Discount for MSB from Seed Savers Exchange
Seed Savers Exchange now offers all MSB Members 10 dollars off your first year of membership. The mission of Seed Savers Exchange is to save North America’s diverse, but endangered, garden heritage for future generations by building a network of people committed to collecting, conserving and sharing heirloom seeds and plants.
When you join Seed Savers you receive a receive a 10 percent discount on all purchases from the Seed Savers, gain access to their Yearbook, an encyclopedic volume which, in 2010 offers 13,571 unique varieties to members from members, making it one of the greatest sources of heirloom varieties in the world. You will also receive 4 publications a year with great information about rare seeds and the progress other members are making.
Most importantly you will be supporting the work done by Seed Savers to preserve our heritage variety seeds. They now offer a discount to all MSB members on your first year of membership, normally a membership is 40 dollars a year but you can get yours for 30 dollars. The discount code for this offer is now in the benefits section of the Members Brigade.
Seed Savers Exchange is one of my favorite organizations for both the work they do and the incredible selection of seeds they offer. If you are an MSB Member please consider taking advantage of this offer today and support he work they are doing.
You Can Learn More about Seed Savers Exchange at SeedSavers.org
Glad you’re back Jack. I didn’t know where to stick this link, so I guess this post will do…
It’s Glenn Jacobs (WWE’s Kane)talking with libertarian radio host Ernest Hancock about his preps and some serious economic carnage headed our way. Prep talk is in the 2nd hour.
I don’t know about you, but I’m always a little tripped out to hear hulking pro-wrestlers discoursing eloquently on Austrian Economic theory. He’d make an interesting interview for your show, I think.
Keep up the good work, I’ve learned a lot, and appreciate it very much. Thanks.
Oops, all that writing, and I forgot to put the link in!
Declare your Independence with Ernest Hancock.