Become a Grower JAN-DEC

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By BECOMING A GROWER with Community Seed Bank (Australia) you are:

  • supporting Australian home growers (just like yourself)
  • ​helping us to obtain rare & heirloom seed from both within Australia and overseas for the purpose of introducing it back into the Australian market
  • helping to educate home growers in traditional seed saving methods 
  • keeping our vegetable heritage alive

You are also able to:

  • receive 10% off all seeds in the Community Seed Bank (Australia)
  • receive 6 free seed packets with each full year membership purchased (a random sample chosen by us)
  • receive our occasional newsletter on all things pertaining to seed, including seed saving tips and education
  • gain access to our full range of step-by-step seed saving guides - CLICK HERE for example

In addition to all of the above you also:

  • gain access to our 'Inner Seed Bank' containing only the very rare seeds which need to be grown out & saved
  • become eligible to participate in our 'Adopt a Seed' program
  • become eligible to sell seed back to Community Seed Bank (Australia)
  • gain access to free membership when you become a reliable and regular seed grower / supplier

​Once we have received your order to become a grower with CSB(A) we will notify you within 24 hours (allow extra time over the weekend) letting you know that you now have access to discounted CSB(A) seed packets, that your complimentary 6 free seed packets are on their way and that you are now able to search and order seed from our 'Inner Seed Bank' and 'Adopt a Seed' Program.

Terms and Conditions
When choosing to become a grower with CSB(A) you automatically agree to the following conditions:

  • CSB(A) reserves the right to terminate membership at any time
  • Seed packets obtained through CSB(A) may not be resold
  • No seed is to be offered for sale back to CSB(A) which has been purchased or obtained from other seed companies
  • Any photos submitted to CSB(A) become the property of CSB(A) a subsiduary of The Lost Seed
  • CSB(A) reserves the right to have first option to buy any seed that is grown from seed originally obtained through CSB(A).  ie.  any seed harvested from CSB(A) seed packets is to be first offered to CSB(A)  If we are unable to purchase, or decide not to purchase the seed, it may then be offered to another seed company for sale
  • All seed packets obtained through CSB(A)'s 'Inner Seed Bank'  or 'Adopt a Seed' program are NOT to be handed or passed on to any other seed company or grower for other seed companies.  
  • Seed obtained through the 'Inner Seed Bank' or 'Adopt a Seed' program is solely for the purposes of growing out and offering back to CSB(A).  These seeds are precious and much effort and expense has been taken to obtain them.  

By choosing to purchase 'Become a Grower' you automatically agree to the Terms and Conditions above.

We highly recommend the book 'The Seed Garden' by Lee Alan Buttala and/or 'Seed Savers Handbook' by Michel & Jude Fanton


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