OR97040United States
Annadel Gap Vineyardhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/Annadel-Gap-Vineyardhttps://westwoodwine.com/Fruit
Grapes for wine
Saturday:10 AM–4 PM
Sunday:10 AM–4 PM
Monday:11 AM–4 PM
Tuesday:11 AM–4 PM
Wednesday:11 AM–4 PM
Thursday:11 AM–3 PM
Friday:11 AM–4 PM
CA95409United States
Apricot Lane Farmshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/apricot-lane-farmshttp://www.apricotlanefarms.com/Farmers John and Molly Chester lead Apricot Lane Farms in practicing organic and biodynamic farming techniques to create healthy soils that in turn produce nutrient dense foods. We do this without the use of pesticides and harmful chemical inputs on our plants and trees. We never feed our animals hormones, antibiotics, soy or GMOs. Resting on over 200 acres of beautiful rolling countryside, we are just 45 minutes north of Los Angeles and 25 minutes east of Ventura, 5.Fruit
Apples
Apricots
Avocados
Cherimoya annona cherimola
Cherries
Figs
Grapefruit
Kumquats
Lemons
Lime
Mandarins
Melons
Mulberries
Nectarines
Oranges
Passion fruit
Peaches
Persimmon
Plums
Pomegranates
Watermelons
Vegetables
Artichokes
Beetroot
Broccoli
Cabbage
Carrots
Cauliflower
Eggplant
Garlic
Kale
Kohlrabi
Leeks
Lettuce
Onions
Peas green
Pepper capsicum
Potatoes
Pumpkin
Rhubarb
Shallots
Spinach
Tomatoes
Turnips
Herbs and spices
Basil
Chives
Dill
Fennel spice
Ginger
Mallow
Parsley
Nuts
Macadamia nuts
Walnuts
Legumes
Beans
Fodder and grassland
Grassland
Oil crops
Sunflowers
Other crops
Other annual crops
CA93021United States
Avena Botanicalshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/avena-botanicalshttp://www.avenabotanicals.com/Avena Botanicals Herbal Apothecary offers a variety of hand-crafted herbal offerings for the well being of our customers. Most of our products are made with herbs grown and hand-harvested from our own Biodynamic� garden situated on a 32-acre farm in Rockport, Maine. Avena was founded in 1985 by herbalist and gardener Deb Soule. In 1995, Avena moved to its current location where Deb was able to design and plant a large organic and Biodynamic herb garden. This beautiful three-acre garden provides an abundance of certified Biodynamic herbs for the apothecary, a classroom for students, nectar-producing flowers for pollinators and a peaceful place for visitors to renew their spirit and find comfort in nature.Herbs and spices
Medicinal herbs
Monday:12-5
Tuesday:12-5
Wednesday:12-5
Thursday:12-5
Friday:12-5
Saturday:closed
Sunday:closed
ME04856United States
Azienda Agricola Rivetto dal 1902https://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/azienda-agricola-rivetto-dal-1902http://rivetto.itWine
Wine red
Italy
Badger State Fruit Processing, Inc.https://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/badger-state-fruit-processing-inchttp://www.badgerstatefruit.com/Our owners, Wayne and Tom Gardner, were introduced to the cranberry industry by transporting cranberries for local growers and processors. With the inception of Gardner Cranberry in the early 1990’s they started growing their own cranberries with two 1.5 acre bogs. Presently we harvest and process over 1,400 acres of their own bogs.

Seeing a need for additional fresh cranberry cleaning/receiving stations in central Wisconsin, the Gardner’s built their first plant in Pittsville in 1996. In June 2003 they built their second raw material cleaning/receiving station and warehouse.

In 2005 they entered the cranberry processing arena with completion of their 78,750 square foot cranberry juice processing facility. Badger State Fruit Processing has annual production of over 2 million gallons of cranberry juice concentrate and 5 million gallons of single strength juice. Gardner added Premium Dried Cranberries to their product portfolio in 2013 with the completion of their state of the art sweetened dried cranberry facility.

The annual production of the plant is 25 million pounds of finished product with further expansion to be completed in 2016.

In addition to a lot of hard work and dedication, Gardner’s rapid growth can be attributed to the steady increase in the amount of cranberries grown in Wisconsin. According to current statistics Wisconsin produces nearly 60% of the cranberries grown in the United States.
JuicesWI54466United States
Bar Agricole, Inc.https://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/bar-agricole-inchttps://baragricole.com/Bar Agricole, Inc. is a beverage company committed to fostering legitimate careers in food and beverage while pursuing a transparent, wholesome supply chain that conveys single-origin spirits to a growing audience. In developing our supply chain we make decisions that engender environmental health and the dignity of human beings and animals. We partner with growers who deeply respect the land and the organic ingredients that thrive in it. Stripped down to the essence of pure flavors, without hiding behind fussy presentation or chemical manipulation, we assemble impeccable raw materials and serve them with humility and grace.Brandy
Curacao
Monday : CLOSED
Tuesday : 5:30 PM – 11:00 PM
Wednesday : 5:30 PM – 11:00 PM
Thursday : 5:30 PM – 11:00 PM
Friday : 5:30 PM – 11:00 PM
Saturday : 5:30 PM – 11:00 PM
Sunday : CLOSED
CA94103United States
BD Beeshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/bd-beeshttp://www.bdbees.com/BDBees is dedicated to Honeybee research and the Biodynamic method of raising honeybees in order to bridge the gap between the “standard”, “conventional” or “commercial” method of beekeeping and what is frequently now called the “natural” method. We provide bee products, services, workshops, and seasonally bees themselves.

We are currently working on the development of a new system of raising the honey bee that is compatible with the box system most widely used in America today. The conventional Langstroth hive system has proven itself with the test of time, especially within the commercial pollination business, but it is not without its flaws. These flaws are at the expense of honeybee health, over-stressing the already fragile inner balance of the colony. BDBees is committed to helping create a less stressful environment both in and outside the hive. This research is actively being conducted within northern California. We plan to deliver our modified bee box system as a product once we have completed the patent process.

We are the first US based Demeter certified apiary. Certified since October 2013.

Please contact us via email or Facebook with questions or product requests.
Other animal
Bees
Beeswax
Honey
CA95722United States
Beaver Creek Vineyardshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/beaver-creek-vineyardshttp://www.beavercreekvineyards.com/At Beaver Creek, our sheep and goats graze and fertilize our vineyards while pure water brings life in to fertile soil. The micro-flora of the vineyards works harmoniously with the fauna, thus creating a complete circle. We harvest by hand, selecting only the best grapes for our wines. In the cellar, the winemaking process is completely natural, without any additives. Wines are aged in fifty percent new French, Hungarian and American oak. All wine is hand-crafted from beginning to end.

It is very difficult to find one person who believes in Biodynamic and organic agriculture and has the “know-how” of wine making process, yet at Beaver Creek we have been fortunate enough to bring together two such personalities: Martin and Joseph. Although each has a different background, they both share the common vision “to make the best and the healthiest wines in the world.”

Beaver Creek Vineyards is located in Lake County, a truly unique corner of California. With the largest natural freshwater lake entirely in California, appropriately called Clear Lake, this county has been revered for centuries by the native populations of California, who prize the lake and its environs for their healing properties. Mount Konocti, an inactive volcano on the south shore of Clear Lake, gave the Lake County its volcanic soil and helped to create the area’s lovely hills full of unspoiled vegetation and flora and its many hot springs, which have been long prized for their healing properties.

In the preface to his famous book, “Wine, From Heaven on Earth,” French Biodynamic winemaker Nicholas Joly writes the following: “Biodynamic, wakes up in some the uncritical admiration, categorical dismissal in others, and yet an absolute misunderstanding in most.”

Beaver Creek uses the Biodynamic process to bring nature back in to balance. Biodynamic is not a method. It is a direction that is one step beyond organic which we use to create an outstanding, original wine that is an expression of harmony between vines and winemaker. Just one look in a standard vineyard and a Biodynamic vineyard and it is easy to see the difference. A vineyard farmed in the standard way has dead soil, void of any micro creatures, bugs, limited vegetation, vines fortified by artificial fertilizers, sprayed by artificial herbicides.

On the other hand, a Biodynamic vineyard is rich in micro organisms, bugs and animals grazing on a variety of different plants that enrich the soil and the vines. Personal attention with a sense of unity or ‘wholeness’ with our universe creates a vineyard that is able to naturally express itself. We maintain a minimal impact on the environment and our natural surroundings.

Because of this, the wines don’t bear the ‘prescribed’ taste and flavor of many others. Our wines are original, and we strive to produce a product of the cleanest, purest quality. We don’t create our wines in the laboratory. The fragrance and taste of our wine comes only from the elements of nature. We use natural yeast, no filtration and the absolute minimum of amount of sulfites, so people sensitive to sulfites are usually not affected by our wine.

Please join us in promoting unity and balance between nature and humanity – from our vineyard to your table!
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CA95461United States
Beckmen-Purisima Vineyardshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/beckmen-purisima-vineyardshttp://www.beckmenvineyards.com/Founded in 1994 by Tom and Steve Beckmen, Beckmen Vineyards is a family-run, estate winery located in Santa Barbara County’s Santa Ynez Valley. Since its founding, Beckmen Vineyards has emerged as one of North America’s premier producers of Rhone varietal wines, while also helping to establish Santa Barbara County as one of California’s most highly regarded winegrowing regions.

Eager to return to his farming roots and convinced of the Santa Ynez Valley’s vast potential to produce world-class wines, Tom Beckmen began searching for promising vineyard property in the early ’90s. He found what he was looking for on a 40-acre parcel of land with an existing small winery. There he established Beckmen Vineyards. Working together, Tom and Steve began revitalizing the site. Convinced that the vineyard had been planted incorrectly, they painstakingly removed the 16 original acres of vines, and replanted the vineyard with carefully selected varietals, clones and rootstocks. The estate remains an idyllic wine country escape marked by red barns, duck ponds, and biodiverse vineyards.

Committed to building a world-class estate-vineyard program, the Beckmens also purchased a spectacular, unplanted 365-acre Santa Ynez Valley ranch in 1996. Naming it Purisima Mountain Vineyard, Tom and Steve began a meticulous planting process designed to maintain the natural diversity of the site. With an ideal climate and rare limestone subsoils similar to those found in Cote Rotie and Chateauneuf du Pape, the vineyard has proven perfect for producing a range of stunning Rhone varietals, especially Syrah and Grenache.

Biodynamic farming was adopted slowly over the course of several years. Steve Beckmen carefully tested biodynamic farming techniques before committing the whole vineyard. The results were impressive. When farmed biodynamically, the vines grew straight up, and the leaves were rich in color and healthy. In addition, the soil retained more moisture and there was an increase in sugar and tannin quality. Building on these exceptional results, 2006 marked the transition from a grand experiment to a fully dedicated program of biodynamic farming at Purisima Mountain Vineyard.

“Our goal,” says Steve, “is to always get better and better. Biodynamics allows us to achieve the purest possible expression of our Purisima Mountain Vineyard terroir, which is at the very heart of our winegrowing philosophy.”

Under the care and guidance of Tom and Steve, Purisima Mountain Vineyard has earned acclaim as one of California’s great Rhone-varietal vineyards. Adding to its reputation as one of the most meticulously cultivated winegrowing sites in all of Santa Barbara County, and it was officially certified biodynamic and organic in 2009. Purisima was the first certified biodynamic vineyard in Santa Barbara Country. Reflecting a passion for quality and a belief in the natural character of the land, the adoption of biodynamic farming practices has only reinforced Steve’s vineyard-focused style of winemaking. Believing that the wine in the bottle begins in the soil, Steve and the winemaking team craft wines that capture the unique terroir of Purisima Mountain.

Beckmen Vineyards produces a full line of exceptional estate-grown Rhone varietals including Syrah, Grenache, Grenache Blanc, Grenache Rose, and the Cuvee Le Bec blend. It also produces small quantities of exceptional Cabernet Sauvignon and Sauvignon Blanc. Beckmen wines have been served at some of the finest restaurants and houses in the country, including the White House.
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CA93441United States
Benziger Family Wineryhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/benziger-family-wineryhttp://www.benziger.com/At Benziger, we’re about three things: family, great wine and healthy vineyards. For more than thirty years we�ve searched Sonoma County for the most distinctive and expressive vineyards. Once found, we tended these sites using certified Biodynamic, organic and sustainable farming methods. The result is a portfolio of authentic and memorable wines.

Enjoy an exclusive wine tour and tasting at our Glen Ellen winery. Voted best Sonoma winery experience of 2012!
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CA95442United States
Black Lamb Winehttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/black-lamb-winehttps://blacklambwine.cargo.site/WineCA94619United States
Bock Vineyardhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/bock-vineyardhttps://rainscreekvineyard.com/Planted in 2008, with Middle Block replanted in 2018, this steep hillside Cabernet Sauvignon vineyard produces intense, low yield fruit. We are about 500 feet above the Russian River valley floor in the hills east of Cloverdale at the north end of the Alexander Valley AVA, of which we are a member. Farmed by Four Seasons Vineyard Management. Water management overseen by Mark Greenspan and Advanced Viticulture. BioDynamic consultant: Daphne Amory. Weed management by Victoriano Landscaping. We are members of Alexander Winegrowers Association and Allied Grape Growers. AGG manages sales of our fruit.Fruit
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CA95425United States
Bodegas Parra Jimenezhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/Bodegas-Parra-Jimenezhttp://www.parrafamilyorganic.com/esp/WineMonday:8 AM–1 PM, 3–6 PM
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16650Spain
Bodegas Penalba Lopez S.L. – Finca Torremilanos — USAhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/bodegas-penalba-lopez-finca-torremilanos-usahttps://www.torremilanos.com/enWineMonday:7 AM–3 PM
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Bonterra Vineyardshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/bonterra-vineyardshttp://www.bonterra.com/At Bonterra, we passionately believe that organic and Biodynamic grapes make better wine. Bonterra has been producing wine from 100% organically grown grapes since 1993 and Biodynamic grapes since 2004. All of our grapes are grown with the utmost respect for the land, animals, people and systems that surround them taking into account the balance of the entire ecosystem. Our practices produce grapes that offer a quality of fruit and vibrancy of taste that allows us to create wines that express the purity and intensity of each varietal�s unique character. You can taste our natural commitment to producing the wines of great taste and excitement in every sip of Bonterra, which is why we believe they are among the very best you�ll experience.Fruit
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Brick House Vineyardshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/brick-house-vineyardshttp://brickhousewines.com/When I first laid eyes on the farm it was kind of a sad place. The hazelnut orchard had been �custom farmed� by non-resident farmers in the age of �Better Living Through Chemistry.� Their list of chemical inputs included all the ingredients of Rachael Carson�s �Silent Spring� and more � DDT, Paraquat, Simazine�the list went on and on, to my private horror. The house was dilapidated: a rental. One tenant was living in a bus parked in the oak grove.

But in January of 1990 the whole farm went Cold Turkey.

We certified all 40 acres for organic agriculture and, with the planting of the first 10 acres of Pinot Noir, set out on a journey into what was at the time largely Terra Incognita in the north Willamette Valley. We committed to stopping all applications of synthetically compounded chemicals on our land. We observed our vines struggling to overcome the residues in the soil. They competed with the abundant grasses and weeds that thrive in moist Willamette Valley soil. We had to find and/or devise alternatives. Needless to say, the early seasons passed on a trial and error basis. We farmed, as Indiana Jones might have said, �making it up as we went along.�

But farm we did, and with measured success. We learned over time the best ways to keep the weeds and mildew at bay. There was no shortage of demand for our certified organic fruit. And by 1993 it was exhilarating to taste the wines made from it. Organic farming liberated our land from dependence on chemical agriculture. By 2002, we were seeking ways to enrich and stimulate our soils and our plants to even better all-around health and vitality.

In time, Biodynamics� emerged as a possible way to achieve that goal. A lot of Biodynamic practitioners advise growers to �follow the forest !�

I think Biodynamic agriculture holds particular appeal for winegrowers. It calls for close attention to nature�s cycles and harnesses energies not always obvious to the naked eye. More than most, Biodynamic winegrowers rely on nature�s ability to transform materials; on metamorphosis and the cycles of decay, death and life.

Take our compost, for instance : Grape pomace � solids, seeds and stems left from making our wines � is combined with straw, hay, leaf refuse, garden cuttings and other carbonaceous material and mixed with organic cow manure to form large, static piles of compost. There the remnants of the first fermentation (that turned grape juice into wine) undergo a form of second ferment; with the help of worms instead of yeast, bacteria and other micro-organisms, these mounds of refuse come alive, generating temperatures in excess of 160 degrees F. They include the Biodynamic� preparations of camomile, oak bark, valerian, dandelion flowers, yarrow and stinging nettle. The result over time is rich, dark compost laden with nutrients and microbes that deliver vitality to our plants for yet another season�and another vintage.

We brew compost teas. Some are sprayed on the vineyard soil to stimulate its all important microbial life. Some teas are applied directly to the plants to enliven photosynthesis and enliven the plant�s natural resistance to disease.

While the organic practices are largely passive, the Biodynamic� practices are pro-active. They feed our farm and our imagination. We have come to regard the farm as a wholistic organism� much like the human body� built on interdependent relationships that, when in good health, act and react in harmonious balance.

Much has been written about Biodynamics�. Rudolph Steiner was, in the early 20th century, certainly its most prominent proponent. But we believe the practices Steiner suggested are rooted in much older, ancient schools of thought about the natural world. At Brick House we choose to follow and to enhance our own intuitive understanding of them.
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Brooks Winehttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/brooks-winehttps://www.brookswine.com/Brooks Winery came to life in 1998, after founder Jimi Brooks had spent time in France, where he worked with wineries who were using biodynamic farming principles in their vineyards. Seeing parallels between the use of these processes and the resulting healthier, better-tasting fruit, so when he returned to Oregon and started his own label, the awareness that everything growing in the ground is a reflection of everything else in its environment became a key element of his approach.

This sense of vineyard transparency has been at the heart of the Brooks program from the beginning. “If the vine is happy, the grapes simply taste better.” Jimi once said, “I believe that farming in this way, by keeping the earth alive and the ecosystem intact, is the only way to really achieve that concept of terroir.”

The benefits of biodynamic farming are particularly noticeable in the production of our primary grape varieties, Riesling and Pinot Noir. We believe that, more than with virtually any other cultivar, these varieties have the ability to reflect the terroir in which they were grown to an extent that it would be a disservice to them to use any other farming method that would intrude on what the earth provides.

Although the Brooks estate vineyard was not Demeter certified until 2012, the practices have been in place since 2002. These vines were planted between 1973 and 1977, making them among the oldest vines in the Willamette Valley. 10 acres of vines in this vineyard are planted on their own rootstock, increasing the essence of purity in the fruit harvested from this site.

Life too, like a vineyard, has a cycle. In 2004, Jimi passed away at age 38, leaving his young son Pascal as sole owner of Brooks Wine. Winemaker friends who’d gathered at his memorial service compelled the family to carry on the winery and Jimi’s philosophy. A dozen of Oregon’s top winemakers saw the 2004 vintage through, and in 2005, Chris Williams (Jimi’s assistant) became Head Winemaker; Jimi’s sister, Janie Brooks Heuck, took over the role of Managing Director, completing the circle of Brooks’ core values of friendship, family and spirit. That these values are reflected in the way our farming is handled is no surprise; our appreciation of the interrelatedness of everything in life is why we are so attuned to the precepts of Demeter farming.

Over the past few years, our Ara Riesling has been featured at a dinner at The White House, and our wines have won accolades in all corners of the wine world. Jimi Brooks’ story figured prominently in “American Wine Story,” a film about inspiration and compulsion that was well received at film and wine festivals around the country. We have a new winemaking facility that will be in place in time for the 2014 harvest, and we’re been able to increase the number of outside vineyards we’re able to source grape from, and our relationship with these growers is such that they allow us to be involved in the farming decision throughout the process.

The Brooks tasting room is open all year-round, so we look forward to your stopping by when you’re in the area.
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OR97101United States
Cafe Imports Fulfillment, LLChttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/cafe-imports-fulfillment-llchttps://www.cafeimports.com/Cafe Imports is an independent importer and developer of some of the world’s finest specialty green coffees. Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with warehouses in Australia, Europe, and the United States; and with international representation in global offices worldwide, we source, sell, and ship green coffee around the globe. Coffee roasters who would like to buy green coffee can access our coffee offerings, coffee education materials and resources, coffee origin and coffee sourcing information, coffee traceability, and details about coffee travel at www.cafeimports.com.

Our coffee offerings list which includes spot coffee, as well as coffees that are afloat and at origin, is updated daily, and you will always get a live person on the phone when you call to buy green coffee during business hours. We are dedicated to customer service and we want to work with you as a coffee roaster to find you the green coffees that you need. We are also capable of helping coffee roasters navigate the C-market and contracting coffee, as well as offer information about hedging in both USD and in international currencies. We have a staff of highly trained, passionate, and coffee-loving professionals who handle everything from sourcing green coffee from origin, conducting coffee sensory analysis, managing green coffee logistics, and selling green coffee to coffee roasters.

We have been a proudly carbon neutral coffee importing company since 2008, and are dedicated to coffee progress in the areas of environment, social responsibility, and coffee quality development.

Buy green coffee with us today!
Raw Green CoffeeMonday:8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
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MN55413-2913United States
CAJ Food Products, Inc.https://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/caj-food-products-inchttp://www.biottajuices.com/Founded in Switzerland in 1931 by Dr. Hugo Brandenberger, the organic beverage company, Biotta, has remained dedicated to our original goal of producing top-quality juice from vegetables and fruits just as nature intended–fresh from the field into the bottle.

Biotta produced and launched our first line of juices in 1957. Over the years, Biotta has farmed more than 1,700 acres of chemical-, fertilizer-, and toxic-free land — a very rare find among today’s farmland.

Along with three generations of family farmers, Biotta has established reliable and scientific organic growing techniques, protecting the natural wholesomeness and taste of all ingredients. Biotta juices use only natural and physical processing methods as opposed to commonly used chemical methods. Production routines at Biotta have a direct impact on the quality of the juices: the fewer processing steps, the higher the nutritional value.

Established in business for over 60 years, including over 40 years in the U.S., Biotta is one of the top selling functional juice brands in the world. The taste of Biotta’s quality juices, along with their focus on health and wellness, are widely accepted and exported to more than 40 countries.
JuicesIN46037United States
Camphill Village Copakehttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/camphill-village-copakehttp://camphillvillage.orgThe founding of Camphill Village in 1961 was part of a transformative movement in the United States to reform how society treats people with special needs. Worldwide, this was known as the Camphill Movement. We are the first and largest Camphill community in the United States, and we are one of more than 100 Camphill communities, including villages and schools, that exist around the globe.

The movement was started by Karl König, an Austrian pediatrician and educator who fled to Aberdeen, Scotland to escape Nazi annexation. König had been a student of anthroposophy, often referred to as the “path to self-knowledge,” coined by Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner, who began the first of the well-known Waldorf schools.

Inspired by Anthropsophy, König and his colleagues in Scotland began the first Camphill community in Aberdeen for children with developmental disabilities in 1940. A colleague of his, Carlo Pietzner, traveled to Copake and established Camphill Village USA in 1961.
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NY12516United States
Carlton Farmshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/carlton-farmshttp://www.carltonfarms.net/Carlton Farms is a diversified certified organic/Biodynamic operation located in the Endless Mountains region of northeast Pennsylvania. Primary meat products include chicken, lamb, and pork. Crops include vegetables, small fruit, oats and culinary and medicinal herbs. Carlton Farms has been in the same family since it was founded in the late 1800’s. Our goal is not only to produce the healthiest possible foods but to educate our customers and the community on the advantages of our farming practices. We also join with like minded farmers in marketing and distributing our products to CSAs and 6-ops. In recent years we have worked to develop value-added products, primarily dried medicinal herbs and Fire Tonic with health and culinary applications.Fruit
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Chakana Wineryhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/chakana-wineryhttps://www.chakanawines.com.ar/Argentina
Chateau Bellevuehttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/Chateau-Bellevuehttp://chateaubellevue.com/CAUnited States
Chene Vineyards LLChttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/chene-vineyards-llchttps://www.kynsi.com/Kynsi Winery is a family run operation focused on producing distinguished wines in limited production. Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc, Chardonnay, Syrah and unique red blends are carefully sourced from highly regarded cool climate vineyards along with Pinot Noir from their Estate Stone Corral Vineyard in the Edna Valley.

Owner/Winemakers Don and Gwen Othman have been immersed in the Central Coast wine industry for over 30 years with their specialty wine equipment business Bulldog Manufacturing. Don is widely recognized for his creation of The Bulldog Pup in 1986, a gas pressure racking wand that transfers wine from barrels without agitation or oxidation. While originally designed to gently transfer delicate Pinot Noir, “The Pup” has become an indispensable cellar tool for achieving superior clean rackings preserving richness and complexity in high quality barrel aged wines. They continue to manufacture and distribute the Bulldog Pup worldwide today.

Over the years, Bulldog Manufacturing provided the opportunity to work alongside some of the most respected winemakers in the industry. Don and Gwen gleaned volumes of diverse winemaking philosophies that helped lay the foundation from which their own distinctive winemaking philosophy emerged. Life is an evolution and in 1995 Don and Gwen founded Kynsi Winery located in the heart of the Edna Valley on California’s Central Coast. Today they are joined by their daughter Kala who grew up in the business and son-in-law Michael, each sharing the vision and values on which Kynsi has been built. Together, they all work very closely to maintain the quality and consistency of the Kynsi portfolio.
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Churchtown Dairyhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/churchtown-dairyhttps://www.churchtowndairy.org/Churchtown Dairy aims to be a beacon, warning against the destruction done by “Big Ag” while promoting regenerative organic farming practices in harmony with nature and in alignment with animal, plant, and microbial life. We use biodynamic principles that enhance and deepen our relationship with the Earth. We strive to nurture a growing community of local, national, and global allies. We are an accessible resource for farmers, scholars, educators, entrepreneurs, and the generally curious. We provide access to healthy foods and products including raw milk, farmstead cheese, grass-fed beef, eggs, and medicinal remedies.Herbs and spices
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Common Good Farmhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/common-good-farmhttp://commongoodfarm.com/Common Good Farm is a mom & pop family farm…small, sustainable, certified organic & Biodynamic…growing good food since Autumn of 1996 for southeast Nebraska. We are just 15 miles northwest of Lincoln, Nebraska — near Raymond. We�re committed to sustaining a family farm to provide delicious, healthful food for our community & neighbors…to tend the soil, grow the food & love the land.

We grow over 45 different kinds of produce — 4 acres of veggies & herbs. We also have certified organic & Biodynamic veggie & herb plants in the springtime at our plant sale, as well as raise pastured pork, grass-fed beef & a pasture-based laying flock for gorgeous organic eggs.

The heartbeat of our farm is our CSA, offering seasonal CSA shares with an option for a 12-week and 15-week Summer CSA & a separate Fall Harvest CSA. We’re at Old Cheney Farmer�s Market in Lincoln; find us there from opening day through July and then again for October.
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Cooper Mountain Vineyardshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/cooper-mountain-vineyardshttp://coopermountainwine.com/Our philosophy at Cooper Mountain is simple.
To craft authentic wines with minimalistic intervention while respecting the soils they originate from.
In 1978 Cooper Mountain Vineyards began a quest that has brought us to more than 100 acres of pinot noir, pinot gris and chardonnay in the Northern Willlamette Valley. We invite you to be apart of that story.
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OR97007United States
Cosmic Apple Gardenshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/cosmic-apple-gardenshttp://www.cosmicapple.com/Located in Victor Idaho at 6,300 feet in the heart of the Teton Valley, CAG is a 30-acre farm with over 10 acres of organic garden vegetables and grazing farm animals. The farm has been growing food for people in Teton County, including folks in Jackson Wyoming, since 1996. The CSA has 200 members, and supplies vegetables, herbs, and flowers.

The CSA offers sixteen weekly deliveries of vegetables, herbs, and flowers. Add on�s include cheese, bread, beef and pork. CSA members also receive 20% off at the Teton Valley Market in Driggs and the People�s Market and Jackson Farmers� Market in Jackson.
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ID83455United States
Cowhorn Vineyard & Gardenhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/cowhorn-vineyard-gardenhttp://www.cowhornwine.com/Hidden away in a remote river valley historically known more for gold than grapes is COWHORN, a boutique, estate vineyard and winery whose first releases were the toast of The James Beard Foundation and Oregon�s emerging eco-culinary scene.

Recently in 2013, the 2009 COWHORN Syrah was awarded Best of the West in Sunset Magazine, the 2009 COWHORN Reserve Syrah was named 50 Best Wines by Portland Monthly Magazine, the 2012 COWHORN Spiral 36 was listed on the 2013 Top 100 Wines by Jon Bonn� and the San Francisco Chronicle, and the 2012 COWHORN Marsanne Roussanne was listed in David Schildknecht’s Guide to the Best of 2013 on Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate website. In addition, Robert Parker�s The Wine Advocate rated five COWHORN wines 92+ points in 2013, after rating seven earlier vintages 91+ points in 2012. In 2011, the 2009 COWHORN Viognier was added to Paul Gregutt�s Top 100 Pacific Northwest Wines list.

Sharing qualities comparable to the Chateauneuf-du-Pape region of France�s southern Rhone Valley, COWHORN sits alongside Southern Oregon�s pristine Applegate River. The farm is fringed by frontier forests and supported by soils that are perfectly suited for various classic, Rhone grape varieties, including Syrah, Grenache, Viognier, Marsanne and Roussanne. As a result, COWHORN produces balanced, Rhone-style, fine wines with low alcohol and high aroma that express the signature subtleties of the farm�s unique soils.

Guided by horticulturist Alan York and consultant winemaker Ken Bernards, COWHORN planted its first eleven acres of vineyard in 2005. Using state-of-the-art technology, winemakers Bill and Barbara Steele gently and patiently nudge native yeast through the fermentation process on a mission to make fine wine with few inputs, going from grapes to glass as purely as possible.

COWHORN benefits from being surrounded by biodiversity that serves as a natural immune system for the vineyard and gardens. When combined with organic and Biodynamic farming methods, this symbiotic relationship not only minimizes the need for petrochemical pesticides but supports the vitality of the surrounding ecosystem. Over half of the estate is reserved for habitat, forest and riparian areas. Currently, the vineyard is 25 acres and lavender and produce account for 4 acres combined.

Because Biodynamic farming is deeply rooted in the practice of perennial polyculture, crops are selected that pair well in the field and on the table. COWHORN supplies 6,000-7,000 pounds of fresh asparagus to local markets and grocery stores. Depending on volumes and season, at certain times wine club members and tasting room visitors can purchase asparagus or orchard fruit. Other areas of development include our 1,000 lavender plants.

Come visit, taste, experience!
Fruit
Apples
Cherries
Grapes for wine
Pears
Persimmon
Plums
Vegetables
Asparagus green
Nuts
Hazelnuts
Thursday:By appointment or 11am – 4pm
Friday:By appointment or 11am – 4pm
Saturday:By appointment or 11am – 4pm
Sunday:By appointment or 11am – 4pm
OR97530United States
Culinary Collectivehttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/culinary-collectivehttps://culinarycollective.com/Culinary Collective is an importer and distributor of specialty food products. We hope that you enjoy the delicious flavors of our authentically produced foodsOils and fats
Olive oil
Saturday:Closed
Sunday:Closed
Monday:8 AM–4 PM
Tuesday:8 AM–4 PM
Wednesday:8 AM–4 PM
Thursday:8 AM–4 PM
Friday:8 AM–2 PM
WA98087United States
Dalla Terrahttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/uve-enterprises-dba-dalla-terrahttp://www.dallaterra.com/Dalla Terra was founded in 1990 by Brian Larky, who had developed a deep interest in wine more than a decade earlier and chose to get a degree in fermentation sciences from the University of California at Davis. He initially followed the winemaking path, with production jobs at Napa Valley wineries such as Far Niente and Domaine Chandon. Broadening his horizons, in 1985, Brian took a harvest job in Italy that stretched into five years working as a winemaker for the sparkling wine producer Ca’ del Bosco in Lombardy’s Franciacorta region. At that point, his focus shifted from being a winemaker to becoming an importer of Italian wines.

Brian developed an innovative approach with the Winery Direct model, where the goal was to minimize the footprint of the importer. The new company, Dalla Terra Winery Direct, was designed from the start to serve more as a facilitator for wines moving straight from Italian wineries to U.S. distributors rather than as a separate tier of its own. To make this idea work, Brian and his fledgling company needed two things: a cadre of excellent Italian wineries that shared the same vision of direct importation, and a sales team in the U.S. who were as devoted as he was to Italian wine and the direct import concept. If successful, this model would ultimately remove the import bottleneck and reduce the price of wines to consumers.

In 2020, Dalla Terra added spirits to its portfolio of Italian-exclusive offerings, with a focus on partnering with authentic and craft distillers making quintessentially Italian spirits.
Wine
Wine red
CA94558United States
DaVero Sonoma, Inc.https://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/davero-sonoma-inchttp://davero.com/A true multi-crop farm located in the heart of the Dry Creek Valley in Sonoma wine country, we believe that working in concert with Nature yields the best results.

Recognizing that we live in one of the seven Mediterranean climates in the world, we have focused on Italian grape and olive varietals — and the results speak for themselves.

Come taste and enjoy our wines, olive oils, jams, produce, and more from our certified Biodynamic� farm. We’re open daily from 11-5. Or visit us online at www.davero.com!
Fruit
Apples
Blackberries
Cherries
Figs
Grapes for wine
Lemons
Melons
Olives
Oranges
Peaches
Pears
Plums
Pomegranates
Quinces
Raspberries
Satsumas
Vegetables
Herbs and spices
Lavender
Rose
Sage
Saturday:11 AM–5 PM
Sunday:11 AM–5 PM
Monday:11 AM–5 PM
Tuesday:11 AM–5 PM
Wednesday:Closed
Thursday:Closed
Friday:11 AM–5 PM
CA95448United States
DeLoach Vineyardshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/deloach-vineyardshttp://www.deloachvineyards.com/A pioneering producer and winegrower of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Zinfandel in Sonoma�s Russian River Valley, DeLoach Vineyards has been experimenting with and perfecting the best combinations of soil, rootstock and clones for over three decades. Recipient of numerous awards, among them, a 12-time Wine & Spirits Magazine “WInery of the Year”.Fruit
Grapes for wine
Saturday:10 AM–4:30 PM
Sunday:10 AM–4:30 PM
Monday:10 AM–4:30 PM
Tuesday:Closed
Wednesday:Closed
Thursday:10 AM–4:30 PM
Friday:10 AM–4:30 PM
CA95401United States
Duemanihttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/duemanihttp://www.duemani.eu/Our life-long passion for wine has taken us on a journey and led us to a very special destination. The site of Duemani is in essence the discovery of a new and promising winegrowing region which offers us the elements we have searched for to make significant and exciting wines. The structure of the soil is remarkable for its predominance of clay and stone � the resulting low soil fertility leading to greater character and complexity in our vine�s fruit. After an examination of the property and its unique position in the contour of a west-facing amphitheatre there emerged the sites of our three distinct vineyards. The vineyard at the highest altitude and with the richest soil is the site of our Cabernet Franc vines. Another lower vineyard continues with the same varietal and then evolves into rows of Merlot vines. The third and smallest vineyard, notably stony and arid, is the �heart� of the estate and is planted to 7000 vines of alberello-trained Syrah.In June of 2005 we planted yet another hectare of vines that will bring the total figure to more than 7 hectares of high-density planted vineyards.

From the very beginning we have followed the principles of Biodynamic farming and since the 2004 harvest our estate�s production of grapes proudly carries the certification of organic and Demeter certified Biodynamic.
Wine
Wine red
56046.0United States
Eco Terreno Vineyardshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/Eco-Terreno-Vineyardshttp://www.ecoterreno.com/Eco Terreno Wines was launched in 2012 to illustrate the quality of Eco Terreno Vineyards in Alexander Valley, Sonoma County. Eco Terreno Wines continues Mark Lyon�s, Owner and Winemaker, enthusiasm for making ultra-premium wines, while highlighting the vineyards� biodynamic farming methods.

In 1980, Mark bought the 122-acre vineyard founded in the 1970�s in the northern end of Alexander Valley near the town of Cloverdale with his father, Rusty Lyon. Under his management, 92 acres of the vineyard have been planted with Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, Malbec, Sauvignon Blanc, Sauvignon Musqu�, Sauvignon Gris, S�millon, and Chardonnay. Eco Terreno Vineyards has clients such as Sebastiani Vineyards, Ch�teau St. Jean, Ferrari-Carano, Fetzer�s Bonterra, and Benzinger, some who make single-vineyard designated releases showcasing the quality of the vineyards. Today the Lyon and Cisne Vineyards at Eco Terreno are under the guidance of Daphne Amory, an expert in biodynamic viticulture. Eco Terreno Vineyards were certified as biodynamic by Demeter USA and as organic by Stellar in May 2017. Today, Eco Terreno is the largest, biodynamically farmed, contiguous vineyard in Alexander Valley.

In Spanish, �Eco� is short for �ecologia� and �Terreno� translates as �terrain� or �land.� Eco Terreno is focused on promoting a healthy eco-system in the vineyard to grow quality grapes, and crafting them into wines that reflect the unique character of the vineyards. Our wines are made from 100% estate-grown grapes. Our logo with the bee/vine motif and our bee garden at the vineyard highlight our efforts in establishing a haven for bees, beautifying the vineyard, and protecting the environment.

Previously, Mark Lyon was the winemaker for Sebastiani Vineyards for 37 years. During his tenure at Sebastiani, Mark crafted the most 90+ point scored wines of any winemaker in Sonoma County. Many of those highly acclaimed wines used grapes from Eco Terreno Vineyards. Today he brings that expertise to Eco Terreno Wines; from the estate vineyard, Mark crafts a Cabernet Sauvignon, an Old Vine Cabernet Sauvignon (from 40+ year old vines), the Three Vine Red, (a blend of Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and Petit Verdot), a Barrel Aged Chardonnay, and the �Cuv�e Acero� Sauvignon Blanc.
Occasional Tours and Workshops
Wine Tasting & Wine Club
Sunday:Closed
Monday:9 AM–5 PM
Tuesday:9 AM–5 PM
Wednesday:9 AM–5 PM
Thursday:9 AM–5 PM
Friday:9 AM–5 PM
Saturday:Closed
CA95476United States
Eisele Vineyard Estatehttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/Eisele-Vineyard-Estatehttp://eiselevineyard.com/Since 1971, some of California’s most age worthy and intensely flavored Cabernet Sauvignons have been made from grapes grown at the Eisele Vineyard, located on an alluvial fan near the northern end of the Napa Valley, just east of Calistoga. Protected by the Palisades Mountains to the north and cooled by westerly breezes, this 38-acre vineyard is planted on well-drained cobbly soils that produce a low yielding crop of exceptionally concentrated fruit. Since 1998 we have been committed to farming organically and since 2000 we have employed Biodynamic principles. For vineyard preparations we grow valerian, horsetail, chamomile, stinging nettles, yarrow and willow, and on our surrounding 120 oak woodland acres we raise Scottish Highland cattle and keep bees.Fruit
Grapes for wine
Sunday:Closed
Monday:10 AM–3:30 PM
Tuesday:10 AM–3:30 PM
Wednesday:10 AM–3:30 PM
Thursday:10 AM–3:30 PM
Friday:10 AM–3:30 PM
Saturday:11 AM–2 PM
CA94515United States
Elkfield Wineshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/elkfied-wineshttps://elkfieldwines.com/Fruit
Grapes for wine
CA95482United States
Eminence Organic Skin Carehttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/eminence-organic-skin-carehttp://www.eminenceorganics.com/Eminence Organic Skin Care provides natural, organic and Biodynamic® skin care to leading spas in over 60 countries. Eminence Organics blends herbal craftsmanship, Hungarian skin rejuvenation techniques and hand-picked ingredients to provide the most effective, innovative, professional skin care in the natural and organic skin care industry.

Since inception in 1958, Eminence Organics has proudly committed to sustainable farming and green practices to craft award-winning organic products both good for the earth and the skin. The company is proud to be a Certified B Corporation®, held to rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability and transparency for employees, customers and the community. It employs eco-friendly business practices including wind and solar powered office spaces, production and warehouse facilities, and recyclable packaging printed with eco-friendly inks. Through the Forests for the Future™ initiative, Eminence Organics plants a tree for every retail product sold, planting over 22 million trees to date.
Body moisturiser
Facial cleansers
Facial moisturiser
Other body care products
Other cosmetic products
Monday:8:15 AM – 4:30 PM
Tuesday:8:15 AM – 4:30 PM
Wednesday:8:15 AM – 4:30 PM
Thursday:8:15 AM – 4:30 PM
Friday:8:15 AM – 4:30 PM
Saturday:8:15 AM – 4:30 PM
Sunday:8:15 AM – 4:30 PM
BCV5Z1E9Canada
Erbavivahttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/erbavivahttp://www.erbaviva.com/With a passion for pure ingredients and their own children as inspiration, Robin Brown and Anna Cirronis created Erbaviva, a beautiful line of authentically organic skincare products for baby, mothers-to-be and everyone else. The exclusive, handmade collection is Certified USDA Organic and Demeter Biodynamic.

Erbaviva remains ever true to its originating philosophy of authenticity and enduring commitment to people and the environment with its products, manufacturing and global community service. Erbaviva is a proud financial supporter of The Blink Now Foundation and its invaluable work to sustain and care for the lives of impoverished children in Nepal. Since the founding of the company, Erbaviva has also been an integral part of an artisan project fund that provides direct financial benefit to the Pwo Karen hill tribe of Northern Thailand and Burma. All of Erbaviva�s products are compassionately made by hand at the company�s own renewable energy powered facility in Southern California. A Certified B Corporation, Erbaviva consistently implements and supports sustainable and environmentally responsible principles with every practice and partnership as possible.
Cosmetic and personal care products
Other body care products
Monday:8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday:8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday:8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday:8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday:8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday:CLOSED
Sunday:CLOSED
CA91311United States
Estelbrook Farms and Vineyardhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/estelbrook-farms-and-vineyardhttps://www.estelbrook.com/Fruit
Apples
Grapes for wine
Pears
Plums
WA98672United States
Fattoria La Viallahttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/fattoria-la-vialla-di-giannihttp://www.lavialla.it/Fattoria La Vialla is a world of its own, a little-big reality, a Tuscan farm and wine estate with its own organic dynamics. It is a world in which a bee is worth as much as a vineyard, as a sheep, as a person.

Founded in 1978 by Piero and Giuliana Lo Franco in the Chianti hills, today the farm is run by their three sons, who are proud of their independent reality, of a company that �makes up its own mind�. Craftsmanship and tradition go hand in hand with the latest technology, sustainability alongside innovation (often arising from the intent to recycle and not waste resources), agriculture in harmony with science. Fattoria La Vialla is an organic biodynamic entity which follows the lunar calendar and makes its own compost, while at the same time producing electricity with photovoltaic panels and recycling water. The farm is certified as 100% Carbon Neutral and carries out research in collaboration with Universities in Siena, Florence, Pisa and Milan with the aim of enhancing sustainability and preserving cultural heritage, including the land, for future generations.

The essence of all this can be tasted� in La Vialla�s wines, sauces, pasta, extra-virgin olive oil, pecorino cheese and honey.

And if you want to get a taste of it? You have to come to Tuscany� or order directly from Fattoria La Vialla, because � obviously � there are no intermediaries.
Freedom is priceless.
Cheese
Oils and fats
Olive oil
Pasta
Preserves and tomato products
Other tomato products
Tomato puree natural
Spreads
Fruit spreads
Wine
Wine red
Wine rose
Monday:10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Tuesday:10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Wednesday:10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Thursday:10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Fridayv10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Saturday:CLOSED
Sunday:CLOSED
52100Italy
Filigreen Farmhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/filigreen-farmhttps://www.filigreenfarm.com/Biodynamics is a holistic, ecological and ethical approach to agriculture that seeks to manage the farm as a living, breathing, self-sustaining organism. The practices integrate scientific understanding with a recognition of spirit in nature. Fruit
Apples
Blueberries
Figs
Grapes for wine
Grapes table
Melons
Olives
Peaches
Pears
Plums
Vegetables
Beetroot
Carrots
Cucumbers
Kale
Leeks
Lettuce
Pepper capsicum
Tomatoes
Turnips
Herbs and spices
Basil
Parsley
Other crops
Flowers
Friday 2-5pm
Saturday and Sunday 11am-3pm
CA95415United States
Finca Dinamia | El Moro S.R.L.https://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/el-moro-s-r-lhttp://www.fincadinamia.com/Finca Dinamia is a company that produces high-end Organic & Biodynamic fine wines, aimed at the most demanding palates in the International Market. Its main objective is to help improve our Planet Earth and the health of the ecosystem where it grows its vines.WineMonday:9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Tuesday:9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Wednesday:9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Thursday:9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Friday:9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Saturday:CLOSED
Sunday:CLOSED
Argentina
Food Match Inchttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/food-match-inchttp://www.foodmatch.com/Through the hands of our growers, we create great tasting, responsibly produced, authentic foods that nurture community and enhance your quality of life.

An importer and producer of Mediterranean specialty foods, Divina is the category leader for regionally authentic olives, antipasti, spreads, oil and more.
Sunday:Closed
Monday:9 AM–5:30 PM
Tuesday:9 AM–5:30 PM
Wednesday:9 AM–5:30 PM
Thursday:9 AM–5:30 PM
Friday:9 AM–5:30 PM
Saturday:Closed
NY10018United States
Foxhollow Farmhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/foxhollow-farmhttp://foxhollow.com/Foxhollow Farm is committed to raising high quality grassfed beef using sustainable, animal-friendly farming practices. Our beef is 100% grassfed and finished on our own lush pastures. Our grass is not treated with anything but sunshine and natural biodynamic preparations. Our animals are never treated with hormones or antibiotics.Fodder and grassland
Fodder crops
Rough grazing
Monday:8am-5pm
Tuesday:8am-5pm
Wednesday:8am-5pm
Thursday:8am-5pm
Friday:8am-5pm
KY40014United States
Fragrant Mountain Farmhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/fragrant-mountain-farmhttps://fragrantmountainfarm.com/Fragrant Mountain Farm was founded in 2018 by Brock Carpenter. Originally from Arkansas, Brock decided to start his small farm in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont because of its vibrant small farms community and beautiful landscapes.

Brock’s inspiration to grow specialty Chinese greens and make fermented vegetables began during the time he spent living and working in Nanjing, China. Before founding Fragrant Mountain Farm he worked for several local small farms in Vermont.
Vegetables
Beets
Cabbage
Carrots
Chinese Brassicas
Corn
Cucumbers
Garlic
Lettuce
Potatoes
Pumpkin
Radishes red
Scallions
Tomatoes
Herbs and spices
Basil
Dill
Herbs
Parsley
Daily 8-4pmVT05828United States
Frey Vineyards, Ltd.https://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/frey-vineyards-ltdhttp://www.freywine.com/We have always been family-owned and operated, and today a third generation helps with the production of fine organic and Biodynamic® wines in a tradition of sustainability started 30 years ago. Our vineyards and winery are nestled on the slopes of Redwood Valley in Mendocino County, California, at the headwaters of the Russian River. All of our wines are made with no added sulfites. Our innovative winemaking techniques allow the wine to reveal its delicate and true flavors. Today, we are pleased that many more wineries and grape growers have become certified organic and Biodynamic®, for the health of our common environment as well as our customers.Fruit
Grapes for wine
Olives
CA95470United States
Gaia’s Breath Farmhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/gaiss-breath-farmhttp://gaiasbreathfarm.com/Root and Storage Crops
Vegetables
Herbs and spices
Herbs
NY13361United States
Glass Revolution Imports USA, LLChttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/glass-revolution-imports-usa-llchttps://www.glassrev.com/Alcoholic Beverages
Irish Single Malt Whiskey
NV89123United States
Goodfoot Farmhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/goodfoot-farmhttp://www.goodfootfarm.com/Our small family farm is located on the banks of the Luckiamute River in the Hoskins area of Kings Valley, Oregon (20 miles northwest of Corvallis). Our mission is to provide unconventionally grown food for the people of our local community. To us, unconventionally grown means we take a systems approach in our efforts to balance our food production with our responsibility for our local forest, field and river life and with the health of our planet. We work hard to minimum our use of off-farm and petroleum dependent inputs and practice a method of agriculture that strives to emulate a natural system. Fundamental to the success of our production system is the integration of animals for fertility and weed management, our selection of crops and cultivars for pest and disease control and our practice of �farmscaping� which provides habitat for native pollinators and natural predators of pests. We are Demeter Certified Biodynamic� as well as certified organic by Stellar Certification Services.

We are currently expanding our operations to provide a diversity of vegetable and fruit crops. We have been selling our blueberries through First Alternative Cooperative Grocery in Corvallis since 2005 and in the fall of 2009 began offering fall storage crops � potatoes, onions, garlic and winter squash direct for sale to consumers. 2012 marked our first year of real diversification � we grew a number of different vegetable crops and enjoyed the first fruits of our young orchard � apples, pears, and plums. This foray into diversified market farming was rounded out by attending the Corvallis Farmers� Markets where we provided organically grown, Demeter certified Biodynamic� food to our customers. It was truly a pleasure to see new faces become familiar and to share the fruits of our labor. In 2014 you will again see us at the market and we will also be offering a number of ways to support the farm � as a market member, farmstand share, or box subscription.
Fruit
Apples
Blueberries
Cherries
Grapes
Melons
Peaches
Pears
Plums
Quinces
Strawberries
Vegetables
Beetroot
Broccoli
Brussels sprouts
Cabbage
Carrots
Cauliflower
Celery
Chicory leaf-witloof
Cucumbers
Dandelion
Endive
Florence fennel
Garlic
Garlic
Kale
Kohlrabi
Leeks
Lettuce
Onions
Parsnips
Peas green
Pepper capsicum
Potatoes
Pumpkin
Radishes red
Rhubarb
Shallots
Spinach
Spring onions
Tomatoes
Turnips
Herbs and spices
Basil
Borage
Chamomile
Chervil
Chives
Coriander
Cress
Dill
Lavender
Mustard
Parsley
Sage
Sorrel
Thyme
Legumes
Beans
Grains
Sweet corn
Fodder and grassland
Fodder crops
Grassland
Seeds and seedlings
Seedlings
Other crops
Flowers
OR97370United States
Grimm Estates, LLChttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/grimm-estates-llchttp://grimmsbluff.com/Our mission is simple. We want to produce wines of highest distinction, quality and elegance that our land and winemaker will give us. These are wines that we feel proud to sell to our customers, give to our friends, and truly enjoy drinking ourselves.

We will always respect the land in return by not using pesticides, biocides, chemical fertilizers or antibiotics in any stage of our farming or supply chain.

We believe that our Biodynamic and Organic farming methods help us to achieve this goal, while respecting the land and plants from which it came.

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Grimm�s Bluff itself is a dedication to quality, heritage, and place. Founded by Rick and Aurora Grimm in 2010, Grimm�s Bluff was built with the intention of making premium wine through the respect of time and process. Sitting 300 ft above the Santa Ynez riverbed, the Estate consists of 16.5 acres of Demeter certified, biodynamically farmed Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Petit Verdot. With the guidance of Paul Lato as head winemaker, the wines produced are a tribute to the old world with both their character and finesse.
Fruit
Grapes for wine
Olives
Fodder and grassland
Rough grazing
CA93460United States
Hamel Family Wineshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/Hamel-Family-Wineshttp://hamelfamilywines.com/Thank you for considering Hamel Family Wines during your upcoming Sonoma visit. Each Experience is privately led by a Wine Ambassador, includes a tour, and wine tasting, and can include food pairings. In addition, a �dry� tasting is offered for non-wine drinkers who are enjoying the Experience with others. All tours are appointment only, and are available Thursday through Monday.

Please call (707) 996-5800 or email info@hamelfamilywines.com to request a reservation.

We produce estate-grown Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Sauvignon Blends, Zinfandel, Grenache and Sauvignon Blanc.
Wine Tasting & Wine ClubMonday:10am to 5pm
Thursday:10am to 5pm
Friday:10am to 5pm
Saturday:10am to 5pm
Sunday:10am to 5pm
CA95476United States
Hawk & Horse Vineyardshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/hawk-horse-vineyardshttp://hawkandhorsevineyrds.com/We are a family owned and operated vineyard and ranch practicing Biodynamic viticulture on a historic property in the Red Hills AVA of Lake County, 5. We specialize in Cabernet Sauvignon. We offer ranch and vineyard tours by appointment.Fruit
Grapes for wine
CA95457United States
Hawthorne Valley Dairyhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/hawthorne-valley-dairyhttp://hawthornevalleyfarm.org/artisen-foods/creamery/The Hawthorne Valley Farm Creamery is part of the larger non-profit organization Hawthorne Valley Association, which is dedicated to education, agriculture and the arts and has a wide range of programming. The Creamery, based on our farm in Ghent, New York, produces a range of certified organic and Biodynamic products including cultured milk products and a selection of artisan and farmstead cheeses. Our 60-head herd of dairy cows forms the nucleus of Hawthorne Valley Farm which was one of the first dairies in the 236 to be certified organic and licensed to sell raw milk. Our Creamery came into full operation over thirty years ago and began offering yogurt, cheeses and raw milk.Cheese
Cheese cow
Milk products and milk replacers
Milk cow full fat
Sunday:7:30 AM–7 PM
Monday:7:30 AM–7 PM
Tuesday:7:30 AM–7 PM
Wednesday:7:30 AM–7 PM
Thursday:7:30 AM–7 PM
Friday:7:30 AM–7 PM
Saturday:7:30 AM–7 PM
NY12075United States
Hawthorne Valley Farmhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/hawthorne-valley-farmhttp://hawthornevalleyfarm.org/Since 1972, Hawthorne Valley has remained committed to social and cultural renewal through the integration of education, agriculture, and the arts. Situated on a 900-acre, working Biodynamic farm with a variety of diverse enterprises which provide Biodynamic vegetables, dairy, and organic baked goods regionally. In addition to our quality farm products, we offer educational programs for both children and adults, with an emphasis on creating lasting relationships that connect people, agriculture, and the earth.Vegetables
Asparagus
Beetroot
Broccoli
Brussels sprouts
Cabbage
Carrots
Cauliflower
Celery
Chicory root
Courgette
Cucumbers
Dandelion
Eggplant
Endive
Garlic
Horseradish
Kale
Kohlrabi
Leeks
Lettuce
Onions
Parsley root
Parsnips
Peas green
Pepper capsicum
Potatoes
Radicchio
Radishes red
Rhubarb
Spinach
Spring onions
Sweet potatoes
Tomatoes
Turnips
Herbs and spices
Basil
Borage
Chervil
Coriander
Dill
Hyssop
Lemon balm
Lovage
Mint
Oregano
Rosemary
Sage
Thyme
Legumes
Beans
Grains
Barley
Rye
Spelt
Sweet corn
Triticale
Wheat
Fodder and grassland
Fodder crops
Grassland
Oil crops
Sunflowers
Other crops
Flowers
Sunday:7:30 AM–7 PM
Monday:7:30 AM–7 PM
Tuesday:7:30 AM–7 PM
Wednesday:7:30 AM–7 PM
Thursday:7:30 AM–7 PM
Friday:7:30 AM–7 PM
Saturday:7:30 AM–7 PM
NY12075United States
Hedges Family Estatehttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/hedges-family-estatehttp://hedgesfamilyestate.com/With their 25th vintage now in barrel, Tom and Anne-Marie Hedges can look back at their pioneering efforts to help establish the modern Washington wine industry, and specifically their efforts in establishing the renowned Red Mountain American Viticultural Area. Beginning as negociants selling their first Hedges branded Columbia Valley wine to the Swedish government, the Hedges quickly realized the importance of site for producing great wines, and purchased a fifty-acre parcel on the dusty southwest slope of Red Mountain, a barely known growing region at the time. More than two decades later, their now 125 acres of Red Mountain vineyard land is the heart of the Hedges family�s wines. The eldest born of Tom and Anne-Marie, Christophe, is general manager and head of international sales. Their daughter, Sarah, is the head winemaker.

Farmers first, and winemakers second, the Hedges family believes there is nothing more important than expressing the characteristics of specific vineyards, of capturing Terroir. Anne-Marie grew up in Champagne, France, and is no doubt the messenger of these beliefs, bringing the philosophies of the old world to her new home in eastern Washington State. For more than a decade, the Hedges have chosen not to have their wines scored, as they believe this would hinder their pursuit of making wines of soul and truth.
Fruit
Grapes for wine
Monday:CLOSED
Tuesday:CLOSED
Wednesday:11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday:11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday:11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday:11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sunday:11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
WA99320United States
Heitz Highwayhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/heitz-highwayhttps://www.heitzcellar.com/Family owned since its founding in 1961, Heitz Cellar’s legacy runs as deep as the roots throughout the Napa Valley; a winery legend that has helped shape the history of Napa Valley winemaking. In the late 1950s, pioneering vintner Joe Heitz ushered in Napa’s modern era with his iconic, globally celebrated wines, including Napa Valley’s first vineyard-designated Cabernet Sauvignon, the renowned Heitz Cellar Martha’s Vineyard. Fifty-eight years of the Heitz family’s dedication to viticulture, stewardship, and classic winemaking maintained the winery’s notoriety as a benchmark amongst its peers in California and Europe.

In April 2018, Heitz Cellar entered an exciting new chapter as this rich legacy was passed into the hands of the Lawrence family, whose deep roots in agriculture and commitment to the same core values of fine winemaking made it a perfect match. The wines are made with an unwavering commitment to quality from organically farmed, 100% Napa Valley fruit, and a commitment to the sustainability of Napa Valley.
Fruit
Grapes for wine
Sunday:10 AM–4 PM
Monday:10 AM–4 PM
Tuesday:10 AM–4 PM
Wednesday:10 AM–4 PM
Thursday:10 AM–4 PM
Friday:10 AM–4 PM
Saturday:10 AM–4 PM
CA94574United States
Holistic Roastershttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/Holistic-Roastershttps://biodynamic.coffee/Holistic Roasters Inc. is a roaster and distributor of direct-trade, specialty coffees from family-run Biodynamic farms and cooperatives. All of Holistic Roasters� Biodynamic Coffee is grown without the use of herbicides, fungicides, pesticides or chemical fertilizers and is amongst the cleanest and healthiest coffees available and is packaged using 100% compostable materials. We believe that great coffee comes from healthy soil.Coffee and instant beveragesGA30062United States
Hoskins Berry Farmhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/hoskins-berry-farmhttp://www.hoskinsberryfarm.com/Hoskins Berry Farm is a diversified farm in the coastal range of western Oregon. The farm has been Demeter certified Biodynamic� and Oregon Tilth certified Organic since 1987.

Over the years we have produced various berry crops (raspberries, strawberries, blackberries). Currently the farm produces numerous blackberry varieties and the production is processed on-farm generating a unique, award winning True Blackberry Vinegar. Our fruit production also is marketed as both fresh and frozen wholesale to processors and retailers.

In addition to producing the berries, the farm has always produced a range of medicinal herb crops that rotate through the acreage, including the berry plantings. We have 2 commercial scale driers on-farm that dry herbs to order. Medicinal herbs are offered bulk wholesale both as fresh and dried.

The integration of the herb production with the production of fruit inspired the development of a unique Low Tillage Weed Control and Fertility System at Hoskins Berry Farm. Initiated by a Western SARE grant in the early 1990’s the farm developed a “mow and blow” system where bulk organic materials are grown between the crop rows and then cut and blown into the crop row. This system has become the foundation of generating fertility on the farm and also serves as a primary on-farm source of weed control and water conservation.

Hoskins Berry Farm also supports (and is supported by) a herd of bright eyed Scottish Highland cattle, the off spring from which now adorn Biodynamic farms throughout the United States.
Fruit
Blackberries
Herbs and spices
Calendula
Lavender
Medicinal herbs
Other crops
Hops
OR97370United States
J. Dirt Wineshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/j-dirt-wineshttps://jdirtwines.com/WineCA93436United States
Jack Rabbit Hill, LLChttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/jack-rabbit-hill-llchttp://www.jackrabbithill.com/Jack Rabbit Hill Farm is 70-acre diversified farm near Hotchkiss in western Colorado, and is the home of Jack Rabbit Hill estate wines, Peak Spirits Distillery-makers of CapRock, WineTapistry keg wines for restaurants, and Jack Rabbit Hops for craft brewers.Fruit
Grapes for wine
Other crops
Hops
CO81419United States
Jacob Hart Vineyardhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/jacob-hart-vineyardhttp://www.rexhill.com/Winery—Vineyards/Jacob-Hart-VineyardEvery vineyard has a story to tell. The French call it terroir, which refers to a sense of place, the sum of the geographical effects that influence the grape and in the end, the wine made from it. The Jacob-Hart Vineyard is no exception; it is an excellent storyteller if you know how to listen. Named in honor of REX HILL’s founders, Jan Jacobsen & Paul Hart, the Jacob-Hart Vineyard was purchased in 1987. An old turkey farm, the land found tangible results growing grapes. Located on a warm southeast facing slope of the Chehalem Ridge, fruit at this vineyard is harvested a week or two before other REX HILL Pinot Noir sites. This beautiful vineyard offers both volcanic and sedimentary soils; to have both soil types in one vineyard is extremely unusual in the Willamette Valley. In places, the earth is so rocky that the vines were planted using a pickaxe instead of a shovel and it cannot be farmed with a tractor. These prized blocks produce the exceptional fruit that comprises Jacob-Hart Vineyard selections while most of the remainder provides the basic structure for our Reserve wines.Fruit
Grapes for wine
OR97115United States
Johan Vineyardshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/johan-vineyardshttp://www.johanvineyards.com/We are diligent. Our wines are inspired. We believe Oregon is a special place to make wine and we believe in our vineyards. We admire Burgundy, but we are not French and neither are our wines. We are not certain why we do everything we do, we can only say with confidence that we love wine and feel compelled to be involved. The work of others in this field inspires us to continue our journey to produce Oregonian wines. In return we hope to inspire others with our work.

Rather than striving for a stylistic preference, we seek balance and energy in our wines. This energy is a mystery to us and we seek to understand and harness it. Our observations lead us to believe this energy exists in wines that are made from organic fruit sources combined with wild fermentations and minimal intervention. For this reason we farm our vineyards and craft our wines using organic and Biodynamic� methods.

We are educated in Enology, Viticulture, and International Business. Our training is used as a tool when needed. We work with determination, integrating our experience into the vineyard and winery to achieve harmony. Our method of work is largely philosophically based. Our decisions are guided by both instinct and observation. We believe that diversity in the biological ecosystem of the vineyard and winery is essential to achieve a true expression of terroir in wine.

Terroir is our guiding principle. We believe in letting nature take its course, but also view the dynamic of a vineyard and winery as being something that requires human involvement to form a unified system. Our goal is to understand and sustain the unity of this system in order to create original and compelling wines with a distinct sense of place. Our place is Johan Vineyards.
Fruit
Grapes for wine
Fodder and grassland
Fodder crops
Rough grazing
Other crops
Other permanent crops
Feb 1 – Dec 23
Monday:11 – 5
Tuesday:11 – 5
Wednesday:11 – 5
Thursday:11 – 5
Friday:11 – 5
Saturday:11 – 5
Sunday:11 – 5
OR97371United States
Keeler Estate Vineyardhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/keeler-estate-vineyardhttp://www.keelerestatevineyard.com/More than just a pristine vineyard creating sublime wines � it is an experience for the soul� Cole Danehower

An organic, biodynamic vineyard located in Oregon�s Willamette Valley.

Here, in the heart of Oregon�s famed Willamette Valley, is the realization of Gabriele and Craig Keeler�s commitment to the beauty and potential of their unique place on the southwest slope of the Eola-Amity Hills AVA. Ideally situated with sweeping valley views, the vines of Keeler Estate Vineyard receive maximum sun exposure for powerful fruit ripening during the day, and the acidity-retaining blessings of cool evening breezes channeled from the coast through the nearby Van Duzer Corridor. With care and devotion, as embodied in their certified organic and biodynamic farming, the Keelers have created an emotionally moving, and yet warmly relaxing experience for visitors. Land, vine, wine and intention all come together at Keeler Estate Vineyard.

It�s a truly magical place consisting of a thriving biodynamic vineyard, gardens, forest, lakes, streams, acres of landscaping and plenty room for entertaining. You�ll not want to miss an opportunity to visit.
Fruit
Grapes for wine
Monday:by appointment
Tuesday:by appointment
Wednesday:by appointment
Thursday:11am to 5pm
Friday:11am to 5pm
Saturday:11am to 5pm
Sunday:11am to 5pm
Open Thursday-Sunday, 11am – 5pm, otherwise by appointment. No reservations needed for groups under 8.
OR97101United States
Kimberton CSAhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/kimberton-csahttps://www.kimbertoncsa.org/Kimberton CSA is a ten acre Biodynamic, organic mixed vegetable farm. The first CSA in Pennsylvania, this farm was started in 1987 by the Kimberton Waldorf School and interested members of the community looking for ways of doing business that would best support the local community, local agriculture and provide for the needs of everyone involved, including those of our environment.Vegetables
Beetroot
Broccoli
Cabbage
Carrots
Cauliflower
Celery
Courgette
Cucumbers
Eggplant
Florence fennel
Garlic
Kale
Leeks
Lettuce
Okra
Onions
Peas green
Pepper capsicum
Pumpkin
Radishes red
Tomatoes
Turnips
Herbs and spices
Basil
Chives
Herbs
Mustard
Parsley
Legumes
Beans
Seeds and seedlings
Vegetable seeds
Other crops
Flowers
Sunday:Closed
Monday:Closed
Tuesday:4–7 PM
Wednesday:Closed
Thursday:Closed
Friday:Closed
Saturday:Closed
PA19460United States
Kimberton Hills Dairy Farmhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/Kimberton-Hills-Dairy-Farmhttp://www.camphillkimberton.org/Camphill Village Kimberton Hills Dairy farm is nestled into a land-based intentional community that includes adults with developmental disabilities. The farming community is part of the international Camphill Movement, founded in 1972. Our mission is to create an environment of self-transformation for the individual to nourish the ability to be in the world in a fuller way and to contribute to healthy social and ecological endeavors.

Our crew consists of ten farmers including villagers(adults with special needs), service volunteers, and co-workers(long-term committed individuals). Together, we form a close-knit team to meet the needs of the farm and animals.

We have a milking herd of 45 cows, the majority of which are Brown Swiss and Friesian. We also have 40 to 50 young dairy calves, heifers, and bulls. We are committed to rotational grazing as a management tool for the health and sustainability of the animals and the land. Our animals are fed solely on diverse pastures from April to November. In winter, they are housed in loafing sheds and fed grass-based silage.

We sell our milk to Kimberton Whole Food Stores within Chester County, PA, as well as, Seven Stars Farm, a yogurt company, and Weckerly’s Ice Cream business that is based in Philadelphia, PA.
Raw DairyPA19442United States
King Estate Wineryhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/King-Estate-Wineryhttps://www.kingestate.com/When King Estate Winery was established in 1991, it staked its future on three pillars: Family. Tradition. Stewardship.
Those pillars have proved a solid and true foundation for the winery that today produces some of Oregon�s most recognizable and best-loved wines.
Co-founders Ed King III and his father, the late Ed King, Jr., had a vision for a 600-acre parcel of land they discovered in the southern Willamette Valley that was used to grow hay and pasture cattle. Over the years that parcel has evolved into one of Oregon�s most recognizable and iconic vineyards with 1,033 acres of certified Biodynamic� land. Three generations of the King family are involved in the family business, continuing the old-world traditions of sustainable agriculture and artisan winemaking.
Meticulous fruit selection, impeccable practices and thoughtful blending are hallmarks of winemaking at King Estate. Part of Oregon�s renowned Willamette Valley region, King Estate is best known for its superb Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir. The pure taste of Oregon may be found in every bottle.
Ranch and Vineyard Tours/Wine Tasting
Restaurant
Wine Tasting & Wine Club
Jan 1 – Mar 31
Monday:11 am – 5 pm
Tuesday:11 am – 5 pm
Wednesday:11 am – 8 pm
Thursday:11 am – 8 pm
Friday:11 am – 9 pm
Saturday:11 am – 9 pm
Sunday:11 am – 8 pm
Winter hours

Apr 1 – Dec 31
Monday:11 am – 8 pm
Tuesday:11 am – 8 pm
Wednesday:11 am – 8 pm
Thursday:11 am – 8 pm
Friday:11 am – 9 pm
Saturday:11 am – 9 pm
Sunday:11 am – 8 pm
Summer/Fall Hours
OR97405United States
Lady of the Sunshine Wineshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/lady-of-the-sunshine-wineshttps://www.ladyofthesunshinewines.com/WineCA93401United States
Lakewood Organic Juiceshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/lakewood-organic-juiceshttp://www.lakewoodorganic.com/Lakewood is an Independent Family Juice Company bottling a diverse line of pure organic and premium fruit juice products. Since 1935, our 4th Generation business continues to thrive as we fulfill our mission to deliver top quality fruit products under the guidelines of integrity and with respect for our environment.

Our juices are a delicious natural source of anti-oxidants, phytochemical nutrients, dietary fiber, vitamins and minerals. Lakewood takes pride in producing a line of fresh-pressed 100% pure organic and premium juices, with no additives or artificial ingredients of any kind.
Juices
Fruit juice mixed
Fruit juice pure
Fruit nectar pure
FL33127United States
Liberation Food Company, LLChttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/liberation-food-companyhttps://www.liberationfoodco.com/Coffee and instant beverages
Roasted coffee whole
RI02905United States
Light of Day Organicshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/light-of-day-organicshttp://lightofdayorganics.com/Light of Day Organics is a Northern Michigan company, located in gorgeous Leelanau County, just 8 miles West of historic downtown Traverse City. We are 8 miles from Lake Michigan, and are on the direct route (M-72 West) to the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. Our address is: 3502 E. Traverse Hwy. Traverse City, Michigan. Please visit our �Hours of Operation� page for retail store and farm visiting hours.

Our story

Light of Day Organics was founded by a Traverse City Mom named Angela Macke in 2003. Her background in Holistic health, (as both a Registered Nurse, Educator, and Horticulturalist), plus her own positive experience utilizing gentle, natural rhythms to successfully manage an auto-immune disease, plays an integral role in the thoughtful creation of each original product. Around here, we believe that a holistic approach is the most effective way to restore optimal health and a sense of well being. Helping our customers to create healthy lifestyle habits that support the prevention of illness, increase overall vitality, passion for life, and supporting the path to full actualization of our full potential as human beings is our daily practice and intentional goal of our work.

Our Farm and production

Our products are Certified Organic and the Lion�s share (57%) are grown right here on our certified Demeter Biodynamic farm in Traverse City under the guidelines of the National Organic Program, and Demeter U.S. The exceptionally high quality botanicals are hand-harvested, dried in our licensed commercial farm kitchen, then finish blended in small batches by hand to promote consistency, to maximize freshness and with the intention of offering them to you in their most pristine state. We hope that you enjoy the maximal nutritive benefits as Mother Nature intended.

Certifications and Process

We believe in honest tea and honest advertising here. This means supporting local and foreign farmers through certified (third-party verified, which includes annual audits) Fair Trade certified practices (Transfair USA) , growing and buying only 100% certified Organic (Stellar certification services and Demeter Biodynamic) agricultural commodities. Our teas and tisanes are Gluten-free.

Conscientious Packaging

We believe in presenting these products in their most natural, loose form. They have been packaged in lovely, domestically-manufactured, polished silver tins to protect them from the elements. We used a local designer, and local printer for soy-based ink labels and other packaging needs using Earth-friendly sustainable materials. We hand blend to completion in small batches, then package and label our teas right here in our farm kitchen.

Quality of Product / Quality of Life

We wanted to make sure that taste wasn�t the only thing to feel good about. Ensuring the highest quality of tea for you and life for those who bring it to us is part of our mission. We honor all of those involved in bringing this extremely labor-intensive crop from the fields to our cup by paying everyone a proper living wage and encouraging the spiritual sacredness of the family unit and community with time off from work to recharge and to play in this beautiful area that we are blessed to call �home�.

It is Light of Day�s sincere intention that you may enjoy balance and reach your full potential as a human being! We want for everyone to enjoy superb health, inner peace, joyfulness, and be on a well-lit path that will benefit the greater good with all that you do. We hope that you will discover, (and hopefully learn to cherish), the ancient and life-giving ritual of having a �spot of tea.�

For all of us here at Light of Day, tea is so more than an iced beverage to soothe your thirst in the Summertime, or to comfort your sore throat in the Wintertime. We have come to appreciate that the commitment to daily self care by taking time out to enjoy tea is a representative of the commitment and conscious choice to live simply, and to live each day with a wonder and deep reverence for every created thing.

We really appreciate you taking the time to learn about us, and hope that you’ll visit our Press Page to watch a PBS special where we were featured, ad well as read other good press.

Thank you.
Fruit
Apples
Apricots
Blueberries
Cherries
Cranberries
Elderberries
Figs
Grapes
Lingon berries
Olives
Peaches
Pears
Plums
Quinces
Raspberries
Strawberries
Vegetables
Dandelion
Herbs and spices
Basil
Bee balm
Borage
Calendula
Chamomile
Chives
Coriander
Cornflower
Dill
Fennel spice
Fenugreek
Ginseng
Herbs
Hibiscus
Hyssop
Lavender
Lemon balm
Lemongrass
Mallow
Mint
Nettle
Oregano
Parsley
Rosemary
Sage
St. John’s wort
Stevia
Valerian
Verbena
Legumes
Clover
Lucerne
Grains
Buckwheat
Flax
Millet
Oats
Fodder and grassland
Fodder crops
Grassland
Oil crops
Poppy
Safflower
Sunflowers
Other crops
Flowers
Mushrooms: Truffles
Other annual crops
Other permanent crops
Tea
May 1 – Oct 31MI49684United States
Lone Willow Ranchhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/lone-willow-ranchhttp://www.organicheirlooms.com/Lone Willow Ranch sets 4 miles North of Firebaugh along the San Joaquin River in California. Lone Willow Ranch is owned and operated by John M. Teixeira. The ranch has been CCOF certified for the past twenty years.

Firebaugh is a small rural farm town next to the San Joaquin River. The river starts in the Sierra Nevada mountains and runs north through California. The town of Firebaugh gets it name from a Ferry Boat operator Andrew D. Firebaugh. He operated the ferry to move livestock and grains across the river. Lone Willow Ranch gets it name from the Lone Willow Slough that runs next to the San Joaquin River. The San Joaquin River is home for a large assortment of wildlife. On any given day one can see Raccoons, Squirrels, Snakes, Turtles, Foxes, and Coyotes and is a bird watcher heaven with 100’s of birds. Fishing has always been a favorite past time for those that visit the river and recently the salmon are in the river again. All the wildlife at the river contributes to the Eco-System on the farm. The Hawks and Owls help keep the gofer population in check. For healthy pest management we planted a native hedgerow. The hedgerow is home for many beneficial insect and wildlife. We believe in working with nature and nature will work with you.

When Lone Willow Ranch was established late 1980’s the first organic crop was cotton. The organic cotton started a passion in organics; we then planted fruit trees, row crops for vegetables, herbs, heirloom tomatoes, vegetable transplants, and now raising pastured livestock. We have select heritage breeds of turkeys, pigs, chicken and goats. We now have over 80 acres in production for the pasture livestock. We grow our food for our self as well for our animals. We grow all organic alfalfa, dry deans, wheat and sunflower to supplement the feed for our livestock.

To ensure we are growing the best feed we begin, with rotating our crops, planting cover crops, and working the soil with compost and rock dust. We use the Control Microbial Composting method. (CMC). with this method, we increase the diversity of the bacterial fungi and yeast. Feeding the micros organisms is key to fertility. The micros interact with the soil and plant biology to cycle and retain the nutrients, which improve soil structure and suppress diseases.

Our ranch is devoted to growing and raising healthy organic crops, livestock and seeds, for our families, community and region. Our carefully crafted organic systems are designed to assure the sustainability of our soil, water, and environment to last for future generations.
Grains
Wheat
Always openCA93622United States
Maboroshi Vineyardhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/maboroshi-vineyardhttp://www.maboroshiwine.com/Fruit
Grapes for wine
CA95472United States
Maha Estatehttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/maha-estatehttps://www.villacreek.com/The idea of making wine seemed like an unreachable dream when we moved to Paso Robles in 1996. We were brimming with passion about wine and the industry, and arrived with a cellar of inspirational wines from around the globe. We began with our Villa Creek label in 2001, and came to better understand the environment, the process and how the two communicate. Now, with greater knowledge, a clear vision and a deep respect for nature and its influence on making the finest wine, MAHA Estate has gracefully fallen into place.Fruit
Grapes for wine
Sunday:10 AM–4 PM
Monday:11 AM–3 PM
Tuesday:11 AM–3 PM
Wednesday:11 AM–3 PM
Thursday:10 AM–4 PM
Friday:10 AM–4 PM
Saturday:10 AM–4 PM
CA93446United States
Malibu Compost, LLChttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/malibu-compost-llchttp://www.malibucompost.com/Malibu Compost produces Biodynamic� compost on our farm in central California and offers compost, compost tea, and potting soil products online and through select retail partners.

Malibu Compost is more than just another company. It�s our family, friends, and rescue animals. It�s our farmers who strive to nurture their animals and land amidst an environment of increasingly massive factory farms. Most importantly, it�s the passion we share with our customer in helping to protect our environment through the use of Biodynamic principles. Sustaining people, sustaining planet, sustaining commerce. Malibu Compost strives to be ecologically and socially responsible in everything we do because healing our world means fixing every part of it.

Not all composts are the same. Malibu Compost products are hand-crafted, using only fully finished compost that is made according to traditional Biodynamic practices. By partnering with regional family farms, we provide a new source of revenue, thereby sustaining their livelihood and standard of animal care while providing us with organic manures of the highest quality and integrity. Our products are proudly Demeter-certified Biodynamic�, the highest agricultural standard in the world.
Trade – dried productsCA90265United States
Maple Valley Woodshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/maple-valley-woodshttps://www.maplevalleysyrup.coop/Maple Valley was originally co-founded almost 30 years ago by Cecil Wright and two good friends. A life-long maple farmer to this day, Cecil also worked at Organic Valley/CROPP Cooperative for 18 years, offering him the experience that fueled the determination to shift Maple Valley’s business structure to a cooperative in 2007. Today it is a thriving cooperative with a conscience owned by farmers, employees, customers, vendors, and investors with a common vision for a healthy world where nature is protected, people cooperate for the good of all and communities are strong.

The Maple Valley mission is “to produce and market the finest organic maple products with fair and sustainable methods while respecting our farmers, customers, vendors, employees, the land and our communities.” Just as it takes quality coffee producers and roasters to create excellent coffee, it also takes dedicated organic maple farmers and artisan bottlers to blend the nutritious maple syrup for the richest color and robust taste profiles.
Sweeteners
Maple syrup
Monday:9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Tuesday:9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Wednesday:9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Thursday:9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Friday:9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Saturday:CLOSED
Sunday:CLOSED
WI58619United States
Marian Farmshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/marian-farmshttp://www.marianfarmsbiodynamic.com/Marian Farms is a Biodynamic� farm and distillery in Fresno, California. We believe in three things: growing great food, crafting fine spirits, and taking care of the earth. Really, we don�t think that the first two are possible without the latter.

Many of our Biodynamic� practices are a return to age-old farming methods. We make our own compost and preparations (homeopathic plant materials that stimulate plant growth and health), and we grow a diverse range of fruit and vegetables that thrive in the 12-month-a-year growing season of the Central Valley. Our commitment to Biodynamic� farming involves a spiritual component and some serious elbow grease. We also use Biodynamic� inspired Festival sprays to honor the earth that supports us.

We make our Biodynamic� and organic spirits in small batches using traditional copper-pot distillation. Our spirits are available for purchase on our website, along with raisins, almonds, and citrus (when in season).
Fruit
Grapes
Lemons
Melons
Oranges
Pomegranates
Vegetables
Asparagus
Beetroot
Broccoli
Carrots
Cauliflower
Chinese cabbage
Cucumbers
Dandelion
Eggplant
Garlic
Kale
Kohlrabi
Leeks
Lettuce
Onions
Pepper capsicum
Pumpkin
Radicchio
Radishes red
Spinach
Sweet potatoes
Tomatoes
Turnips
Herbs and spices
Basil
Chamomile
Dill
Herbs
Hyssop
Medicinal herbs
Mustard
Oregano
Sage
Thyme
Valerian
Nuts
Almonds
Almonds
Legumes
Beans
Beans faba
Grains
Sweet corn
Oil crops
Sunflowers
Other crops
Other annual crops
Other permanent crops
Monday:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sunday:9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
CA93723United States
Martian Ranch & Vineyardhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/martian-ranch-vineyardhttp://www.martianvineyard.com/Martian Ranch is the creation of Massachusetts native Nan Helgeland, who found her inspiration in the world-class vineyards and wines of Santa Barbara County. After years searching for the perfect property, she purchased this 102-acre parcel on Alisos Canyon Road in 2006, and named it Martian Ranch � the combined nickname of her two adult sons: Martin and Ian.
Today, Martian Ranch & Vineyard is a Demeter Certified, biodynamically farmed Estate winery, with 20 acres of vines planted to 10 different grape varieties, each perfectly suited to the climate of the ranch. The vineyards were planted in 2008 under the guidance of biodynamic consultant Philippe Armenier, with the first Estate vintage in 2011. Martian Ranch is known for carefully farmed, vibrant and lower-alcohol wines, with Eric Bolton now at the helm as winemaker. Estate varieties are Albari�o, Grenache Blanc, Viognier, Clairette, Gamay Noir, Mourv�dre, Grenache Noir, Syrah, Cabernet Franc, and Tempranillo – about 2 acres planted of each.
Biodynamic principles, which take organic farming to the next level, strive to create a diversified and balanced ecosystem while focusing on the health and fertility of the soil. Lunar, solar, and cosmic rhythms are followed for all farming practices, which create an optimum environment for the vines. Each part of the growing process revolves around four elements: root, leaf, flower and fruit. Together, these elements create the highest expression of harvest. While these farming methods may be more labor intensive, the quality shows in each bottle, carefully crafted between the earth and the cosmos.
The tasting room opened in October 2014 and offers a wide selection of estate wines. Each wine is named after a celestial notion, from the Stellar Viognier to Local Group Grenache Noir and Mothership Grenache Blanc.
Featured in the New York Times, SF Chronicle and Jon Bonn�s book, �The New California Wine.� Experimental and eclectic, Martian Ranch & Vineyard is dedicated to the journey, �from sky to ground to grape to barrel to bottle and straight into your glass.�
Located on Alisos Canyon Road between US 101 and Foxen Canyon Road. Visit the tasting room Wednesday through Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Bocce courts, horse shoe pits and dog friendly picnic areas. UFOs welcome!
Fruit
Grapes for wine
Monday:CLOSED except for 3 day Holidays.
Tuesday:CLOSED
Wednesday:11am – 5pm
Thursday:11am – 5pm
Friday:11am – 5pm
Saturday:11am – 5pm
Sunday:11am – 5pm
CA93440United States
Massiva, LLChttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/massiva-llchttp://www.damyaolive.com/Oils and fats
Olive oil
CA95128United States
Maysara Wineryhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/maysara-wineryhttp://maysara.com/On April 1st, 1997, Moe and Flora Momtazi bought 496 (of the now 532) acres of abandoned wheat farm just south of their home in McMinnville, Oregon. Though wild and untouched, Moe’s vision for the Momtazi Estate was born looking out across the thriving hills of land that had been free of chemical input for seven years. Though using chemicals would have been faster and more economical while building infrastructure and reclaiming the land, not a single drop has or will be used throughout our estate. Instead, the ground was turned over multiple times during the summer of 1997, to eliminate unwanted plants and weeds while returning the soil to a usable state.

We began planting in March of 1998, with 13 acres of self-rooted pommard pinot noir vines. After months of researching the relationships between specific pinot noir clones, rootstocks and the different soil types found across the estate, over 120,000 plants were grafted in our greenhouses and planted in the vineyard by the end of the summer in 1999.

We believe that 90% of winemaking takes place in the vineyard. Because of this, we hold ourselves to a strict form of land use acting as stewards of the land in order to nurture and reap the fruits of our labor, naturally. Our holistic alternative to chemical use is growing a variety of medicinal and dynamic flowers and herbs that we make into compost teas. By steeping into teas, we’re able to harness the beneficial properties of each flower and herb and embody a “from nature to nature” philosophy. As such, our multiple compost piles and Biodynamic preparations are extremely important for our vineyards because the resulting humus is worked into our vineyard in order to achieve long-term soil and vine health.

Our unique niche in the foothills of Oregon’s Coast Range separates us from valley weather influences providing warmer days and cooler nights with less precipitation during the harvest season. The property has highly diversified soil types consisting primarily of Nekia and Yamhill series, laced with veins of Peavine and Jory. By training our vines to produce between 1.75-2.25 tons per acre, we believe we are getting the best fruit possible from our unique terroir.

We believe that healthy soil and healthy vines will produce superior grapes without the need for extra minerals, chemicals or man-made poisons. Our quality shows in the loyalty of our grape buyers year after year and the award winning wines they produce with our estate fruit. The consistent high quality wines made from Momtazi Vineyards’ grapes lead us to believe that our dedication to both our terroir and Biodynamic farming practices are well worth the effort.
Wine
Wine red
Wine rose
Jul 1 – Sep 1
Open by Appointment
Monday:11:00 – 5:00
Tuesday:11:00 – 5:00
Wednesday:11:00 – 5:00
Thursday:11:00 – 5:00
Friday:11:00 – 5:00
Saturday:11:00 – 5:00
Sunday:12:00 – 5:00
OR97128United States
Meadowlark Hearthhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/meadowlark-hearth-dba-richard-everett-farm-llchttp://www.meadowlarkhearth.org/We aim to pass our farm on to young people who dedicate themselves to farming collabortively to cultivate, harvest, clean and distribute Demeter certified Biodynamic (R) and organic seed that comes out of a farm organism including animals and Community Supported Agriculture. To this end our edeavors are educational. We are seeking to help this along through our Living Environment Foundation. Please enquire if you are interested to participate in these goals or are able to contribute financial aid for the young people to do this.Fruit
Melons
Raspberries
Strawberries
Watermelons
Vegetables
Beetroot
Broccoli
Cabbage
Carrots
Cauliflower
Celery
Cucumbers
Eggplant
Garlic
Kale
Kohlrabi
Leeks
Lettuce
Onions
Parsnips
Peas green
Pepper capsicum
Potatoes
Pumpkin
Radishes red
Rhubarb
Shallots
Spinach
Spring onions
Tomatoes
Turnips
Herbs and spices
Basil
Coriander
Dill
Fennel spice
Lemon balm
Parsley
Sage
Legumes
Beans
Peas
Grains
Triticale
Fodder and grassland
Fodder crops
Grassland
Seeds and seedlings
Flower seeds
Seed potatoes
Seeds
Vegetable seeds
Oil crops
Sunflowers
Other crops
Other annual crops
Other permanent crops
NE69361United States
Mendocino Wine Companyhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/mendocino-wine-companyhttps://mendocinowineco.com/Wine
Wine red
Tuesday through Saturday from 11 am to 6 pmCA95482United States
Mineral Springs Ranchhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/Mineral-Springs-Ranchhttp://sotervineyards.com/Fruit
Apples
Blueberries
Currants black
Currants red
Gooseberries
Grapes for wine
Grapes table
Kiwifruit green
Melons
Peaches
Pears
Plums
Raspberries
Strawberries
Vegetables
Artichokes
Asparagus
Beetroot
Broccoli
Brussels sprouts
Cabbage
Carrots
Cauliflower
Celery
Chicory root
Cucumbers
Eggplant
Garlic
Kale
Leeks
Lettuce
Onions
Parsnips
Peas green
Peppers
Potatoes
Pumpkin
Radishes red
Rhubarb
Squash
Sweet potatoes
Tomatoes
Turnips
Herbs and spices
Basil
Borage
Calendula
Chamomile
Chives
Coriander
Dill
Fennel spice
Hyssop
Lavender
Lemon balm
Marjoram
Mint
Oregano
Parsley
Rosemary
Sage
Savory
Thyme
Yarrow
Oil crops
Sunflowers
Other crops
Flowers
Monday:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday:11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday:11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday:11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sunday:11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
OR97111United States
Montinore Estatehttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/montinore-estatehttp://www.montinore.com/Established in 1982, Montinore Estate is the largest estate producer of wines made from Biodynamic� grapes in the country. With a 200-acre Demeter Certified Biodynamic� and Stellar Certified Organic vineyard located in north Willamette Valley in Oregon, we focus on producing superior Pinot Noirs, cool climate whites, and fascinating Italian varietals.

President and Chief Viticulturist, Rudy Marchesi, side-by-side with Head Winemaker, Stephen Webber, and General Manager and daughter, Kristin Marchesi, work closely to shepherd grapes through the evolution from fruit to wine.

By employing thoughtful Biodynamic� and organic growing practices and utmost care in winemaking, the quality of the vineyards is reflected in the grapes and then in the wine.

The majority of grapes used in our wines come from our home estate vineyard. Planted in 1982, Montinore Estate is a 200-acre Demeter Certified Biodynamic� and Stellar Certified Organic estate that lies at the northern end of the Willamette Valley appellation and along the east-facing slope of the Coastal Range foothills in Oregon. In addition to the certifications, we use dry farming and sustainable growing practices. This is an ideal site for the nine grape varieties we grow here: Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Gew�rztraminer, Riesling, M�ller-Thurgau, Teroldeg, Lagrein, Muscat and Sauvignon Blanc.

The approach to winemaking focuses on producing wines that are an expression of the Willamette Valley, while ensuring they are approachable, food friendly and structured for graceful aging. From harvest dates to fermentation temperatures, from cultivating indigenous yeasts to selecting the perfect barrels for aging, each decision is thoughtfully made with one end goal in mind: To craft wines that reflect the place where the grapes are grown, offering freshness, liveliness and complexity, while showcasing the best characteristics of each variety.
Fruit
Grapes for wine
Monday:11am-5pm
Tuesday:11am-5pm
Wednesday:11am-5pm
Thursday:11am-5pm
Friday:11am-5pm
Saturday:11am-5pm
Sunday:11am-5pm
OR97116United States
Mt. Hood Organic Farmhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/mt-hood-organic-farmhttp://www.mthoodorganicfarms.com/Specialty varieties of apples and pears grown at the foot of Mt Hood in Oregon’s Hood River Valley. Irrigated with glacial water and picked at the peak of ripeness, our 7 varieties of pears and 43 varieties of apples are known for their superior flavor. We pack and ship our own fruit, which is sold directly at our farm in the fall, at farmers markets, to CSA’s and to wholesalers who distribute our fruit across the country. We will soon be shipping packed gift boxes as well.

Although the farm dates to the turn of the century (the main farmhouse was built in 1904), John and Brady Jacobson began working the orchards in 1981. Inspired by European techniques and committed to sustainable land use, the Jacobsons undertook an extensi\ve orchard renovation and transition to organic farming that resulted in full organic certification in 1989 – the first farm in the valley to achieve this status. Numerous publications from The Oregonian to the Good Fruit Grower have written articles about the farm, and the BBC and PBS have also interviewed and filmed here.

As better reflects their view of the importance of the integration of the natural landscape and wildlife into their farming practices, and returning to the deeper origins of the organic movement, Brady and John have now become Biodynamic� growers. They also take pride in selling directly to loyal customers of the farm, as well as to regional markets, and donate a portion of their produce to School Aid�, a program in partnership with local markets and the Oregon Food Bank.

Mt. Hood Organic Farms is a unique, secluded, spectacular natural setting for hosting your one or two day weekend wedding retreat. Let your friends and families enjoy the most gorgeous mountain views (Mt Hood, Mt Adams & Mt Rainier) and gardens in the area and relax on our park-like grounds with orchards, fields, ponds, woods, and a lake. Lodging is available for up to six people in our Guest Cottage and Carriage House and maximum number of guests is 200.

The farm creates the feeling that for a day or two time has been stopped and rolled back to a different era. Unique and historic architecture in a magnificent setting coupled with fresh, organic, seasonal, farm-to-table dinners, prepared by our amazing chef make for a most memorable event. Dinners are served in our Apple House, a unique indoor/outdoor space with amazing views of Mt Hood, or on the lawn. Our staff is superb and the sense is one of family and connection.

Mt. Hood Organic Farms has been chosen twice as the Best Northwest Destination Wedding Site by Oregon Bride, and was designated this summer by MSN and The Knot as one of the most amazing wedding venues in the world. Our weddings have also been featured in numerous magazines and on blogs. You can also see more current information and photos from this season on Mt. Hood Organic Farms’ Facebook page.
Fruit
Apples
Pears
Oct 6 – Feb 28
Monday:10-5
Tuesday:10-5
Wednesday:10-5
Thursday:10-5
Friday:10-5
Saturday:10-5
Sunday:10-5
OR97041United States
MUMhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/mum-1http://www.mum.edu/VegetablesMonday:10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Tuesday:10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Wednesday:10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Thursday:10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Friday:10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Saturday:CLOSED
Sunday:CLOSED
IA52557United States
Narrow Gate Vineyardshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/narrow-gate-vineyardshttp://narrowgatevineyards.com/We are a small, intimate, boutique winery and vineyard tucked away in Ponderosa pines just outside the historic town of Placerville, California. Our focus is to grow and make excellent quality wine and provide uncompromising hospitality.

Our hands-on involvement in all aspects of our family business includes biodynamic farming, winemaking, creative food and wine pairing and vineyard events, and an inspiring wine tasting experience in our romantic cellar.
Fruit
Grapes for wine
Monday:closed
Tuesday:closed
Wednesday:closed
Thursday:closed
Friday:11 – 5
Saturday:11 – 5
Sunday:12 – 5
CA95667United States
Neal Family Vineyards 1 & 2https://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/neal-family-vineyardshttps://nealvineyards.com/Mark Neal has been walking and working organic vineyards almost daily for over 54 years. In 1966, he started as a farmer working alongside his parents on their Napa Valley farm. His love of the land, working with family, and producing small batches of wines was instilled early by his father.

This upbringing of growing organic grapes inspired him, in 1998, to build Neal Family Vineyards, which is wholly owned, farmed, and operated by his family, a rarity in the winemaking world. Today, working beside several of his children, he handcrafts exquisite and complex Cabernet Sauvignon from his estate’s biodynamic and certified organic vineyards in Howell Mountain and Rutherford.
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Grapes for wine
Sunday:Closed
Monday:9 AM–4 PM
Tuesday:9 AM–4 PM
Wednesday:9 AM–4 PM
Thursday:9 AM–4 PM
Friday:9 AM–4 PM
Saturday:9 AM–4 PM
CA94508United States
Nectar Hills Farmhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/nectar-hills-farmhttp://www.nectarhillsfarm.com/Fruit
Apples
Blackberries
Blueberries
Cherries
Currants black
Gooseberries
Grapes
Melons
Peaches
Pears
Raspberries
Vegetables
Beetroot
Brussels sprouts
Cabbage
Carrots
Courgette
Cucumbers
Eggplant
Kale
Leeks
Lettuce
Pepper capsicum
Radishes red
Spinach
Tomatoes
Herbs and spices
Arnica
Basil
Chives
Coriander
Dill
Fenugreek
Herbs
Hyssop
Mint
Nettle
Parsley
Rose
Thyme
NY12155United States
Nekoosa Family Farmshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/nekoosa-marshhttp://vimeo.com/25512160Green Belle Biodynamic organic cranberries are holistically cultivated and gently harvested on a spring-fed Wisconsin family farm to ensure superior quality and taste. These native American berries are packed with antioxidants; studies show cranberries may improve digestion, reduce infections and lessen certain cancer risks. A wonderful autumn treat-perfect for holiday sauces, relishes, compotes, muffins, breads and smoothies.

Freeze fresh cranberries in the bag for year round availability!
Fruit
Cranberries
WI54457United States
Nelson Family Vineyardshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/Nelson-Family-Vineyardshttp://www.nelsonfamilyvineyards.com/CA95482United States
Old King Farmhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/old-king-farmhttps://www.oldkingfarm.com/Consisting of 102 acres, our land has been a working farm spanning three centuries. Rich in Native American and pre-Revolutionary War history, Old King Farm’s agricultural heritage dates back to the heyday of Vermont’s Merino Sheep wool industry in the 1820’s. The land was first purchased as part of Ethan Allen’s colonial land grants after the French and Indian War.Grains
Hemp
Always openVT05743United States
Onda Wellnesshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/onda-wellnesshttps://ondawellness.com/Onda exists to heal the people, empower our farmers, and support the regeneration of the Earth. We believe in working with natural ecosystems when it comes to farming and bottling our oils; holding onto the vital life force from seed to sale to provide our community the cleanest possible plant medicine.

We are actively supporting certified Organic and Biodynamic® farms in an effort to create an alternative path away from conventional commodity farming and corporate industrial agriculture, towards holistic land management and regenerative agriculture. We are members of 1% for the Planet, and donate a portion of our sales to the Savory Institute and Kiss the Ground.

As a company in an ever-evolving industry, we feel it’s our responsibility to create and lead with a strong set of standards. It’s these intentions that allow us to be your trusted source for plant-based wellness.
Hemp Oil9am – 4pm MSTCO80303United States
One Gun Ranchhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/one-gun-ranchhttp://1gunranch.com/At One Gun Ranch, we farm according to biodynamic principles that produce healthy, mouthwatering food. We sow, plans and harvest according to the Moon, Sun, and planets. The farm itself is a living organism, and as such, all living things on the farm are reused and recalled back into the land.

Scrumptious food starts with the soil it’s grown in… our compost, which we refer to as Super(ior) Soil, is made on the land using biodynamic standards. Only the purest ingredients are used… dairy cows, revered in India, have unparalleled digestive systems that create nutrient filled manure. Alfalfa, deeply rooted, brings vital minerals to the mix. Using this soil guarantees sowing the most delicious, wholesome harvests… the tiniest tomatoes burst with flavor. Chemical free. Additive free. Hormone free. Pesticide free.

Homeopathic preparations such as yarrow, chamomile, stinging nettle, oak bark, dandelions, horsetail, and valerian flowers are layered into the compost, making it healing and transformative. Best of all, your healthy food will taste superb.

If you are in Malibu, stop by our lifestyle store “Ranch at the Pier” located on the iconic Malibu Pier. There you can find our compost, seeds, farm boxes, and produce. A shop that is quintessentially Malibu for tourists and offers unique finds for the discerning local. We proudly carry something for everyone including post cards, souvenir t-shirts, as well as surfboards, cookbooks, and the ultra luxurious Bamford skincare and apparel line.
Fruit
Avocados
Grapefruit
Guava
Lemons
Lime
Passion fruit
Pomegranates
Vegetables
Beetroot
Broccoli
Cabbage
Carrots
Celery
Cucumbers
Dandelion
Florence fennel
Kale
Lettuce
Peas green
Radishes red
Spinach
Tomatoes
Herbs and spices
Basil
Borage
Calendula
Chamomile
Chervil
Chives
Coriander
Dill
Herbs
Lavender
Lemon balm
Lemongrass
Marjoram
Mustard
Nettle
Oregano
Parsley
Rosemary
Sage
Tarragon
Thyme
Valerian
Grains
Sweet corn
Fodder and grassland
Fodder crops
Other crops
Flowers
Monday – Sunday 8:00am – 8:00pmCA90265United States
Oregon’s Wild Harvesthttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/oregon-s-wild-harvesthttp://www.oregonswildharvest.com/Oregon�s Wild Harvest is a family-owned company that grows and procures organic and Biodynamic� herbal plant material to create some of the finest herbal supplements you can buy. Co-founders Pam Martin-Buresh and Randy Buresh have expanded the company from a single 36-acre farm in Sandy, Oregon to nearly 500 acres in two regions in the state of Oregon, including a Demeter� Certified Biodynamic� farm in Central Oregon.

Oregon�s Wild Harvest herbal supplements have a strong reputation for quality and purity and effectiveness. Their following among consumers who know the company�s reputation is strong. OWH�s commitment to the health and wellness of future generations by ensuring that high quality plant material will always be available is evident in their approach to farming and every aspect of the business. This sets them apart from most of the competition. From their farms to multi-level testing to small batch artisan fulfillment to seed saving and the commitment of their employees, OWH is a uniquely authentic company.
Fruit
Blackberries
Blueberries
Elderberries
Raspberries
Vegetables
Rhubarb
Herbs and spices
Herbs
Hyssop
Medicinal herbs
Sage
Grains
Barley
Buckwheat
Rye
Triticale
Wheat
Fodder and grassland
Fodder crops
Other crops
Hops
Other permanent crops
Poplars
Monday-Friday from 8am-5pm PSTOR97756United States
Partnered Process, LLChttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/partnered-processhttp://partneredprocess.com/Herbs and spices and salt
Hemp Flower
WI53189United States
Pearl Vineyardhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/pearl-vineyardhttp://www.rexhill.com/The Pearl Vineyard, named after our first Scottish Highland cow, was first planted in 2002 by Cheryl Francis & Sam Tannahill on the coveted Jory soils in the Red Hills of Dundee, achieving first crop in 2005. The 5-acre vineyard is home to a field blend of 18 different rootstocks and clones of Pinot Noir, designed to all be fermented together to increase complexity and depth of flavor. The vineyard itself sits on a 10-acre farm that also grows olives, apples, walnuts, plums, cherries and various other berries and fruits. The vineyard has been farmed to Biodynamic tenets since 2000 and was Demeter and Organic (Stellar) certified in 2005. We create our own compost for this vineyard as well as all of the Biodynamic preparations. There are three distinct sites within this small vineyard with varying amounts of topsoil and fractured Basalt. Each block is planted with a rootstock that will help the vine prosper in their unique situation.Fruit
Grapes for wine
OR97115United States
Porter Creek Vineyardshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/porter-creek-vineyardshttps://portercreekvineyards.com/For us, it began in 1978, when founder, George R. Davis, purchased the Estate. The property had young Pinot Noir vines, some of which are still producing today at 45 years old. Davis first improved the existing vineyards and then planted the remaining plantable acreage. Finally he was able to get one of the old barns on the property bonded for wine production in 1982. This was a very exciting and formative time for Pinot Noir in the Russian River Valley. It was in 1983 that the Russian River Valley became a recognized American Viticultural Area, and there were just a handful of us betting our livelihood on Pinot Noir. Pinot Noir was so underappreciated at that time that George was actually forced to plant more Chardonnay and less Pinot Noir than he wanted to by his banker and farm advisor, who saw no future in Pinot Noir is the Russian River Valley!

George was self-taught winemaker for the most part. As an avid reader, he studied every book he could find on subjects ranging from winemaking technical information to Burgundian winegrower’s philosophy. He had lots of conversations with other local winemakers and then ended up renting part of his winery to other winemakers and learned from them. (Sometimes it was leaning what not to do!)

While George was quite proud of his achievements, he saw the value in formal winemaking training and had a longing for the depth in the Pinot Noirs that he tasted from Burgundy. To that end, he encouraged his son Alex to study winemaking on a university level and then go on to work multiple vintages in Burgundy.

Alex Davis grew up rolling barrels, driving tractors and tending vines as George’s chief “gopher.” At that stage, he was not drawn towards academics, although he did come home with first place in the FFA California statewide grapevine-pruning contest. His interest grew as he studied with peers at Santa Rosa Junior College and Fresno State University.

While attending Fresno State, Alex worked summers locally at Sonoma Cutrer where he was introduced to Monsieur Feuillat, the director of the Oenologie program at the Université de Bourgogne in Dijon France. Monsieur Feuillat was kind enough to connect Alex with a harvest job with Christophe Roumier, who is by almost all accounts considered to be one of the greatest winemakers in Burgundy. It was there that Alex gained a deeper appreciation for the benefit smaller scale estate winegrowing, which is the extremely close relationship between the farming in vineyard and the final product. Learning under a master, Alex gained an understanding of how winemaking is adapted from vineyard to vineyard as well as from year to year. Plus Alex enjoyed seeing a willingness to “throw the book out” at times when academic training might inhibit a wine’s full development.
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Grapes for wine
Monday:10:30 am – 4:30 pm
Tuesday:10:30 am – 4:30 pm
Wednesday:10:30 am – 4:30 pm
Thursday:10:30 am – 4:30 pm
Friday:10:30 am – 4:30 pm
Saturday:10:30 am – 4:30 pm
Sunday:10:30 am – 4:30 pm
CA95448United States
Porter-Bass Vineyardshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/porter-bass-vineyardshttps://www.porter-bass.com/In 1980 we found this run-down, century-old, Palomino and Zinfandel vineyard and began the slow arduous process of reviving the Zinfandel and replanting the Palomino. Decades of farming-induced erosion had left the soil with only the sustenance for growing poison oak and blackberries. We began replanting in 1980 and by 1984 we had replanted most of the 17 acres to Chardonnay and Zinfandel, keeping those Zinfandel vines that were healthy.
In 2000 we began replanting some of the blocks that had developed terminal virus. By using closer vine spacing, changing row direction to north/ south and carefully selecting rootstocks and varietal clones we get vines more in balance with their environment.
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Grapes for wine
Monday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Tuesday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Wednesday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Thursday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
CA95446United States
Portlandia Vintnershttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/portlandia-vintnershttps://www.portlandiavintners.com/Portlandia began with a journey, one of the longest roadtrips in the United States – Florida to the Pacific Northwest. It was 1999 and Damian Davis had embarked on the cross-country trek for a new job in the tech industry. While en route, he found himself in the Willamette Valley during harvest and decided to stop for a quick wine tasting. By the time he reached his new home, his car was so loaded with bottles that he barely made it.

After that, the pull of Oregon’s wine country was persistent and mesmerizing. With its rolling green hills, iron-rich soils and cooling ocean breezes, Damian found the Willamette Valley to be a Pinot lover’s dream and the “most beautiful ag-land I had ever seen”. He was smitten. So much so that he left his tech career to pursue a new start in the wine industry. And in 2008 he founded Portlandia.

The vision was simple – to create delicious Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris, all while having fun and not paying too much. That mission has guided the wines since the beginning, and we’re fortunate to work with passionate grower partners who support these goals through their meticulous care of their vineyards. The results are Pinots that showcase the best of the Willamette Valley vintage after vintage. These are wines made to be enjoyed and to enhance the everyday, guided by our life philosophy: Play Hard. Work Later.
WineOR97128United States
Pu’u O Hoku Ranch Ltd.https://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/pu-u-o-hoku-ranch-ltdhttp://www.puuohoku.com/Pu’u O Hoku Ranch is surrounded
by more than 14,000 acres of protected land, immersed in the transcendent beauty of forest, sky and ocean. The Ranch is a family-owned biodynamic and organic ranch, farm, and rustic retreat center on the far East end of Moloka’i, Hawaii. For nearly 30 years we have worked to conserve Molokai’s natural resources, with ecological farming practices and by protecting wild spaces. We are proud to be part of Molokai’s sustainable community, supporting Hawaiian culture and the reintroduction of its native plants and animals. We stand behind our mission: “To realize a bountiful land economy.” The farm at Pu’u O Hoku produces dried apple bananas, fresh frozen Hawaiian ‘awa root, honey, and a wide variety of other USDA certified organic and Demeter certified biodynamic fresh fruits and vegetables. We raise grass fed and finished, USDA certified organic beef and free-range chickens.
Fruit
Avocados
Bananas
Grapefruit
Lemons
Lime
Lychees
Mangos
Oranges
Papaya
Pomelos
Tangelos
Vegetables
Arugula
Asparagus
Beetroot
Bok choy
Cabbage
Carrots
Cooking greens
Cucumbers
Kale
Leeks
Lettuce
Onions
Pumpkin
Radishes red
Tomatoes
Herbs and spices
Basil
Cilantro
Ginger
Herbs
Mint
Sage
Legumes
Beans
Grains
Sweet corn
Other crops
Cocoa
Flowers
Kava Kava
Other annual crops
Other permanent crops
Saturday: 8:00 am – 1:00 pmHI96748United States
Pure Indian Foodshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/pure-indian-foodshttps://www.pureindianfoods.com/In 1889, Lala Khoobram Agarwal, our great-great-grandfather, launched a pure ghee business in northern India. After 5 generations and 130 years in this business, we are still learning! The Agarwal family continues to build upon its proud heritage by focusing on quality and not on quantity.Nuts and dried fruits
Almonds
Raisins
Monday – Friday 9am-5pm Eastern TimeNJ08609United States
Qunitessa Vineyardhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/quintessa-vineyardhttps://www.quintessa.com/HIDDEN IN THE HEART OF RUTHERFORD, Quintessa is a 280-acre site that reflects a diversity of geology, biodiversity, exposures and microclimates. Inspired by this distinct property, founders Agustin and Valeria Huneeus believed that it was destined to become one of the world’s great wine estates. Today, a total of 160 acres are planted with Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot and Carménère on 26 vineyard blocks. Each block is farmed—organically and Biodynamic®—harvested, and vinified individually to preserve and enhance the nuances of the land. Inspired by the land’s natural grandeur, the Huneeus family dedicated themselves to capturing the beauty and harmony of this land in the form of a great wine. VISIT THE ESTATE>

Depending on the vintage, Quintessa may include some or all of the five varietals grown on the property: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot and Carménère. The fruit is harvested early in the morning, then sorted and gravity-fed into oak, stainless steel or concrete tanks and vinified. Once fermentation and maceration are complete, the wine from each plot is aged separately for up to two years in French oak. After the final Quintessa blend is created, the wine is bottled and laid down for yet another year before release. DISCOVER OUR CURRENT RELEASE.
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Grapes for wine
Sunday:10 AM–5 PM
Monday:10 AM–5 PM
Tuesday:Closed
Wednesday:Closed
Thursday:10 AM–5 PM
Friday:10 AM–5 PM
Saturday:10 AM–5 PM
CA95474United States
Qupe/Verdad Wine Cellarshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/qupe-verdad-wine-cellarshttp://www.qupe.com/Mention Syrah and the name Qup� will soon come up. An original Rh�ne Ranger, veteran winemaker Bob Lindquist was one of the first to advocate American-made Syrah and other Rh�ne varietals such as Grenache, Roussanne, and Marsanne. He has been a leader in the movement producing world class editions since the early 1980s. The winery is located in California’s northern Santa Barbara County.

Bob has mentored dozens of winemakers over the years including his wife, Louisa Sawyer Lindquist. With Louisa as winemaker, Bob partnered in a second winery, Verdad (the Spanish word for “truth”), which specializes in Spanish varieties. To take their wines to the next level, Bob and Louisa purchased an 80-acre ranch in the Edna Valley in San Luis Obispo County in 2002. The couple installed the 40-acre Sawyer Lindquist Vineyard, which is planted to Pinot Noir, Marsanne, Syrah, Grenache, Tempranillo, and Albari�o, and is certifiably farmed according to strict Demeter Biodynamic standards. Resulting wines consistently hit the 90 point plus wine review scale.

Wines can be tasted and purchased at their tasting room that is open daily in “downtown” Los Olivos, CA (805-686-4200).
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Monday through Friday: 10 am-5 pmCA93454United States
Radio-Coteau Wine Cellars, LLChttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/radio-coteau-wine-cellars-llchttp://www.radiocoteau.com/Established in 2002 by winegrower and proprietor Eric Sussman, Radio-Coteau works closely with select cool-climate coastal vineyard sites in Western Sonoma County and Anderson Valley to produce wines with vibrant, balanced fruit and a distinct sense of place. Focus is on detailed and sustainable viticulture in conjunction with a natural, non-interventionist approach in the cellar to more accurately reflect the unique character of each site and season. The winery is situated in Sebastopol, and the estate vineyard is located in the hills above Occidental.Wine
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CA95436United States
Raymond Vineyard and Cellarhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/raymond-vineyard-and-cellarhttp://www.raymondvineyards.com/Raymond Vineyards, founded in 1970, is one of the Napa Valley�s pioneers and great estates. Arriving to Napa in 1933, the Raymond family became deeply connected to the valley�s winemaking origins. In 1970, they established a 90-acre estate in Rutherford that now comprises 300 acres in Rutherford, St. Helena and Jameson Canyon. Five generations of the Raymond family created a Napa icon, with an enduring reputation for elegant wines with a beautiful balance of finesse, power and complexity. Today, inspired by the vision of Proprietor Jean-Charles Boisset, Raymond is a dynamic destination dedicated to inspiring its guests� passion for fine wine in an environment of exploration, creativity, and elegant whimsicality, where each in a series of diverse experiences progresses visitors into another world of discovery and exceptional wines. Further, Raymond�s Rutherford and St. Helena estate vineyards are certified organic and Biodynamic, and 100% of the winery�s power comes from renewable solar energy.Fruit
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Monday:10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m
Tuesday:10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m
Wednesday:10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m
Thursday:10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m
Friday:10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m
Saturday:10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m
Sunday:10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m
CA94574United States
Redbyrd Orchard Ciderhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/Redbyrd-Orchard-Ciderhttps://redbyrdorchardcider.com/Fruit
Apples
NY14886United States
Redrange Farmhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/redrange-farmhttp://www.redrangefarm.com/Vegetables
Arugula
Beets
Broccoli
Cabbage
Carrots
Celery
Corn
Cucumbers
Eggplant
Kale
Leeks
Lettuce
Onions
Peppers
Pumpkin
Radishes red
Spinach
Squash
Sweet potatoes
Tomatoes
Herbs and spices
Basil
Catnip
Chives
Cilantro
Dill
Fennel
Marjoram
Mint
Oregano
Parsley
Rosemary
Sage
Savory
Thyme
Grains
Millet
Spelt
Fodder and grassland
Hay
Pasture
Other crops
Flowers
Monday:CLOSED
Tuesday:CLOSED
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Friday:11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday:11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sunday:CLOSED
PA15468United States
Roederer Estate Domaine Andersonhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/Roederer-Estate-Domaine-Andersonhttp://www.roedererestate.com/index.phpJean-Claude Rouzaud, former president of Champagne Louis Roederer, understood that first-rate estate vineyards create exceptional sparkling wines, which is why he selected the 580-acre Anderson Valley vineyard and winery site in 1982. Jean-Claude, who has since handed down the family tradition and position to son Frédéric Rouzaud (pictured), believed that estate-owned vineyards were essential to ensure the highest quality wine, spending several years exploring California’s diverse regions for ideal growing conditions. The vineyards were planted in 1984, the winery was built in 1986, and the first Roederer Estate MV Brut cuvée was introduced in 1988.Fruit
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Monday:11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday:11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday:11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
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Saturday:11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sunday:11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
CA95466United States
Rose Ranchhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/rose-ranchhttp://roseranch.net/Rose Ranch is located in the Valley of the Moon, Sonoma’s California’s real wine country. We are situated at the base of Sugarloaf Mountain, once an 0 volcano & very 0 Native American Pomo Indian community. Our soils are alluvial with volcanic material making growing vegetables & wine grapes a natural lifestyle for us. Certified Organic since 1999 & certified Biodynamic by Demeter since 2005 our ranch continues to produce incredible flavors rich with nutrients thanks to our farming methods & the fortune to be surrounded with live soils & a much appreciated riparian sector. Our hot peppers are some of the hottest ones you will taste & our sweet ones some of the sweetest ones you’ll taste. All these peppers go into our house made spicy sauce called “Lazy Dog Spicy Sauce” (the sauce that will put a bark in your bite) grown, produced & bottled by Rose Ranch Organics. Feel free to contact us when you’re in our area & if possible we’ll show you around!Fruit
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Melons
Vegetables
Artichokes
Beetroot
Broccoli
Brussels sprouts
Cabbage
Carrots
Cauliflower
Cucumbers
Eggplant
Garlic
Kale
Lettuce
Okra
Onions
Pepper capsicum
Radishes red
Rhubarb
Spinach
Tomatoes
Herbs and spices
Basil
Fennel spice
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Beans
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Sweet corn
Other crops
Other annual crops
CA95452United States
SeaCoast Composthttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/seacoast-composthttp://redefiningcompost.com/Other cropsOR97420United States
Serendipity Wineshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/serendipity-wineshttps://serendipitywines.com/We work passionately, relentlessly and creatively to deliver great service. We treat our customers and suppliers business as if it were our own. We build relationships through openness, empathy and inclusiveness. We encourage and celebrate curiosity, ambition and achievement. We take the time to plan so we can perform at our best. We do the right thing.

Serendipity Wines’ vision is to build a business that allows our customers, suppliers and employees to explore cultures, share stories and better connect through a thoughtfully curated portfolio of wines and spirits from across the globe. Serendipity cultivates and maintains lasting partnerships by providing an elevated customer service experience.
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Sunday:Closed
Monday:9 AM–6 PM
Tuesday:9 AM–6 PM
Wednesday:9 AM–6 PM
Thursday:9 AM–6 PM
Friday:9 AM–6 PM
Saturday:Closed
TX78754United States
Seven Stars Dairy Farmhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/seven-stars-dairy-farmhttps://sevenstarsfarm.com/Seven Stars Farm was founded in 1939, when influential philanthropist Mabel Pew Myrin and her husband Alarik Myrin bought 1,000 acres of northern Chester County, Pennsylvania, farmland and named it Kimberton Farms. The Myrins wanted to test the practicality of Austrian philosopher Dr. Rudolf Steiner’s biodynamic method of agriculture and to establish a school that utilized Steiner’s “Waldorf” approach to education. By 1941, the Myrins had enlisted Dr. Ehrenfried Pheiffer, noted biodynamic pioneer, to manage the farm and biodynamic training center. Although Dr. Pheiffer’s time in Kimberton was brief, he had planted the seeds of biodynamic agriculture.

The farm has changed in many ways since that time. In the 1970s the property was divided between the Kimberton Hills Camphill Village and the Kimberton Waldorf School. The 1980s saw the development of one of the first Community Supported Gardens (the Kimberton CSA) and the long-term lease of the dairy farm to David and Edie Griffiths (Seven Stars Farm). In 2000 the Griffiths partnered with the Dunphy family and in 2014 the stewardship of the farm was passed to the Dunphy family. A small natural foods store on the farm slowly grew and transformed into Kimberton Whole Foods. And in 1988, Seven Stars Yogurt began production.

In the mid-90s, the development rights for the school’s land were sold to
Chester County’s Open Space Preservation program, making Seven Stars Farm one of the early models of preserving farmland in Chester County.

Today, Kimberton is a thriving mixture of educational, therapeutic, and agricultural endeavors.
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Oats
Rye
Spelt
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Triticale
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Sunday:Closed
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Tuesday :9 AM–4 PM
Wednesday:9 AM–4 PM
Thursday :9 AM–4 PM
Friday:9 AM–4 PM
Saturday:9 AM–4 PM
PA19460United States
Sims Vineyardhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/sims-vineyardhttp://www.rexhill.com/The Sims Vineyard sits in the heart of the Dundee Hills between 600 and 700 feet in elevation. It was once an old hazelnut orchard, but as hazelnuts became unviable in the late 1990s, it made sense that the orchard become a vineyard. On the 10-acre property there are 7.5 acres planted to Pinot Noir grapes with the remaining acreage set aside for gardens. Within the gardens still remain a few hazelnut trees keeping the legacy alive. The Dundee Hills were formed between 6 and 17 million years ago by the Columbia River lava flows that made its way from the Oregon-Idaho border all the way to the coast. The lava solidified to form basalt. Over the years the rock weathered away in the high rainfalls of the Willamette Valley to form deep red clay soils. These volcanic soils are exceptionally good for growing grapes, particularly Pinot NoirFruit
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OR97115United States
Slide Hill Vineyardhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/sawyer-lindquist-vineyardhttp://www.slidehill.com/Slide Hill Vineyard sustainably grows Syrah, Grenache, Pinot Noir and a couple other varieties in the Edna Valley of San Luis Obispo County and is Demeter Biodynamic certified.

In September 2013, my siblings and I purchased the former Sawyer-Lindquist Vineyard. The old owners kept their name and we renamed it to Slide Hill Vineyard. Slide Hill is the mountain 2� miles north and at 2200 feet elevation watches over our vineyard from its perch in the Santa Lucia mountain range.

Starting in 2014, we will be selling our grapes to some of the area’s finest winemakers including: Qupe, Denner, Herman Story, Villa Creek, Nicora, Torrin and Verdad.
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CA93401United States
Solminer Wine Co DBA Delandahttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/solminerhttp://www.solminer.com/Good wine starts with good dirt and in 2012 Anna and David deLaski finally got their shot at farming and producing California wine. In the process, they also discovered what makes them happy. This is their story…

The first seed was planted in 2009 when we simultaneously fell in love with Santa Barbara wine country and each other. We married soon after and while visiting Anna�s family in Austria, a desire to settle down and create a life together in a more agricultural setting started to take root. A chance meeting with a winemaking mentor and a property for sale with vines in the front yard quickly grew into something we knew that we could no longer ignore. In 2012, we decided to go all in and buy the fixer farmhouse and vineyard in Los Olivos, relocating our lives from congested Los Angeles to the quaint town of Los Olivos. Our son Linus was born the same year.

The name Solminer, (Sol-miner) as in mining the sun, continually inspires us to discover and unearth the treasures in the soils of the California Central Coast. We named the vineyard and farmhouse �deLanda,� a combination of our first and last names, which we believe reflects our desire to produce natural wines using varietals related to our Austrian heritage. Certified organic in 2014 and Biodynamic in 2018 deLanda is constantly evolving as we evolve as farmers. Our vineyard shines with individuality and biodiversity as we incorporate chickens, donkeys, sheep, bees, fruit trees, native plants, biodynamic compost, preparations and herb teas all to support the microorganisms in the dirt and the health of the vineyard.

We have a feeling of connectedness as each trip around the sun gives us the chance to experience the magical process of exchange from the dirt, plants, fruit, wine, humans, sky, moon, sun and stars.

Our personal desire is to reflect the vineyard in the wine and experiment with Austrian varietals. Since the beginning, we thought Gr�ner Veltliner would do well here and soon after we discovered that the Austrian red grape, Blaufr�nkisch, is perfect for our climate as well. We’ve rounded things out with a bit of Muscat to create an Austrian inspired dry “Muskateller” and some Syrah for Rose, Sparkling Syrah, a blend and a single vineyard Syrah. We also have new plantings of Riesling to add to our sources from neighboring vineyards that we have selected for their climate, soils and sustainable growing practices. 1900 cases were produced in the 2018 vintage.
Wine7 days a week 11am-5pmCA93441United States
Sophia’s Gardenhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/sophia-s-gardenhttp://www.sophiasgardenherbs.com/Sophia’s Garden & Healing Arts Center is a Demeter-certified Biodynamic medicinal herb farm in Sebastopol, California. We supply estate-grown hydrosols, essential oils, medicinal herbs, flower essences, and we are a biodynamic certified plant distillery.

Sophia is the Wisdom that underlies Nature. She informs through form. And so She did in these Gardens that bear Her Name. By honoring Sophia we adopt a holistic healing approach to our interaction with the environment, recognizing the value of the arts in supporting such an approach. Sacred geometry is mirrored throughout the land. There are 6 acres of medicinal herbs grown here, from clary sage to helichrysum, lemon verbena, rose geranium and more (see list below for additional crops).

For more than ten years, Monique Camp has stewarded Sophia�s Garden. Her daily practice is three-fold: to ask what is needed, to listen, and then to take action. This was the way in which Sophia�s Garden was set in motion and how it continues to evolve.

In addition to offering Biodynamic Hydrosols, Essential Oils and dried medicinal herbs, this is a healing, teaching garden. We serve the greater community by establishing a demonstration and model garden/farm. We offer classes and events to teach about the practices of Biodynamic Agriculture as a path for healing the earth and ourselves. We also host and offer sacred music, movement and meditation courses.
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Apples
Grapes table
Olives
Pears
Persimmon
Plums
Raspberries
Vegetables
Yams
Herbs and spices
Basil
Burdock root
Calendula
Chamomile
Evening primrose
Herbs
Hyssop
Lavender
Lemon balm
Medicinal herbs
Nettle
Rose
Rosemary
Sage
Thyme
Valerian
Verbena
Oil crops
Safflower
Sunflowers
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Flowers
CA95472United States
Spottswoode Estate Vineyardshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/spottswoode-estate-vineyardhttps://spottswoode.com/Our family has been growing winegrapes on our historic Spottswoode Estate since 1972, and making our own wines since 1982. As stewards of our land, we pursue an elegant, balanced, and age-worthy style that captures the character of the vintage and the complexity of our legendary estate vineyard.Fruit
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Monday:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday:CLOSED
Sunday:CLOSED
CA94574United States
Stanton Home Farmhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/stanton-home-farmhttps://www.stantonhome.org/Our Mission is to partner with adults with diverse abilities to actively pursue healthy, self-determined lives.Fruit
Berries
Vegetables
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Sunday:Closed
Monday:9 AM–4:30 PM
Tuesday:9 AM–4:30 PM
Wednesday:9 AM–4:30 PM
Thursday:9 AM–4:30 PM
Friday:9 AM–4:30 PM
Saturday:Closed
MA01230United States
Stephens Land and Cattlehttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/stephens-farmhttp://www.localharvest.org/stephens-land-cattle-M46995Stephens families of Kansas have been farmers for five generations in the 236, with Bryce and his daughter, Demetria, raising crops and livestock at Stephens Land and Cattle, near Jennings, Kansas.

Turkey Red hard red winter wheat helped farmers prosper in the semi-arid region of northwest Kansas. The Stephens’ farm started growing Turkey wheat again in 1994, the same year the farm gained organic certification by the Organic Crop Improvement Association. Stephens Land and Cattle crops are now certified Biodynamic by the Demeter Association.

When not farming, Bryce volunteers his time to increase the availability of organic seed as a member of the Organic Seed Growers and Trade Association. osgata.org

Stephens Land and Cattle continues to diversify to meet local, regional and national needs. Feel free to contact us about our current crop plans.
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KS67643United States
Stonewall Kitchenhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/stonewall-kitchenhttps://www.stonewallkitchen.com/?src=TM&siteID…We got our start in 1991, selling handmade jams and jellies at local farmers’ markets, fairs and festivals. A passion for innovative recipes and flavors soon led us to expand to sauces, condiments, mustards, baking mixes, and more—all made with the same high-quality ingredients and painstaking attention to detail. Today our products are sold in more than 19,000 stores nationwide and internationally, including our 11 company stores!Monday-Friday: 8:00am to 5:00pmME03909United States
Summerfield Waldorf Schoolhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/summerfield-waldorf-schoolhttps://summerfieldwaldorf.org/Summerfield Waldorf School of Santa Rosa began in September of 1974. Begun as an initiative of a small group of parents who were convinced that they wanted a Waldorf education for their children, Summerfield opened its doors to eleven children. Some of those founding families are still active in the community today. In our second year we were blessed with the arrival from England of Irene Ellis. Bringing with her a wealth of experience in Waldorf education, Irene remained with the school for five years as faculty advisor, establishing and teaching the school’s in-house faculty training.

Since June 1978, our school has been a member of the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America. In 1980, the school purchased a 32-acre horse farm, our current location. From the beginning there was an intention to have a working biodynamic farm as part of the school initiative. Through enthusiastic volunteer efforts, the front house was remodeled into four classrooms in which grades five through eight were housed. In 1983, work was completed on road improvements and construction of a new entrance road and parking lot. In 1985 the construction of a new classroom building was completed. This was brought about through the dedication, energy and volunteer construction work of the whole school community.

In December of the same year, the College of Teachers was founded with guidance from René Querido, who was then director of Rudolf Steiner College in Fair Oaks, California, and Patricia Livingston, chairperson of the pedagogical section of the Anthroposophical Society in North America.

In the summer of 1987, a third building housing five classrooms and offices was completed. This building enabled us to at last unite the school on our property. A third kindergarten and the pioneer ninth grade high school class were added in 1987. The High School graduated its first senior class in 1991. In 1993, a site plan for the remainder of the building needs of the school was drawn up and approved by the College and Board. The following year, the school entered a new phase of expansion. The high school building was completed in the fall of 1995. Construction of our long awaited assembly hall was begun in the summer of 1999, and completed in fall, 2000. A generous donation also made possible the construction of a track in 1999. The early childhood complex, consisting of a remodel as well as a new construction, was completed in the summer of 2002.
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Apples
Blackberries
Blueberries
Peaches
Pears
Plums
Raspberries
Vegetables
Brussels sprouts
Cabbage
Carrots
Courgette
Cucumbers
Dandelion
Garlic
Kale
Leeks
Lettuce
Onions
Pepper capsicum
Potatoes
Pumpkin
Herbs and spices
Basil
Chamomile
Lavender
Medicinal herbs
Nettle
Oregano
Rosemary
Sage
Thyme
Valerian
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Millet
Spelt
Sweet corn
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Grassland
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CA95401United States
Sun Bellehttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/sun-bellehttp://www.sun-belle.com/Maintaining its leadership position as a premium global berry brand that is known across the planet, visionary Sun Belle President and founder Janice Honigberg decided many years ago to begin offering organic berries under the Green Belle label. Today, Sun Belle continues to lead the way by meeting the needs of the most discerning and judicious berry consumer. It is the first to offer fresh Green Belle Biodynamic berries.Packed fruit and vegetables
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Open 24 hoursIL60176United States
Suncrest Nurserieshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/Suncrest-Nurserieshttp://www.suncrestnurseries.com/Suncrest Nurseries Inc. is, and has always been, a bonafide agrarian community of generations of families living off the land. Our love for horticulture is deeply rooted in our history. Suncrest blossomed on the same site as the Leonard Coates Nursery, founded nearly 140 years ago. Some of our employees have actually worked here for 50 years, many for 25 plus years, since Suncrest itself began in 1989.

In our quest to grow sustainably, to grow mindfully and to inspire an environmentally-friendly legacy, we introduce � the Eco-Conscious Beauty�. Certified Organic and Demeter Biodynamic�, with more than 100 different varieties of culinary herbs, edibles, medicinals, habitat and native plants.
Truly we are more than a nursery. We grow beauty. Beautiful plants, beautiful communities. Arguably we grow a ridiculous variety of nearly 3,500 diverse varieties of plants – perennials, natives, ferns, vines, bamboos, and now – a new, �ber-cool line of plants for healthy living. The Eco-Conscious Beauty�.

In keeping with our mission of growing life and beauty to inspire healthy community – we are excited to be one of the first Biodynamic� growers to propagate notable quantities of so many varieties. It is our intent to introduce new industry standards for sustainable, conscious nursery production. We believe that Biodynamic� farming practices create a holistic and integrative approach to organic farming that promotes health and well-being.
Our farm is a dynamic living system, one that is self-sustaining, regenerative and in tune with life and the cycles of nature.

Soil ingredients, the clean sourcing of seeds and plant material, ethical farming methods, the health and well-being of our workers and the environment, the treatment of our animals that help with the grow cycle � All are considered when growing Eco-Conscious Beauty � plants.
Sunday:Closed
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Tuesday:8 AM–5 PM
Wednesday:8 AM–5 PM
Thursday:8 AM–5 PM
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CA95076United States
Sunfield Farmhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/Sunfield-Farmhttp://www.sunfieldfarm.org/Fruit
Apples
Blackberries
Pears
Raspberries
Strawberries
Vegetables
Arugula
Asparagus
Beetroot
Brussels sprouts
Cabbage
Carrots
Cauliflower
Celery
Corn
Cucumbers
Endive
Garlic
Jerusalem artichokes
Kale
Kohlrabi
Leeks
Lettuce
Onions
Parsnips
Peas green
Peppers
Potatoes
Pumpkin
Radish white
Radishes red
Rhubarb
Shallots
Spinach
Squash
Tomatoes
Turnips
Herbs and spices
Basil
Chives
Cilantro
Fennel spice
Lavender
Mint
Nettle
Oregano
Parsley
Rosemary
Sage
Thyme
Legumes
Beans
Grains
Barley
Buckwheat
Oats
Rye
Wheat
Fodder and grassland
Hay
Pasture
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Sunflowers
8:30am – 4pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
8:30am – 1:30pm Wednesday
WA98339United States
SunGold Botanicals LLChttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/sungold-botanicalshttp://sgborganics.com/SunGold Botanicals LLC is the brainchild of two long-time Oregonians- Josh Gulliver, compost wizard, cannabis lover, and innovative farmer, and Isaac Daniel, fermentation and value-added goods specialist. With the onset of the Hemp Pilot program in Oregon, Josh started J & J Organics with veggie farmer extraordinaire John Eveland, growing USDA certified organic hemp right in the fertile soils beside the Mary’s River in Philomath. As production grew it became apparent that there was a major lack of infrastructure to process organically grown hemp into certified organic full spectrum hemp oil and hemp products. This gave birth to SunGold Botanicals, one of the first fully USDA certified hemp processing facilities on the west coast. SunGold Botanicals has since grown into a central place in the organic hemp community of Oregon, using home-grown expertise to create custom extracts and build private label product lines. SunGold has also championed third-party certifications to help with transparency and integrity, including becoming one of the first Demeter-certified Biodynamic hemp processing facilities in the United States.Hemp OilOR97330United States
SunHawk Farmshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/sun-hawk-farmshttp://www.sunhawkfarms.org/SunHawk Farms is a small family-owned Biodynamic farm located above Hopland in Mendocino County California. Owners John Schaeffer and Nantzy Hensley have lived on and worked the farm since 2001. Our Biodynamic farm and homestead is a microcosm of the image of life.

Surrounding our farm is the wild and untouched forest; as the fertility, pest control, and water dynamics that a healthy forest needs to thrive lie within the forest�s ecosystem itself. Abundant with life, our farm breathes in the untamed forest that surrounds us and breathes out a unique vitality through our lavender, fruit and nut orchards, grapes olives, and vegetable gardens

SunHawk Farms is rooted in holistic observations of life itself. When we look at nature holistically, it becomes evident that numerous forces are at work, molding matter into an infinite myriad of delicate and pristine forms, colors, and aromas that defy the laws of gravity. If you observe closely the growing tips and resulting morphology of most green plants, you will see an expression of grasping at sunlight, spiraling, enveloping � a pulling of a plant species into form.

SunHawk Farms is a dynamic system complete with bio-diverse habitat and internal humus-based fertility. Near the chicken coop you will find compost consisting of matter created at SunHawk. Then, behind the olive orchard -consisting of around 2,800 Tuscan varieties of olive trees- and above the vast oak and madrone forest, you�ll be treated to red-tailed hawks, snowy egrets, great blue herons, and soaring bald eagles.

Along the rolling hills behind Hopland, in verdant and wild Mendocino County, our grapes grow on the south facing slopes of a bow. On it we raise several varieties of Rhone grapes – which are combined into a field blend much like the old Italians and French have done for generations.

The critical point for biodynamic agriculture at SunHawk Farms is that even the tiniest aspect of our farming system, a seed or a bud for instance, contains the archetypal imprint of life. The result is good agronomy practices developed by 1970�s Mendocino Homesteaders and organic gardeners, John Schaeffer and Nancy Hensley.
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CA95449United States
Tablas Creek Vineyardhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/Tablas-Creek-Vineyardhttps://tablascreek.com/Tablas Creek is a pioneer of California’s Rhone movement. Founded in 1989, it is the culmination of a friendship between two of the international wine community’s leading families dating back to 1967: the Perrin family of Château de Beaucastel and the Haas family of Vineyard Brands.

After a four-year search, the partners chose Paso Robles, California, for its many similarities to the southern Rhone, and began the lengthy process of importing vine cuttings, building a grapevine nursery, and creating an estate vineyard from scratch.
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CA93446United States
Teton Full Circle Farmhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/Teton-Full-Circle-Farmhttp://www.tetonfullcirclefarm.org/Since this film was finished in the winter/spring 2019, we have had four successful seasons on the new farm thanks to our supportive community and farm family!
We have gotten to know our productive and nourishing deep soils. We are using minimal tillage, compost, cover crops, and biodynamic soil preparations to support their further development.

Though we are taking a break in 2023 from farmers markets and vegetable CSA program, we have a blossoming cut flower program that provides farm-grown, organic flowers by way of our CSA program, local florists, weddings and special events. We have added laying hens to the Full Circle and our cow, Honeysuckle is soon to be milking again! With great joy we observe elk, deer, wolves, coyotes, fox, weasels, owls, songbirds, cranes, hawks, falcons and hundreds of pollinators on the farm seasonally.
Fruit
Apples
Raspberries
Strawberries
Vegetables
Arugula
Beetroot
Bok choy
Braising mix
Broccoli
Brussels sprouts
Cabbage
Carrots
Cauliflower
Chard
Cucumbers
Endive
Florence fennel
Garlic
Kale
Kohlrabi
Leeks
Lettuce
Napa cabbage
Onions
Peas green
Pepper capsicum
Peppers
Potatoes
Pumpkin
Radishes red
Rhubarb
Spinach
Squash
Tomatoes
Turnips
Herbs and spices
Basil
Chives
Cilantro
Dill
Fennel spice
Lavender
Lemon balm
Lovage
Marjoram
Mint
Oregano
Parsley
Peppermint
Rosemary
Sage
Sorrel
Thyme
Legumes
Beans
Beans faba
Other crops
Flowers
ID83455United States
The Republic of Teahttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/republic-of-teahttp://www.republicoftea.com/The Republic of Tea enriches people�s lives through its premium teas, education and innovation, as it emphasizes a �Sip by Sip Rather Than Gulp by Gulp� lifestyle. Founded in 1992, The Republic of Tea sparked a specialty tea revolution. Today the brand offers an unequaled selection of the highest-quality teas, herbal blends, books and nature-inspired sip ware, available exclusively at specialty retailers throughout the U.S. Further, The Republic of Tea is mindful of how its actions impact the greater community and 0ly supports worthy organizations like the Whole Planet Foundation, the Prostate Cancer Foundation, Room to Read, Action Against Hunger, The Ethical Tea Partnership, Rainforest Alliance certification and Non-GMO Project verification. For more information, please visit www.REPUBLICofTEA.com or call 1.800.298.4832. Follow The Republic of Tea on Twitter at twitter.com/republicoftea and Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/RepublicofTea.CA94949United States
Tradin Organic USAhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/tradin-organic-usahttps://www.tradinorganic.com/Tradin Organic Agriculture was founded in the early 1980’s by Wim Rabbie and Gerard Versteegh. Pioneering the market as distributor to the emerging health food scene, Rabbie and Versteegh developed some of the first organic branded consumer products in Europe. These products were made with ingredients that they sourced themselves from some of the world’s most exotic locations. In 1993, the company’s consumer branded and distribution activities were dissolved, and in 1994 Tradin evolved into a specialized importer of organic ingredients, serving the entire organic industry. Over the years Tradin continued to vertically integrate their supply chains, investing in quality control and traceability, and ensuring organic integrity and security of supply. Over the past few decades, several manufacturing facilities were added to the group, transforming crude commodities into value-added ingredients, and further strengthening Tradin’s purpose in the supply chain.Single Strength Apple PureeSunday:Closed
Monday:7 AM–6 PM
Tuesday:7 AM–6 PM
Wednesday:7 AM–6 PM
Thursday:7 AM–6 PM
Friday:7 AM–6 PM
Saturday:Closed
CA95066United States
Treborce Vineyardshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/treborce-vineyardshttp://www.treborcevineyards.com/Fruit
Grapes for wine
CA95448United States
Triform Camphill Communityhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/triform-camphill-communityhttp://www.triform.org/Triform Camphill Community, in Hudson, New York, is a residential community for young adults with developmental disabilities. It includes a dynamic mix of over 110 people spanning many generations, cultures and ranges of ability. Forty young adults with social, mental, physical and emotional disabilities, live and work side-by-side with full time volunteer resident staff and the staff�s families on a 500+ acre biodynamic/organic farm in beautiful Columbia County, NY. Triform is a model of care where young men and women with Autism, Down syndrome, and other developmental and neurological disabilities participate in dignified, purposeful work, share in warm, supportive relationships and make meaningful contributions to the well-being of everyone in the Triform community. Triform is changing the way we understand and appreciate the capabilities of people with special needs.

Triform is a forerunner and model in the disabilities field, where the ideals of inclusion and the development of individual potential are in the forefront. Triform�s programs promote confidence, self-worth, independence and achievement on many levels. The Triform special needs community offers an enriching social, intellectual and cultural life for its students, and year-round vocational opportunities in organic and Biodynamic farm and gardening. Triform is among a select group of farms in the US certified by Demeter, which is regarded as the highest level of organic farming certification in the world.
Fruit
Blackberries
Gooseberries
Melons
Plums
Raspberries
Watermelons
Vegetables
Beetroot
Cabbage
Carrots
Celery
Cucumbers
Eggplant
Garlic
Kale
Kohlrabi
Leeks
Lettuce
Onions
Parsnips
Peas green
Pepper capsicum
Potatoes
Radishes red
Silver beet
Tomatoes
Turnips
Herbs and spices
Basil
Fennel spice
Legumes
Beans
Grains
Rye
Sweet corn
Wheat
Fodder and grassland
Fodder crops
Grassland
Other crops
Other annual crops
Sunday:Closed
Monday:9 AM–4 PM
Tuesday:9 AM–4 PM
Wednesday:9 AM–4 PM
Thursday:9 AM–4 PM
Friday:9 AM–4 PM
Saturday:Closed
NY12534United States
Troon Vineyardhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/troon-vineyardhttp://www.troonvineyard.com/Located in the Applegate Valley of Southern Oregon, Troon Vineyard has a long history dating back to 1972, yet recent years have seen it become one of the most forward-thinking wineries in the U.S., as it is one of just two to have become Regenerative Organic Certified through the Regenerative Organic Alliance. The recent certification follows a conversion to biodynamic farming that has revitalized the estate’s soils while also providing a template for other wineries both locally and around the world to reduce their environmental footprint.WineMonday:11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday:11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Wednesday:11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Thursday:11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday:11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday:11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday:11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
OR97527United States
Truett Hurst Wineryhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/TruettHursthttp://www.truetthurstwinery.com/Truett Hurst crafts limited production artisan wines, showcased at our vibrant Biodynamic and organic estate rooted in Dry Creek Valley. We feature spectacular grounds, idyllic and exclusive Creekside seating, and friendly and knowledgeable staff. Please come visit us!Fruit
Grapes for wine
Open everyday from 10am – 4pmCA95448United States
Turtle Tree Seedhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/turtle-tree-seedhttp://turtletreeseed.org/We are so grateful to be able to connect with you through the living plants that will surround you as the season progresses. Imagining gardens as we fill orders bring us a lot of joy, especially as the seeds we sell are ones we know and love—crops we grow ourselves and feel connected with. We are grateful to be a part of your gardens, and humbled by the need for connection with the natural world that has created such a groundswell of interest in gardening.Seeds and seedlings
Flower seeds
Seeds
Monday:9am-5pm
Tuesday:9am-5pm
Wednesday:9am-5pm
Thursday:9am-5pm
Friday:9am-5pm
NY12516United States
Ukiah Wine Cachehttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/ukiah-wine-cachehttps://ukiahwinecache.com/WineSunday:Closed
Monday:7:30 AM–4 PM
Tuesday:7:30 AM–4 PM
Wednesday:7:30 AM–4 PM
Thursday:7:30 AM–4 PM
Friday:7:30 AM–4 PM
Saturday:Closed
CA95482United States
Upper Five Vineyardhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/Upper-Five-Vineyardhttp://www.upperfivevineyard.com/Fruit
Grapes for wine
Pears
OR97540United States
Upriver Cacao, LLChttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/upriver-cacaohttps://www.uprivercacao.com/We make cold brew from cacao beans! Not coffee. Cacao.Coffee and instant beveragesTX78737United States
Verkade Estateshttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/verkade-estateshttps://www.verkadeestates.net/Fruit
Grapes for wine
CA95624United States
White Leaf Provisions, Inc.https://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/White-Leaf-Provisions-Inchttps://www.whiteleafprovisions.com/�We believe that being mindful towards the food we eat and the manner in which it is grown and produced allows us to be more in tune with ourselves and the world around us.�
-Meghan Rowe, Co-Founder & CEO, White Leaf Provisions

My husband Keith and I founded White Leaf Provisions in February of 2016, following the birth of our son, Keegan. Both as concerned parents and conscious consumers looking for the purest options for our family, we quickly became aware of a lack of truly pure and organic foods that were simple in their design and taste and farmed in an eco-minded way.

With the increasing amount of unanswered questions regarding our current food products and farming methods, we began speaking with more parents and realized that we weren�t the only ones looking for healthier, more sustainable options. Products that care as much about the way in which they are farmed as the taste and purity of the final product.

Keith, a native of Ireland, is a classically French-trained chef. He grew up in a small village in Ireland where locally farmed and sourced food was the basis for every meal. This mindset has shaped Keith�s career and passion for pure foods � foods that are minimally processed, with flavor being directed by seasons, not additives.

We believe many of those same values are reflected in the biodynamic concept.

I come from a family of serial entrepreneurs being very successful in many fields from health foods to commerce. Growing up around those ideals helped shape my desire for developing and sharing healthier food options and mindful living. Becoming a mother and realizing that you play a big part in shaping your child’s eating habits has certainly reinforced those ideas.

White Leaf is certified by Demeter USA, the International seal of approval for Biodynamic farming practices and products. We proudly use proceeds from these products to sponsor the next generation of sustainable farmers and farm-to-school gardening and educational programs in North America.

We�re excited to share our own experiences and what we�ve learned to make mindful living less overwhelming and more attainable for you.

Thank you for visiting!

Meghan Rowe, Co-Founder & CEO, White Leaf Provisions

Meghan Rowe
Co-Founder & CEO
White Leaf Provisions
Apple Sauce
Baby Products
Bath and Body Products
Beauty Products
Fruit Juices
Skin Care Products
SC29464United States
Wilridge Vineyardhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/wilridge-vineyardhttp://www.wilridgewinery.com/Wilridge Winery & Vineyard is the only certified Biodynamic and organic vineyard and winery in Washington State (hopefully not for long). Founded in 1988, Wilridge is the oldest winery in Seattle. Urban winemaking still takes place at the original winery under an old house in Seattle’s Madrona neighborhood. In 2006, Wilridge planted an organic and Biodynamic vineyard in an abandoned orchard on Naches Heights west of Yakima at the gateway to Washington State’s sunny wine country. Naches Heights was named the twelfth American Viticultural Area in Washington State in 2012. A second winery production facility was added to the Naches Heights location in 2013. Wilridge has tasting rooms where all of its wines may be sampled at Post Alley in Seattle’s famous Pike Place Market, in the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle, above the winery at Bottle House in the Madrona neighborhood of Seattle, and in the turn of the century farmhouse at the vineyard on Naches Heights. Guests are welcome to tour the vineyard and hike, bike, climb or picnic in the adjacent Cowiche Canyon Nature Preserve. Wilridge wines may also be sampled and purchased at farmers markets throughout Washington State or through the website www.wilridgewinery.com.Fruit
Apples
Grapes for wine
Pears
Sunday: 9:00-2:00
Saturday: 10:00-3:00
Thursdays: 2:30-7:30
Friday: 3:00-7:00
WA98908United States
Winderlea Vineyard & Wineryhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/winderlea-vineyard-wineryhttp://www.winderlea.com/Winderlea is a boutique winery specializing in the limited production of Pinot noir and Chardonnay from Oregon. The estate vineyard, Winderlea, is a legendary 20 acre parcel originally planted in the 70s on the Red Hills Bench in Dundee. First known as the Dundee Hills Vineyard, today it is Winderlea, a name derived from combining the words “wind” and “lea” meaning field or meadow.

Spouses Donna Morris and Bill Sweat purchased the property in 2006 upon their move to Oregon. Like the founders they followed to Oregon, Bill and Donna are committed to continuing the traditions of responsible stewardship of the land and the highest quality artisan winemaking. In addition to earning Demeter Biodynamic� Certification in 2015, Winderlea became just the 4th winery globally to achieve B Corp Certification – a whole business sustainability certification.
Fruit
Grapes for wine
OR97115United States
Winesellers LTDhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/winesellers-ltdhttp://www.winesellersltd.com/Found in 1978 by Yale Sager, Winesellers Limited began as a one-man operation and selling wines primarily in the Midwest. Over the last four decades, Winesellers has evolved into a globally recognized importer and marketer of family-owned wineries and brands produced in both well-known and unique regions from around the world. The Sager family is proud of their enduring relationships with their wholesalers and suppliers, some whom have been a part of Winesellers portfolio from the very beginning.WineAlways openIL60714United States
Wynbrandt Farms Composthttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/wynbrandt-farmshttp://wynbrandtfarms.com/Wynbrandt Farms is a micro farm open to the world through the heart of Steven Wynbrandt. We are artisanal makers of the 1st and only 100% handmade Demeter certified Biodynamic Compost and Compost Tea on the commercial market in the US. Steven speaks and consults nationally teaching best practices and creating custom compost solutions for farms, retreat centers and organizations of all kinds, and grows select crops for chefs, restaurants, and his hyperlocal neighborhood CSA.CompostCA90064United States
Yarrowhead Farms LPhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/yarrowhead-farm-lphttps://www.yarrowheadfarms.com/In the fast-paced world of convenience and artificial ingredients, Yarrowhead Farms provides our neighbors with locally grown produce and honey that is not only safe, but delicious.

Yarrowhead Farms is not only a certified organic farm, but also Oklahoma’s first and only certified biodynamic farm offering nutrient-dense vegetables and herbs to farm-to-table restaurants, grocery stores, farmer’s markets, and to the general public.

Because we focus on quality, sustainability, and education, we will continue to be sought out as providers of truly organic food for the Oklahoma City area and surrounding cities. As consumers become better educated about how foods affect quality of life, they are beginning to seek out suppliers and restaurants that provide safe and truly organic foods.

We are founded on the experience and knowledge of multiple generations of vegetable and honey producers and look forward to transforming the way people think about their food.
Vegetables
Herbs and spices
Other crops
Flowers
OK74881United States
Yellow Barn Farmhttps://biodynamicfood.org/biodynamic/yellow-barn-farmWhen we started Yellow Barn Biodynamic Farm our goal was to feed our kids the purest food possible. Sustainable agriculture had been the intersections of our passions and careers importing and distributing organic foods, however we’d never been farmers.

Our rural home was on 20 acres of land originally part of a larger farm established in the 1830s and abandoned following WWII. We have added neighboring acreage that was part of the original farm and today our family farm totals 80 acres located in New York State in Allegany county. We have an abundance of long forgotten old growth apple trees where we have cleared brush and thorns (multi floral rose, grrrrr!) to give them light and space. We’ve planted a small orchard with more apples, as well as peaches, cherries, apricots, and pears. We’re in the process of establishing a vineyard. Recently we began to wild forage ramps and deliver to farm to fork restaurants in Manhattan and Brooklyn and leading retailers like Wegmans. This year we started to inoculate bolts of beech logs with mycelium to grow mushrooms. We have chickens and ducks and turkeys. We have raised pigs. We’re learning more about cows and see their addition to the farm in the near future.

All parents worry about what they feed their kids. We felt a powerful impulse to nurture the land with and for them. We wanted to better understand what it meant to farm sustainably. We are learning as we go as a family, and increasingly our three children are leading projects around the farm. We participate in farmer trainings locally and attend Biodynamic Conferences to increase our understanding of farming to the Demeter standard. Sometimes it’s difficult to separate play from work at the Yellow Barn Farm. We spend time together as a family, and we know our farmer!
Fruit
Apples
Cherries
Melons
Peaches
Pears
Plums
Vegetables
Beetroot
Broccoli
Cucumbers
Lettuce
Peas green
Pumpkin
Radishes red
Turnips
Legumes
Beans
Fodder and grassland
Fodder crops
Other crops
Ornamental plants
NY14803United States
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