To promote charitable donations of organic, heirloom seeds and to promote seed-saving education to fight hunger in Third World poor countries.
To help rural communities in Third World countries to create community seed banks, seed savers networks and organic seed production groups.
To promote in the USA, and elsewhere in the world, the creation of a network of voluntary organic gardeners devoted to the production of heritage seeds for charitable donation.
To promote partnership with seed-savers networks, NGOs and international foundations involved in the increasing of food production, in the improving of nutrition and in the pursuit of food security while managing the natural resources.
To promote educational and research programs in organic seed production, managing of genetic resources, reforestation, bee-keeping and organic sustainable gardening through workshops, publication of newsletters and books, and our web site.
To promote seed consciousness: sharing of seeds and of seed saving traditions.
Students and gardeners in the seed-gardens of Annadana
Unlike the other branches of Kokopelli in Europe, Kokopelli Seed Foundation will not sell any organic seeds of heirloom varieties. If you are looking for heritage seeds, you may contact the many organic seed companies and seed savers organizations in North America or visit the English web site of Association Kokopelli in France.