The future is in our hands...
Eloheh Farm is a micro-oasis of bio-diversity in the midst of the Willamette Valley’s production-driven, factory grown agriculture of mono-cultural blight. We use no herbicides, pesticides, fungicides, or GMO products and we grow our vegetables from our own farm-direct seeds, assuring the customer that our food is safe at every step. The food grown at Eloheh Farm are what we feed ourselves, our children and our grandchildren. Eloheh Seeds has vegetables, herbs, staple crops, flowers, wild-growns, medicinals and nicotiana/tobacco. You can be assured that all Eloheh Seeds are of the highest-quality, fully utilizing "organic principles."
- Local farm-direct
- Tested for three seed generations before being sold
- No pesticides, herbicides, or other poisons
- GMO and GE free (Genetically Modified Organism/Genetically Engineered)
- Open Pollinated ("OP" means you can save your own seeds and grow the same basic plant year after year but not true with Hybrid or GMO/GE seeds)
- Indigenous to the Americas or other Heirloom varieties
- Farming principles that care for the soil, the flora, fauna, insects, birds and other animal life around us
- Water-wise, choosing crops not requiring unsustainable or earth harming efforts
- We grow, harvest and eat are our own food and medicinals
- International seed and chemical corporations with great political influence want to corporatize and own the world's seed varieties and adapt them, so those seeds need their chemicals in order to grow well, and so you must purchase them from those corporations year after year.
- Today, hybrid plants are popular and often bred for easier shipping or faster growth but they lack many of the original nutrients, good taste and the ability to fight disease. Keeping the seeds pure ensures they will be around in the future.
- Many ancient seed varieties that have been on the earth for hundreds and even thousands of years are now going extinct. We now have only about 10% of many of our vegetable seed varieties that existed in the world 100 years ago. These important seed varieties are fast disappearing. Once they are gone, they are lost forever.