Updated 2018 Oregon Seed Sources Graphic

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Please enjoy and share our updated list of Oregon seed companies offering organic, heirloom, non-GMO, open-pollinated, and open-source seeds.


Being as there are numerous small farms in Oregon that offer seeds and bulbs, we’re sure we’ve overlooked some of them. If you have a farm, or know of a farm that offers seeds of this variety that should be listed as a resource, please contact us! And let us know of any corrections.

We're a small group of volunteers working to create a robust local food system and part of that process has been to update this chart annually to help support Oregon farmers and seed breeders, as well as the environment, pollinators, biodiversity, and the nutritious food that flows from this nexus.

Speaking of volunteers—we're always looking for more! If you'd like to submit stories, interview local farmers, fundraise, create educational resources, table, or anything else that you are good at, please contact us (www.cultivateoregon.org). You likely know us from the Yes on 92 campaign, and campaigns in Southern Oregon and Benton County. Our focus is to build strength from the ground up and champion Oregon farmers who cultivate food in a way that is respectful to their neighbors and the land.

In full disclosure, Chris Hardy of Hardy Seeds is on our Steering Committee. However, Hardy Seeds and the other seed companies are listed not out of any sort of transactional affiliation with Cultivate Oregon, but because we want to promote them as a resource for people who want to support non-GMO and organic local seed stocks.

Here's the list: