Hudson Valley Seed
Ken Greene is the founder of the first seed library in the country, a project he germinated in a small town library. Today, the Hudson Valley Seed Company is a national seed source devoted to producing seed for home gardeners and farmers and celebrating seeds through art. Greene’s most recent endeavor is the growth of a Seedshed, a new non-profit focused on seed justice. Greene’s efforts have been profiled in a range of publications including New Yorker Magazine, Washington Post, Martha Stewart Living, Vogue, New York Times, Heirloom Gardener Magazine, and NPR. He has given presentations for diverse groups including the Northeast Organic Farming Association, Culinary Institute of America, Seed Savers Exchange, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Omega Institute, many Garden Clubs, and the National Heirloom Expo. In 2019 the Hudson Valley Seed Co was awarded The Garden Club of America Club Horticulture Commendation.
Ken is Participating in these Events
- Embedding Personal Wellbeing, Ecosystem Health and Strong Community Values in All Aspects of Product Development - Breakout Session on Wednesday, 5 June, 2019 at 15:30:00