GMO’s or diversity-rich seasonal foods?

non-GMO seeds

In an effort to grow more of my own healthy veggies next summer, and in my constant efforts to live a more natural type of life, I went hunting for a seed company that sold non-genetically modified organism (GMO)  seeds.  I discovered a great company,  http://www.seedsnow.com/

They have such a wide variety of seeds that are reasonably priced, and not genetically modified.  If you don’t know what that means, or would like to know more about it, and why it’s so important, here is a 30 minute video that SeedsNow shared with their customers. The film is about the possible future of our food, and our world.  This film was produced by http://www.gaiafoundation.org/  and http://www.africanbiodiversity.org/ and is called Seeds of Freedom, http://seedsoffreedom.info/

More information is available on the Seeds of Freedom website: http://seedsoffreedom.info/take-action/whatcanido/

Winter is a good time to plan your garden for next year.  And hopefully eat some good things you preserved from your garden last year, while the snow flies.

Happy Gardening!

4 responses to “GMO’s or diversity-rich seasonal foods?

    • Thanks for commenting. It seems like we are pretty far behind other countries in this area. But more people are talking about it now, which is good.

  1. Heirloom and O.P. (Open-pollinated) is definitely the way to go. You can save the seeds from these plants which will reproduce true-to-form the next time you plant them. Free seeds and heritage… can’t beat that!

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