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  • State of the Seedshed

    This year, we turned to the wisdom of the cooperative to offer our State of the Seedshed. We reached out to four growers of Snake River Seed Co-op located in Northern and Southern Idaho, and Utah. The wealth of wisdom shared with us for this article will continue to inform upcoming articles. It's a good thing too because things just got even more complicated in the food world.

    Costs for wheat, corn, high-fructose corn syrup, and sunflower oil are expected to rise. Fuel costs are also reaching record-breaking highs, averaging at $4.17 per gallon nationally in the past week. Locally grown food is becoming more appealing by the day.
  • 2021 State of the Seedshed

    Woo-ee! What a wild, wild year this has been! 2020 taught us a lot. It ripped the band-aid off of many a gaping wound in this country, and shed li...
  • 2020 State of the Seedshed

    Greetings from this central Idaho winter wonderland at the dawn of a new decade….2020?! The future has arrived!  Let it be bountifully seedy!!! Th...
  • 2019 State of the Seedshed

    As I prepared our seed rack for the winter farmer's market last month, organizing the packets for all the hundreds of varieties Snake River Seed Co...
  • 2018 State of the Seedshed

    Now that the gardens have gone to sleep and I'm holed up in the seed shack with the crew, tucking these little miracles into packets, it occurs to ...
  • 2016 State of the Seedshed

    As we busily thresh and winnow the last of the 2016 seed crops under the 70 degree November sun, I heard a climate change denier has just been app...