I was surprised and delighted to see seeds from the Hudson Valley – the “unknown” part of New York between the Catskills and the City.
“…Based in upstate New York, the Hudson Valley Seed Library offers more than 20 varieties of locally grown seed, most of them native to the region. By 2014, the company plans to source 100 percent of its inventory from local organic and certified naturally grown New York farms. …”
Editor’s Note: There are many “kills” in New York – not meaning the taking of life, but meaning creek in old Flemish (ie: fish creek, cat’s creek, cobles creek, etc.).