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Organic Seed Bank


Deer Mountain is in development of creating a multi-phase department operation that integrates worldwide strategic partners in commerce projects for networking, marketing, expanding and cross-promoting the 10 Business Projects. 


While some of these pictures below depict other operations from other affiliated businesses, these pictures are used to convey the ideas, implementations and integration to develop Deer Mountain into a truly innovative and visionary green energy, sustained living spiritual center.


Deer Mountain is creating a worldwide consortium of other like-minded organizations, foundations, asso- ciations, institutes, temples and churches to assist in creating a networking green energy sustained living model and forum for education, teachings, healings and community programs. 


     Genetic Resource Center Seed Bank
                   Manila, Philippines
    Collecting Seeds on the Banks Of The




An organic seed bank program will also be developed in conjunction with the green house farming.  A seedbank is a type of gene bank for storing seeds as a source for planting food crops, or those of rare species to protect biodiversity and preserving rare or extinct plants used in traditional and indigenous medicine. 



The seeds stored may be food crops, or those of rare species to protect biodiversity. The reasons for storing seeds may be varied.  A seedbank stores seeds as a source for planting in case seed reserves elsewhere are destroyed.  In the case of food crops, many useful plants that were developed over centuries are now no longer used for commercial agricultural production and are becoming rare. Storing seeds also guards against catastrophic events like natural disasters, outbreaks of disease, or war.  Seeds are dried to a moisture content of less than 6% and then stored in freezers at -18C or below with little damage to their DNA and they remain viable and are easily stored in seedbanks.

Rodger--   (818) 431-1683
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