Heritage Grain "All-Stars" to Teach Groundbreaking Grain School Course at University of Colorado Colorado Springs

Innovative educational course will focus on supporting local heritage grain systems

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – December 19, 2016: Locally grown and milled grains are the missing component in many regional food systems. Now an educational course at UCCS, Helen and Arthur E Johnson Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences —Grain School—aims to change this paradigm by training and empowering people to once again grow, mill, and steward heritage grains.

Uniting the Spirit, Science, and Craft of Seed Saving at First-Ever Mountain West Seed Summit in Santa Fe, New Mexico

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – October 12, 2016: After almost three years of seed education and organizing in the Mountain West, the nonprofit group Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance, in partnership with the Rocky Mountain Farmers Union, announces the first Mountain West Seed Summit. This unique conference will gather together “seed stewards,” individuals committed to preserving seed diversity, from the Mountain West region and beyond for three days of networking and seed knowledge.

RMSA Continues to Break New Ground in Regional Seed Movement

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – July 29, 2016: Locally grown seeds are the foundation to a healthy food system and environment. In the Rocky Mountain West, the premier nonprofit organization working to build regional seed security is the Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance (RMSA). The group’s mission is to assure an abundant and diverse supply of seeds for the Rocky Mountain region through education, networking, and establishing community-­based models of seed stewardship.

Move Over Monsanto: Seed School Teacher Training Creates a New Food System Rooted in Local Seeds

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – March 8, 2016:  Seeds may soon be the most valuable resource on earth. As many analysts and reporters have signaled, our global food system is in dire straits. Climate chaos, economic turbulence, and unsustainable farming practices have unleashed a perfect storm that threatens to topple “Big Ag” and puts our food security in peril. At the same time, a grassroots uprising against Monsanto and the genetic modification of our crops continues to grow around the world, demanding a new agricultural paradigm rooted in seed sovereignty.

Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance Celebrates First-Year Anniversary at The Community Library, Ketchum, Idaho

Event on August 12th focuses on local seed saving and sharing efforts

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – July 1, 2015:  After an exciting and productive inaugural year, the regional seed conservation nonprofit Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance (RMSA) is celebrating with an event at The Community Library. Gardeners, seed savers, and the general public are invited to come learn about the local seed movement that is taking root in communities across the Rocky Mountain region.  The Community Library recently became the new home of the Wood River Seed Library.

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