Seed Peace

  • Locations: Columns, Opinion Published

    CVEPA Views: Local Food in the Crystal Valley

    By Dale Will

    It wasn’t long ago that many were predicting the end of agriculture in our valley. Rising real estate values were seen as the death knell to our local capacity to grow food. Fortunately, we’re now in the midst of a true renaissance in public concern about local… read more →

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    SEED PEACE: Wild Mountain Seeds Plant Sale and Seed Talk

    Published

    Join Casey Piscura, local farmer, plant breeder and
    owner of Wild Mountain Seeds for a conversation on
    his work to breed resilient, beautiful, delicious and
    productive vegetable varieties for cold climates.
    Casey will highlight various aspects of seed saving
    and strategies they use to improve…

  • Locations: News Published

    Seed Peace hosts first-ever "squaction"

    The first-ever Squash Auction and Variety Showcase fundraiser for Seed Peace attracted a sizable crowd to Batch Provisions on Oct. 14. Prized selections of winter squash were sold to the highest bidder by Executive Director Casey Piscura along with vegetable-dyed aprons designed by Katie Browne of Box Eleven and printed… read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Local farm aspires to global impact

    Glimpses of bright, reflective ribbon shine out from between dense masses of green at the Wild Mountain Seeds greenhouse. These silver and neon orange ribbons are strung around plants that look healthy, green and bear a robust fruit. Around the flagged plants, others wilt and brown, struggling to grow.… read more →