From rural spaces to urban rooftops, Epic Seeds strives to strengthen cultural identity and celebrate the act of growing.
Epic Seeds’ roots first took hold in the loom of Garden’s Edge, a 501 (c)3 non-profit corporation that works with sustainable agriculture and seed saving in Guatemala and New Mexico.
From these roots, the idea to preserve, cultivate and share the stories of peoples - through the epic tales of their seeds’ survival and dynamic, ever-giving nature - was born.
Starting with Qachuu Aloom (Mother Earth) Farmers’ Association — a Guatemala-based, Maya-run organization that was created to rebuild communities in the aftermath of the civil war, and Amyo Farms in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Epic Seeds will grow a global network of agri-economic opportunity for indigenous cultures and farmers everywhere. From rural spaces to urban rooftops, Epic Seeds strives to strengthen cultural identity and celebrate the act of growing.
Epic Seeds brings heritage and heirloom seeds as well as other tried and true, open pollinated varieties to the market, with a percentage of proceeds from seed sales donated to The Garden’s Edge, for seed saving projects.
Seeds We've Planted
Sharing Epic Seeds with Los Angeles Seed Bank