"John Torgrimson stood before a 40-person audience at Goodman Community Center Wednesday night as an ambassador for the very small.“Every seed has a story to tell,” Torgrimson said. As executive director of Seed Savers Exchange, he leads one of the largest seed preservation efforts in North America, fueled in part by gardeners saving and mailing their favorite seeds to the nonprofit. Often the seeds come with a letter, detailing the plant’s journey before arriving into the care of Seed Savers in northeastern Iowa."
A nice article by Emily Eggleston, a former student in my ethnobotany class. It quotes me briefly near the end.
Via Eve Emshwiller