I was hoping you knew of a good seed exchange/ seed swap either over the net, through a mail service or seed company. If not Backwoods home should start one.

David Kleis
Kennwick, WA

If you type in “seed exchange” on your browser, you’ll find a bounty of different groups that swap seeds at no cost. I don’t do this, but exchange seeds with friends and neighbors. I really don’t have time for much mail exchange.

Running a seed swap is a tedious business; some folks don’t send their seeds, don’t pack them well enough or complain about the seed they get. It’s probably more than anyone at BHM could handle; we have all we can do on our individual homesteads and with the magazine! — Jackie