PARTNER ORGANIZATIONS and resources for our community
With Your Help, We Can Restore the Art of Seed Saving and Biodiversity in Agriculture!
Seed savers are seed stewards. We safekeep seeds not only for future planting seasons, but also to ensure the capacity of communities to grow food that is safe, healthy, and biodiverse.
Your support will enable us to continue training and supporting farmers ability to return to the historical and essential practice of saving seeds!
Support Our Work
Thanks To All Our Partners!
PROGRAM AND ORGANIZATIONAL PARTNERS
Benguet Association of Seed Savers
Cabio Kid Permaculture Farm
Cebu Farmers Market
Cebu Seed Savers
Communities for Alternative Food EcoSystems Initiatives (CAFEi)
Denver Urban Gardens
ECHO Asia Impact Center
Good Food Community
Institute for Climate Sustainable Cities (iCSC)
Lokal Lab Siargao
Maryknoll Ecological Scantuary
Municipal Agriculture Office of Tublay Benguet
Municipality of Tublay, Benguet
Philippines Business for Social Progress (PBSP)
Philippines Permaculture Association
The Orange Crunch Filipino Staples and Delights
The Posner Center for International Development
The Rocky Moutain Seed Alliance
Ugnayang Pang-AghamTao (UGAT): Anthropological Association of the Philippines
Pagasa – People for Accountable Governance and Sustainable Action
IFOAM-International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements
FOUNDATION AND CORPORATE PARTNERS
Burners Without Borders
Conservation Food and Health Foundation
CPVTD Family Foundation
Hand in Hand Fund (Deutsche Umelthilfe e.v. (Environmental Action Germany)
Lush Cosmetics Charity Pot
National Peace Corps Association
New Earth Foundation
Perfection of Man Foundation
Point b(e) Strategies
Presbyterian Hunger Program
Rotary Club of Mead, Colorado
Rotary District 5450 District
Sacred Fire Foundation
Seattle Area Peace Corps Association
The Wellness Center
Collaborate With Us
Our local staff work remotely
from various parts of the Philippines (Benguet, Cebu).
To contact our Philippines team, message:
Our US offices are based in Denver, Colorado, which is the land of the Cheyenne and Arapaho and 48 other Indigenous Tribes and Nations who call Colorado home. They are the original Stewards of this stolen land and it is because of their successes and continued hardships that we are able to engage in our collective work of restoring the indigenous practice of saving seeds.