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Permaculturally-grown garden seeds from the BZ Collective Farm

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We are offering permaculturally-grown garden seeds from the BZ Collective Farm in Northeast Washington state that you can purchase online.

Many of our varieties have been saved on this farm for years, getting more acclimated to our short, cool, northern conditions with every generation. Our seeds are permaculturally-grown, as are our fruits and vegetables which we sell at the Northeast Washington Farmers' Market in Colville.

Buy Seeds Online:

Our Website:

Permaculturally-grown means we grow things by hand, here on this off-the-grid farm, in composted soil using no synthetic chemicals. Every season we work to build our soil and increase our biodiversity while creating a living environment with a clean, abundant yield. We strive to heal and nurture the land so that seven generations from now, it's beauty and bounty will still be able to heal and nurture its inhabitants.

Your purchases help establish the Bezaleel Israel Eco-Village Community Land Trust and Collective Farm.

If you live nearby, visit us at the Upper Columbia Seed Swap on Feb. 25 at the Kettle Falls Public Library
615 S. Meyers St., Kettle Falls, WA.
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