The Association of Official Seed Certifying Agencies (AOSCA) has an approved seed certification class for wild land seed collections called the “Source Identified Class” which enables a certification agency to verify the origin and ecotype of a given wild land seed harvest.Recent interest in site-specific seed harvests prompted the reclamation seed industry to request assistance from the AOSCA in developing a reasonable yet reliable method for verifying seed harvest locations.Seed that is harvested following the approved guidelines and procedures for the Source Identified Class can ultimately receive a certified seed yellow tag which indicates that the location of the seed harvest was verified as well as possible by the certification agency.
USDA announces $40 million available to help ranchers restore sage grouse habitat. Click here to be taken to the USDA’s webpage for more information.Attention Private Landowners! Usda Makes Funds Available For Sage Grouse Habitat Restoration
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