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The world has lost 75% of the genetic diversity in our food crops. We are going to do something about it!

Matthew Goldfarb Petra Page-Mann

Each time we lose a variety of a seed a food crop becomes extinct. As crop diversity diminishes our plants lose the ability to adapt to climate change, pests and disease. Unless we create alternatives to how seeds are produced and distributed our entire food system is in danger.
That is why we started a new seed company called Fruition Seeds. Our mission is to provide organic, regionally adapted seed grown in and for the Northeast. We have committed ourselves to restore our seed diversity

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  • Matthew Goldfarb Petra Page-Mann

    thanks for the heads up! we are launching next week and I am new to Just trying to get a feel for how it works and how to connect with people who care about regionally adapted organic seed and doing something proactive about the seed crisis.

    Any tips?


  • Yasha Wallin

    Nice idea - it doesn't look like the link works?

    • Matthew Goldfarb Petra Page-Mann


      For the last year my partner Petra and I have been pouring our lives into a new project called Fruition Seeds. On Tuesday June 18th we're unveiling our seeds that are regionally adapted, certified organic and are part of creating solutions to the seed crisis.

      Take a sneak peak at Fruition Seeds

      I would love to know your feedback.

      Thanks so much,