The Summit County Seed Library is moving. If you would like to get involved please contact us at hayden@highcountryconservation.org. The Seed Library offers free access to seeds and seed-saving education.

Sign-up details coming soon.

Why is seed saving important?

  • Seed Security. If you control your seed, you control your food supply.
  • Regional Adaptation. Overtime, your seeds and crops will adapt to our micro-climate and become more resilient.
  • Consistent Quality. After a few seasons, seeds will have selected genetic traits suitable for your climate.
  • Preserving Heritage and Biodiversity. Maintaining variety or biodiversity among crops allows for food security and creates healthier soils. About 85% of seeds are controlled by large corporations, so the more seeds we can collect locally, the better food security our community will have.
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