Sowing a Culture of Interdependence
One great resource for seed savers is Seed to Seed by Suzanne Ashworth.
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I know a lot of folks like the Ashworth book, but I love (and use) Carol Deppe's book Breed Your Own Vegetable Varieties - the second half is all about seed saving and not only is it chock full of the info presented in the Ashworth book, Deppe's book is infinitely more readable. I enjoy just reading it for the helluva it. Not so much with Ashworth.
If you haven't read The Seed Underground; A Growing Revolution to Save Food, by Ray, you are in for a treat - only spasmodically on saving seeds, it is a delightful book on WHY we save seeds and a little how to. A sweet and easy read, I found it very refreshing and very well written. It's a meditation on a revolution; our revolution.
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