Seeds for the 2012 Growing Season

These photos are what $100 worth of seeds looks like (as ordered from High Mowing, Comstock Ferre, and Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds).  As I pause to think on this snowy New England day about the joy my garden will bring me daily beginning in mid-May (knees and hands in dirt!) my thoughts are also with those family farmers fighting Monsanto in a court case to protect them from genetic trespass by Monsanto’s GMO seed.  Monsanto is trying to destroy family farming and pollute America’s food system. I don’t think you have to be a farmer or a foodie to appreciate this plight. I do and I am very thankful for my (for now) protected space to grow fresh, healthy food the way the environment not a board of uneducated overweight suits dictates.

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