A Note on Cultural Considerations at RMSA: We strive to be culturally sensitive and foster safe, inclusive spaces in our organization and at our Seed Schools and special events. Please visit our Seed School details page for our guidelines of conduct and more details on RMSA’s commitment to diversity, inclusion, and anti-oppressive practices.
For the first time, you can now order and download a pdf copy of Joseph Lofthouse’s ground breaking new book, Landrace Gardening. Show your true colors and support your favorite non-profit at the same time. Check out our inventory of books, t-shirts, trucker hats and beanies available online for the first time.
Search Our Directories
Connect with the seed resources you need. We now offer directories and maps to seed sources, seed libraries, seed teachers, heritage grain trials, and seed stewards living near you.
– Our Programs and Seed Schools –
Seed School 101
For the first time, 18 of our acclaimed Seed School teaching modules have been assembled into a streaming online course to bring you up to speed in the world of seed saving. $40.00
Monthly Online Seed Socials
Join us on Zoom for lively conversations and in-depth interviews with our Seed Elders.
Micro Grants Now Available!
RMSA is pleased to offer micro-grant funding for projects involving seeds and seed saving education as well as programs, events, or creative expression that address environmental and/or social justice.
We believe that the rapid increase in utility patents on organic seeds especially poses a risk to our ability to save and share our own seeds.
A Million Seed Savers
We believe that together we can create enough locally adapted diversity in our food system to weather the coming storms.
frances (@) rockymountainseeds.org
PO Box 405 • Mancos, CO 81328
Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance
We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to strengthening seed and food security in our region.
Our mission is to assure a diverse and abundant supply of locally grown seeds for the Rocky Mountain West through networking, education and helping establish community-based models of seed stewardship.