Seeds and Soil Farm is a family-run, small-scale operation that takes meticulous care of the earth and spreads the good word about regenerative agriculture. The farm was launched in 2016 to help Alaskan gardeners increase their food security and knowledge of ecological growing practices. Seeds and Soil Farm specializes in producing heirloom and open-pollinated fruit, vegetable, herb, and flower seeds, along with local, nutritious food. Mother Nature leads the way; no-till methods keep the precious soil life intact, and pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides are never used in the market garden, whether organic or inorganic. The farm also offers classes where people can learn about gardening, including the ins and outs of growing microgreens, edible flowers, and kombucha brewing. The website also provides a wealth of information on permaculture practices, and seeds are available for online purchase. The boutique-style farm doesn’t have a retail store, but several gardening shops in the Alaska area sell its products. When you purchase from Seeds and Soil Farm, you support small-scale and ecological; the farmers say their hearts overflow with gratitude with every sale.