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About Galusha Hill | Galusha Hill Organic Seeds
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About Galusha Hill

Galusha Hill Organic Seeds is located on an isolated hilltop in Vermont’s North East Kingdom.

Founded in 2009 we produce organic vegetable seeds adapted to short seasons, cold nights, and windy conditions. All of the seeds we sell are grown and tested on our home farm.

Our isolated location allows us to grow pure seed crops free from cross pollination and genetic contamination. We use organic methods and low input growing techniques to ensure our seed populations will excel on organic farms and gardens.

We focus primarily on heirloom crops and some new varieties developed by organic breeders and seed savers. We are committed to providing vigorous organic seeds which will thrive in your garden and produce plants to delight the senses.

The Galusha Guarantee

We guarantee that our seed has been germination tested and exceeds state and industry standards for germination rate. Our liability is limited to the purchase price of the seed packet itself.

If you should experience any problems with our seeds, please let us know. We will refund the purchase price for the seed packet. Feedback is always appreciated in our effort to bring you high quality, locally adapted organic seeds.

The Open Source Seed Initiative Pledge

We are very excited to be a seed company partner with The Open Source Seed Initiative (OSSI).

OSSI is dedicated to maintaining fair and open access to plant genetic resources worldwide in order to ensure the availability of germplasm to farmers, gardeners, breeders, and communities of this and future generations.

At Galusha Hill Organic seeds we believe that the genetic heritage of our food crops belongs to everyone. Countless humans have worked to develop new species and varieties of plants over thousands of years to benefit all of humankind.

Due to new interpretations of patent law, companies are placing restrictions on more plant varieties than in the past; sometimes without valid justification.

Plant breeders who pledge their varieties with OSSI are recognized for their work and sometimes compensated. The varieties that they develop remain in the public domain for breeding by universities and individuals. We carry several OSSI pledged varieties in our catalog which are designated with the OSSI logo.