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Welcome to a community of people planting, growing and saving seeds. Start your seed journey by clicking on the Ecological Seed Finder to help you source local and eco-friendly seeds from seed producers across Canada. Sign up to keep in touch with us. You'll receive seed tips and news and updates about food and agriculture. And help us continue our work with small-scale farmers and seed savers in 12 countries around the world. Together we can grow a better future - one seed at a time. 

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LottaHitschmanova tbnWhat's in a Name?

We’re called USC Canada because we started out way back in 1945 as the Unitarian Service Committee, founded by the energetic Dr. Lotta Hitschmanova. We’re still planting the seeds that Lotta sowed. Find out more about our founder, Dr. Lotta Hitschmanova.

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