When ancestral agriculturalists needed seeds, there were no glossy catalogs to leaf through. Instead, they acquired their planting stock through the time-honored practice of seedsaving, a tradition which stretches back some 10,000 years. To encourage a return to this lost art, we developed Seed Watch, a seed buyer's guide which demystifies confusing terms and supports choices that contribute to diverse farms and gardens. Seed Watch was produced with the generous support of the Southwestern Foundation and the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona, and is available in both English and Spanish. Please select a version below to begin your download (PDF format).