Providing Solutions for

food sovereignty

Seed Saving & Sovereignty

“Seed freedom” - the freedom of indigenous peoples to grow and we want to encourage people to start taking practical steps to improve your own self-sufficiency before you really need it.

Seed is saved from harvest to harvest. After observing the pollination patterns and reproductive characteristics of the plant. Some remaining in the ground if possible as a back up storage, while rua are ideal. Maximum germination, seedling vigor, and longest storage life is achieved when fully ripened, current season, pest-free seed is harvested. Environmental conditions, lack of pollinators, and parasitism all can affect the quality of the seeds collected.

We believe in supporting food sovereignty through supporting Maori to grow their ancestral foods, and to revive our culture around kai.

plant heritage

Our Mission is to educate and empower a new generation of growers that will produce top-quality organic products for their community