The whole issue of genetically modified food has me creeped out. I don't know as much about it as I should but the time to learn is now before it's too late. I am worried that at some point GM food will be the only thing available to us in the grocery stores. So shopping at and supporting your local Farmers Markets is important. Or even better, growing as much of our own food as we can. I used to do that back in "the day" but somehow thru moves and life changes fell away from it except in very small amounts. Oh yes, that was me, canning, milking goats, spinning, making soap, etc. With one big difference.....I was a lot younger!!!
Here is a list of seed companies that offer free catalogs of organic seed. I can't speak for all of these companies some of them are new to me. But even just reading thru their websites you can get a feel for what is going on in the seed industry today. I am certainly no expert but I am trying to educate myself on this issue. I hope you will as well. If you know of any other organic seed companies that you would like to share please feel free to list them in the comment section.
What are you planting in your garden this year?
EDITED on February 22 to add.......When I was in Fred Meyers yesterday I noticed that over the Ed Hume seeds there was a sign stating "no GMO " . So for those that only want a pack of seeds here and there without ordering from catalogs that might be an alternative with the added benefit that they are a local company.