Craft Hemp Since 2006

At the Good Seed, we believe in restoring the role of farmers and gardeners as stewards and protectors of sacred land.


Our human-scale model provides a regenerative, craft alternative to industrial agriculture and extractive economics.

Guided by powerful plant collaborators we deepen our resolve and hope for a joyful and resilient future.

Our Origin Story: Re-Connecting to the Land

In 2006, we started The Good Seed Hemp Company, farming hemp, grain, and vegetables in our Metis Homeland in Treaty Six Territory, on the shores of Kwakostowin Lake, Saskatchewan. We had an antique tractor and equipment, family land and big dreams.

A dream of joyfully connecting to the land while bringing healthy food and medicine to the people. Over time, the dream has grown to include raising children, exploring the diverse uses of hemp, learning about multitudes of sustainable agriculture methods both new and ancient, trading seeds with other Nations across Turtle Island, and helping others re-connect to land as sacred.

We now live and cultivate on leased land in traditional Coast Salish Territory on Southern Vancouver Island while maintaining and increasing biodiversity on the family land in Saskatchewan. We hope our offerings inspire and bring you joy!

OUr 2023 PRODUCT offering

Nez Perce Salmon River Squash

$10 (20 Seeds) / 200 in Stock - Nutrient dense, long-keeping squash. Native to the PNW and easy to grow.

Algonquin Long Pumpkins

$10 (20 Seeds) / 200 in stock - These unique shaped, long pumpkins are easy to grow and semi-drought tolerant. They produce nutrient dense pumpkins that keep well into January.

Tuscarora White Corn

$10 (20 Seeds) / 200 in Stock - Vigorous-growing traditional corn. Produces very tasty white kernels for making corn flour or corn meal. This corn is rewarding to grow as it does not require excessive amounts of water or fertilizer as some of the hybrid sweet corns, while still reaching heights of 9 - 11 feet.

Tom Thumb Lettuce

$10 (50 Seeds) / 200 in Stock - Produces one of the tastiest, crunchy lettuce we have ever tried. Grows like a loose iceburg lettuce, so you can harvest some of the leaf before harvesting the whole thing.

Rouge D’Hiver Lettuce

$10 (50 Seeds) / 200 in Stock - One of the most cold hardy red lettuce varieties we have seen. Has an ever so slight bitter taste, under a sweet crunch.

Grand Rapids Lettuce

$10 (50 Seeds) / 200 in Stock - Cold-hardy green leaf lettuce, just keeps on producing as you pick of the outer leaf for salads. Easy to grow.

Ceremony Tobacco

$10 (20 Seeds) / 200 in Stock - This plant is easy to grow in the garden and produces sticky leaf which you can harvest and use as a gift or ceremonial offering. This is not for smoking!

Phacelia Flowers

$10 (30 Seeds) / 200 in Stock - Very easy to grow, these flowers attract many different kinds of pollinators. We have seen butterflies, native bees, honey bees, flies and hummingbirds loving up this flower.

Buckwheat Flowers

$10 (50 Seeds) / 200 in Stock - Very easy to grow, and once it starts flowering it doesnt stop until frost so it continues to provide for pollinators all through the season. Also makes an excellent cover crop.

Saskatchewan Thunderfox

$40 (8 Seeds) / 500 in Stock - This hemp variety comes from a long line of industrial hemp used for fiber and seed in North America. We've bred this line using landrace strains from the prairies and have spent over a decade selecting seeds that do well in the PNW.

Botanically Infused Hemp Oil

Hand-crafted in small batches, using our traditional recipe. $30 - $100

*Sliding Scale Pricing

We want our work and products to spread joy and provide tangible allyship by being available to all who are interested. We offer sliding scale pricing for folks in need of a discount, youth empowerment garden programs, Indigenous food sovereignty groups, and all those negatively affected by colonization.

If you are interested in our offerings, but need a discount to participate, please send us an email discussing who you are, which of our products you are interested in, what it will be used for and what you think you can afford or offer in a reciprocal way.

We will get back to you and go forward from there.