No matter what happens, you’re sure to learn a lot about plants.
Seedshed strives to do for seeds what the organic, locavore and sustainability movements did for the vegetables and fruits they spout.
The project comes on the heels of a broader grainshed revival and has particular relevance as consumers become more aware of grains, which until recently were an afterthought of the broader food movement.
Our 13 most read stories of 2013 cover all of the Edible bases. They took us around the world — both by yacht and by plane — where we sampled everything from North African salad to Romanian rosé.
In our latest issue, Ann Monroe profiles Daniel Bowman Simon, a young entrepreneur who discovered a 1973 provision in the food stamp legislation that no one knew about–literally only one other person had ever heard of it– which said that food stamps could also be spent seeds and plants.