Native Seeds: Supplying Restoration is a video series that explores the native seed supply chain in the western United States. Filmed over four seasons, this series weaves together footage of seed collectors, farmers, researchers, and land managers working to scale up the supply of native seeds to meet the growing restoration demand. We see the staggering scale of damage to vast landscapes and meet tenacious people who are finding creative, scrappy solutions to restore ecosystems.
This film is produced by the International Network for Seed-Based Restoration. We appreciate INSR allowing IECA to screen their film at the 2024 IECA Annual Conference & Expo.
Video crated by the International Network for Seed-Based Restoration (INSR) and Holden Films with support from: United States Bureau for Land Management, United States Forest Service, The Nature Conservancy, Curtin University and June & Paul Rossetti. Directed by Brady Holden and McKenna Asakawa.