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GIVEAWAY: Heirloom Survival Seed Vault

Could you feed your family from your garden if you had to? What if you simply decided you wanted to?

This emergency survival seed vault was created to serve that very purpose.

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This seed bank contains 20 varieties of easy-to-grow heirloom vegetable seeds, and enough seeds to create a garden about a half-acre to an acre in size, depending on your gardening method. They are packaged in jumbo-sized triple-layered foil packets with built in zip-locks, so they are waterproof, and can be resealed once opened.

All seeds in the Heirloom Survival Seed Vault are heirloom varieties that are open-pollinated and 100% Non-GMO. The seeds may be planted, harvested, and replanted endlessly. Detailed planting, harvesting, and seed saving instructions are included.

Related: How Much Land Do You Need to Be Self-Sufficient?

Well, you voted for it on Facebook! Now you get to enter to win The Heirloom Survival Seed Vault!

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This giveaway is open to all U.S. residents. (Canadians who win will receive an Amazon gift certificate of equal value.) It will close at midnight June 8, 2013.

Good luck!

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About the author

Dawn Gifford

Dawn is the creator of Small Footprint Family, and the author of the critically acclaimed Sustainability Starts at Home - How to Save Money While Saving the Planet. After a 20-year career in green building and environmental sustainability, chronic illness forced her to shift her expertise and passion from the public sphere to home and hearth. Get the whole story behind SFF here.

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  • I love it all. We do all non-GMO organic and it’s the most wonderful thing to walk by a plant and grab a leaf and just eat it right off the plant, or a snow pea, and never have to worry about pesticides or the wrong DNA or anything like that. I love to ‘graze” in my garden and I’m not even a vegetarian!

  • Can I say I’d love to try all of them?? Well, except the beets. Beefsteak tomatoes, cucumber, romaine lettuce….now I’m getting hungry!

  • would love to try all of these but especially the Beefsteak Tomato, Scarlet Nantes Carrot, and Lincoln Shell Pea

  • beefsteak potatoes, crimson sweet watermelon, dark red beet, Golden Acre cabbage, Scarlet Nantes carrot.

  • We are trying to start a garden and this would be great! I can’t decide what I would be most excited to plant…onions wonder pepper, and tomatoes for salsa if I had to choose.

  • What a wonderful giveaway! I’d love to try them all, but the California Wonder Pepper caught my eye – I haven’t heard about the wonder pepper before. 🙂

  • Would love to plant them all because I am not sure that I have tried any of them. Love to eat straight from the garden to the table.

  • I would love any of these! I have, just in the past few years, discovered how much I like gardening and how much better I feel eating whole foods. I am learning how to take care of myself and my loved ones with herbs too. I haven’t had a cold since I started using herbs medicinally and eating whole veggies straight from the garden.

    Any veggie seeds or herb seeds or fruit seeds would be welcome, since they are non-GMO and heirloom varieties, two qualities that are very important to me.

  • I think the Detroit Red beets sound great, but my kids are much more excited about watermelon!

  • I’m most excited about the things we eat the most of: California Wonder Pepper, Scarlet Nantes Carrot, Marketmore Cucumber, Beefsteak Tomato, Waltham Butternut Winter Squash and Black Beauty Zucchini. Even though we are not currently eating corn, the idea of preserving a non-GMO variety is fantastic, so add Golden Bantam Sweet Corn to the list!

  • The Detroit Red beet sounds interesting! Pretty much any of the veggies sound great, though. We haven’t had a ton of success with tomatoes or corn here, but the rest would probably do well! Thanks for the chance!

  • I’m so excited about all of these veggies, but especially the corn! I would love some non-GMO corn in my life!!

  • I would love to grow any of them really but I haven’t grown watermelon as of yet 🙂 This has been in my Amazon wish list for a while !!!

  • I was bookmarking these just yesterday to add to my survival stash! I love that this mix includes both lettuce and broccoli sprouts! Whether I win or not, it is just one of their kits I will buy.

  • The beets! Hands down the beets. I love beets! And my son loves it when I make beet chips in the dehydrator so this could keep us in beets and beet chips for quite a while! 🙂

  • I have never tried heirloom gardening. Though have been wanting to for quite some time now. The zucchini and tomatoes excite me the most. Two of my favorite veggies!

  • This is my first year growing only heirloom seeds and all my plants are doing GREAT! So, I’d be thrilled to try everything in this Vault…I am sure it would all be wonderful. Great giveaway…Thanks!

  • Would love to try the cauliflower! I’m hoping to have a sizeable garden next season, we’re doing the work this year!

  • My favorite would have to be watermelon and tomatoes. But, I’ve never met a fruit or vegetable I don’t like.

  • Golden Bantam Sweet Corn! absolutely love fresh picked corn. Here we buy bags from the local farms to make creamed corn and cut corn to last the year, oh my the sore arm lasts for days 🙂

  • I would love to be able to grown them all,but I think my favorite would be cantaloupe!

  • the Medicinal Herb Garden Seeds (10 Easy-to-grow Medicinal Plants) looks awsome too…

    would love to grow tomatoes, kale and chard

    • My dream to have a herb garden would be one step closer,I love the variety of heirloom and think the easiest would be Black Beauty Zucchinni.

  • OH I love them all! Tomatoes go great with any pasta. Can you say salsa? Seriously there isn’t a seed that you can go wrong with, any of them would be good for your garden or survival kit.

  • I love most plants, but my fav (veggie) to grow is probably tomatoes. I’m also learning a ton of new recipies with cauliflower like pizza crust & alfredo sauce. I lOVE squshes, peppers, peas, & cucumbers. Im getting excited just thinking about gardening!

  • Winning this would be like manna from heaven! I just put in a second garden this year in an effort to become more independent.

  • My favorites are:

    Blue Lake Bean
    Scarlet Nantes Carrot
    Marketmore Cucumber
    Parris Island Cos Romaine Lettuce
    Beefsteak tomato

    🙂 Would love to win thanks for the opportunity!

  • I would love the corn as I avoid the GMO’s and I usually grow my own beets…Thanks for the chance

  • I love sweet corn but tend to stay away from it as its all GMO around my woods… however I also love beets and grow them myself. What a great giveaway thank you for the chance smallfootprint family!

  • There are a few varieties that I haven’t heard of that I would try: I love the name “Golden Bantam” sweet corn!

  • I would love the lettuces the best. I am tempted to buy an empty plot of land with just a well and power so I can garden on it. Ahh…dreams.

  • This is fantastic! Not only to I love gardening but I am all about survival preparedness 🙂
    I would love to win this!!
    I’ve had, and love Crimson Sweet watermelon!
    And two of my favorite veg are covered here – Marketmore cucumbers and Beefsteak tomatoes
    I’ll take it all 🙂
    Yay!! Thank you for sharing this!!

  • Zucchini is the best thing for me to grow. No one protests about eating it!!
    (And it grows prolifically)

  • I’d like the high protein package because all the seeds will grow well here in the northeast where I live.

  • Of course the watermelon would be my favorite, but I feel like the cabbage would go the farthest in feeding my family!

  • I am an avid gardener and am always buying seeds! this would be a great contribution to my garden.

  • I love anything that has to do with salad. I’m growing a garden now and would love to try those seeds.

  • They all look great. Black Beauty Zucchini, Crimson Sweet Watermelon, Green Sprouting Broccoli, and Golden Acre Cabbage have caught my eye.

  • The first ones I would grow are the watermelons, the beefsteak tomatos, the cucumbers and zucchini! Would LOVE to win it<3

  • Been trying to find “real seeds”…this would be great. Just mentioned GMO to a relative=he had no idea what I was talking about. Interesting…

  • I am excited for the chance to win these seeds, just now getting back into gardening and want to avoid all gmo seeds and plants

  • I would love to receive this…. Survival Seed Vault – Heirloom Emergency Survival Seeds Everything you need to grow to eat to survive and NOT tainted by Monsanto.. This is the one to have.. Thanks for the opportunity.

  • This seed survival pack is not only practical , it also looks beautiful. It inspires me to get in to the garden and wanting to grow . I love all veggies and herbs, don’t have a favorite.

  • I would totally love the medicinal variety. I am just learning how to use herbs and love it so far.

  • We’re very much into the survival/emergency preparedness mode as we live in the mountains and experience numerous power outages. Our last one lasted eleven days and fortunately it was during a blizzard (Hurricane Sandy) so we were able to pack our cold items in the snow. Everything stayed frozen!

    Putting up (canning/preserving is a necessity. As the gardener, I’d like to try the Waltham Butternut Winter Squash,Lucullus Swiss Chard and the Lincoln Shell Pea. This is a wonderful offer/giveaway and I thank you.

  • I would love to win this!! What a great variety of veggies! I would be the most excited about the Crimson Sweet watermelon, Marketmore cucumbers, and the Beefsteak tomatoes!! As several other have mentioned, all the veggies would be so cool to have though!

  • Yellow Spanish Sweet Onion!!!! My six year old son is an onion addict. He would eat them raw, he would eat them roasted, any way he can get them. I have been teaching him the dangers of GMO’s so now when buying produce he wants to know what kind of seeds they are from. It’s adorable.

  • For sheer enjoyment, I would love the tomatoes and peppers. But if it was a case of have to for survival, I would probably choose corn and beans.

  • I would love to grow cabbage although I’ve heard the bugs like it… that is why I haven’t so far… but it would be great for making sauerkraut! I’d like to try cauliflower and butternut squash as well 🙂

  • I’d love to grow the California Wonder Pepper, Golden Acre Cabbage, Lucullus Swiss Chard, Waltham Butternut Winter Squash, Black Beauty Zucchini, just to name a few!

  • I’m excited for the Golden Acre Cabbage – I make a lot of sauerkraut so it will come in handy!

  • great gift idea – great marketing – thanks – beets is what i would most liek to plant

  • Its easier to say what I wouldn’t especially care for because thats the shorter list!
    pepper, pease, swiss chard and radishes…everything else would be great!
    Thanx for the opportunity 🙂

  • We’ve grown a garden for 38 years, Tomatoes are a favorite and beef steak for sure. But I sure to like the Survival Seed Vault considering all that is going on in today world considering our food supply.

  • I Think ThisIs AN Incredibly Cool Kit. TheSpinach, And Squashes AreProbably My Favorite!

  • For me it would have to be the beans and broccoli. I’ve always wanted to grow my own broccoli.

  • I would love them all, but if I had to choose, it would be the beefsteak tomatoes, cauliflower, beans and broccoli- my first choices!

  • Theres nothing like pulling a carrot out of the ground and eating it; as fresh as you can get. My son would love the melons.

  • I totally agree, we must all be responsible for ourselves and our families and our neighbors. Looking forward to winning this prize!

  • Black Beauty Zucchini, Beefsteak Tomato and the Crimson Sweet Watermelon sound yummy.

  • I would love to grow broccoli. It is so easy to prepare or eat raw and it tastes so good!

  • They all sound so wonderful, but I think canteloupe and watermelon would be fun to try 🙂

  • OMG…I love the whole selection!! I would like to try the beans or romaine lettuce.

  • I am excited that the seeds are heirloom. We are trying to grow only heirloom now. I would be very interested in the blue lake beans and beefsteak tomatoes.

  • How to decide on just one? Love fresh, from the garden veggies! And it saves me so much money!

  • spinach, romaine, tomato, cantaloupe, onion, corn would be favorites. how hard would this be for a novice to grow? I’ve never had a garden or grown any plant before.

  • Oh, my. That is awesome! I love this kit. My favorite would be the blue lake beans…I love beans.

    • I love all the seeds, but my favorites are Cantaloupe, Tomatoes, Brocolli, Sweet Corn, Califlower & Green Beans.

  • Hales Best Cantaloupe would be awesome to have. Other things may be more practical, but I grew up growing a garden and cantaloupe was always a part of it. I used to pick them when they were warm and eat an entire melon in one sitting. Yum!

  • Survival Seed Vault – Heirloom Emergency Survival Seeds – Plant a Full Acre Crisis Victory Garden – 20 Easy-to-grow Varieties

  • Definitely the Broccoli and the spinach! I’ve never grown that before! That is such a cool idea, though, Id almost buy a pack just to grow now!

  • I was just looking at this kit in an ad in the Mother Earth Magazine.
    I would love to grow and try the Golden Acre Cabbage. My family loves cabbage.

  • Black Beauty Zucchini! Sounds delicious! I love Zucchini and can’t wait to try this! The Snowball Self-blanching Cauliflower sounds great as well. Sounds like it needs little tending.

  • I have used similar types of seeds before and I love them! I would like to try the sprouting broccoli and the chard, which overwinter here well.

  • I would be most excited to grow the Snowball Self-blanching Cauliflower. Cauliflower is my favorite vegetable and I use it as a major staple in recipes, salad dressings, dough, etc.

  • I would like to grow the victory garden. As someone who has only been out of school for a year, groceries are a big expense and growing a variety of plants would help ease that load a lot.

  • The medicine can and garden can as well!!:) hope it’s ok to share two! Thanks!! 🙂

  • My favorite would definitely be the snowball cauliflower. I have found so many incredibly yummy recipes (GAPS) for cauliflower. A close second would be the beefsteak tomatoes.

  • I am thinking that I would bury this seed vault until the time comes that I would want to renew the world with heirloom seeds…knowing myself I think that were that scenario to take place I would be most looking forward to a delicious, juicy, sweet watermelon. Like drinking cool, refreshing Earth.

  • I would love to plant them all but the Blue Lake Beans sound so good! I could live on green beans 😀 and the Beefsteak’s! I get serious cravings for fried green tomatoes 🙂

  • I have just been reading about heirloom seeds! This would be a lovely kit. Thanks for the opportunity!

  • I would love the Victory Garden – a balanced way to feed my family and friends.
    Thanks for the giveaway and the information!

  • I have to agree with the others– it is difficult to choose just one! I do like the victory garden variety — lots of variety!

    Thanks for sharing on our Healthy Tuesdays Blog hop!
    Kerry from Country Living On A Hill

  • We have a small garden and manage to get a lot out of it. Some of the varieties of seeds are new to me. I’d love to try them.

  • Wow! I would love to grow the tomatoes, corn, butternut squash, spinach, cabbage, onions, cantaloupe, zuchinni…. I am not sure what “self blanching” cauliflower is, but I love cauliflower, so that too…. YUM!!!!

  • I’d love to see the medicinal herbs paired with it! I love the Marketmore Cucumber and the squashes.

  • Just one?! I want them all. This is actually the seed pack that I have been looking at to purchase. So even if I don’t win, just that fact that you chose this and thus endorsed it in my eyes helps my buying decision. Thank you!!

  • I would most like to grow the Golden Bantam Sweet Corn. I hate that all of the corn in the market is GMO

  • It’s a toss up for us. We love watermelon and the Crimson Sweet sounds like it would be delicious on a hot summer day! However, we eat more tomatoes than anything else in salads, salsa, sauces, etc. and I would love to try the beefsteak tomatoes. I bet I can make a mean tomato pie out of those!

  • How does one choose only a single item they’d love? Onions? Watermelon? Several types of greens? Tomatoes?
    I cannot choose just one!

  • Why do Canadian residents get a gift card instead? Can the seeds not be shipped here?

  • I would love this and the seeds inside sound wonderful, I would love to try to grow this one – Hales Best Cantaloupe we love cantaloupe here and it would be fun.

    There are plenty of seeds in here to make gardening fun again, instead of a chore…

  • My daddy always grew beefsteak tomatoes. They continue to be one of my favs. We would pick them standing in the garden, and eat them warm in the sunshine with juice dripping down our chins!!

  • I am just getting started, researching how to feed a family from a garden. My goal for spring of 2014 is to have several raised gardens, and a compost pile. I would love to have these seeds to get started. I love that the packets are resealable for future use.

  • I would love the brussel sprouts and broccoli we already eat these weekly the whole selection looks wonderful

  • Well I know how to grow the cucumbers and squash but absolutely LOVE beets so it’s a toss-up!

  • What a great idea! I think the Salsa Garden Seeds would be enjoyable for us – we love tomatoes and peppers, and can’t get enough salsa, especially home grown!

  • So glad to know that these exist. I would love to win the Heirloom seed vault. I am glad to know about their other products though – especially the fruit and medicinal kits!

  • My favorites are beans and squash but I love most all veggies and fruits. I also would like to have fresh cooking and medicinal herbs. What a great idea! Thank-you for offering a giveaway that keeps on giving. 🙂

  • Tough choice! The herbs looks great, but probably I’d go with the tomatoes and beans if I HAD to make a choice!

  • I’d love to grow the Green Sprouting Broccoli and the Snowball Self-blanching Cauliflower. Thanks for the contest

  • I would want the medicinal seeds as well as the culinary seeds along with the Survival Seeds. We’ll need them all. . .

  • definitely yellow sweet onion & golden acre cabbage. cabbage & onions are already staples in our kitchen

  • I am interested in the Paris Island romaine and Marketmore cucumbers– we eat a lot of salads. Fruits scare me a bit so I would love to try and grow these.

  • Beans, tomatoes, beets and Peppers – although I wish they had acorn squash instead of butternut! 🙂

  • I grow heirloom tomatoes, cucumbers, and broccoli every year. I have not had much success with cantaloupe and watermelon, which I love. I am building an emergency survival seed kit each year as we harvest our garden and I would love to have some melons that work for us so that we could add them to our garden successfully.

  • I would love to plant some cantaloupe and beets! Wonderful selection. Thank you so much for the giveaway!

  • I love the seed vault – what a great concept and excellent gift. It would be great if you opened he competition to Australians too.

  • I’ve never tried growing cauliflower. That sounds great! I plant tomatoes and peppers every year, and the broccoli and beets sound fun/yummy too!

  • I would love to win this seed vault. I especially want to try the Hales Best Cantelope and Black Beauty Zucchini.

  • It’s so hard to choose only one. I’d love to grow the cabbage, beets, and beans. We eat a lot of all of those.

  • I would love to plant the Golden Acre Cabbage (we stir fry it, make sauerkraut, make kimchi, and so much more). I would also love to plant the green sprouting broccoli. Sounds delicious!

  • I have been wanting to get a garden going. I would especially love to try the snowball cauliflower 🙂

  • What a wonderful deal! I love the variety, and that most can be grown even in our area!

  • Well you said to choose one…. hmmmm I guess the blue lake beans but choosing one is hard!

  • Would love to try the Parris Island Cos Romaine Lettuce. As a matter of fact I am doing a garden this summer with a neighbor and we are needing some infill so I most definitely hope to win!

  • I’d love to grow everything! It’s hard to pick just one. My family lives all fruits and veggies.

  • I’d love to win the seeds. It’s such a battle to stay gmo and toxin free. . This would be amazing for my family.

  • My husband and I are planning to buy a home soon and I have been dreaming about a great garden to grow my own fresh fruits and veggies. Say no to Monsanto GMO!! yes to non-GMO whole fresh food!!

  • I’m most interested in the Marketmore Cucumber, Golden Bantam Sweet Corn, and Black Beauty Zucchini seeds.

  • I am transitioning to REAL foods and would love to plant ALL in this kit!!! The culinary herb selection would go right outside my kitchen!

  • I’d love to have this vegetable seed vault, I recently bought my first house and have just over an acre field on the side of my driveway that needs veggies and wild flowers for my honeybees!!

  • Ooooo! We’d looove the butternut squash seeds! We are very into squash at this house, haha!

  • Golden bantam corn – I remember eating this variety as a child, but haven’t seen it since.

  • Great idea, I love the garden in the can! Thanks for the opportunity to win this great product!

  • I love corn, therefore I would like to try to grow the Golden Bantam Sweet Corn. Decision was tough.

  • I think it would be great to have a medicinal garden. I am still trying to learn what oils to use and when!

  • This would be a great win! I’m hoping to use our garden (building this year, planting next) to feed my family as long as possible. I’m learning a lot about growing and preserving!
    Having to learn how to use different veggies, add the favorite tomatoes and peppers take a lot of work to grow here in zone 4!

  • I would love the Crimson Sweet Watermelon. My 4-year-old can eat his weight in melon each year.

  • That looks like a dream come true for our starving-student family! The variety is fantastic.

  • Zucchini at my house since we’ve been replacing grain and zucchini noodles are a staple.

  • This is a great giveaway! Lots of people win when we grow our own healthy foods.

    • I forgot to state my veggie seed choice. It would be the Detroit Dark Red Beet. I’m from the Detroit area and I love making fermented beet kvass.

  • The watermelon and onions… Beets, too! This would be AWESOME! I could feed my entire growing family on pure and natural organic veggies and fruit!

  • Beets and butternut squash are nutritional powerhouses, not to mention pretty easy to grow!

  • Oops! I didn’t mean to reply to someone. My favorite thing to grow is still tomatoes.

  • It’s so hard to choose which seeds variety I’d most like to plant – I want to plant them all! But, if I had to choose just one I think it would have to be the “Detroit Dark Red Beet” because it has so many nutrients because of its rich, dark color. We juice with beats all the time for great nutrition. We’re planning a garden and would LOVE to plant these wonderful heirloom seeds!

  • I want to say I would love to plant them all! To chose one since I have to I will go with Black Beauty Zucchini.

  • I would love to grow the black zucchini because no zucchini that you buy in the store is non gmo! I am trying to stay away from that. Also the self blanching califlower sounded interesting! Great giveaway!

  • I’d love to grow the Detroit Dark Red Beets (I’m a beet addict!) and the Waltham Butternut Winter Squash. Yum!!

  • Lucullus Swiss Chard, I love to juice Chard and I really love to saute it with garlic and red pepper.

  • The Medicinal Herbs look great but this Heirloom seed vault is what I’d really LOVE! Thanks for the chance to win!

    • I’d pick the GMO free corn is what I’d really like to get in the ground. It’s so hard to find 🙂

  • Not a seed would be wasted! We plant our acre every year, would love to try your heirloom varietals.

  • I would LOVE to grow some of the beefsteak tomatoes, sweet Spanish onions,
    cantaloupe, cauliflower, and zucchini … sigh. Gardener’s dream come true!

  • Love this Heirloom Seed Survival Kit! This is my first year as a Gardner and still a little overwhelmed. I only have strawberries, kale, cukes and tomatoes. Hope they do okay and Boy would the seeds you’re giving away help me enhance the new garden:) Thanks for the opportunity!

  • Such a hard choice but I would say that the tomatoes and zucchini would be my top choice… I’ve grown black beauty zucchini before and it’s my favorite!

  • What a fantastic group of seeds! I would especially love to plant broccoli! It’s my son’s favorite and I haven’t had much luck growing it in the past!

  • I would love to try the melons, as well as the lettuce and carrots although EVERYTHING looks great.

  • I have been looking for heirloom seeds for all my plantings. Some varieties are hard to locate. The more I read and plant the more I want to keep these seeds in circulation.
    I especially like the spinach and carrot seeds.
    Keep up the good work.

  • With so many varieties it would be hard to single one out! It does look like a good spread for starting out though.

  • I love how versatile winter squash are. I’d love to grow them so I could make a soup with the Butternut squash, bantam corn and sweet Spanish onions

  • Spinach, beefsteak tomatoes, cucumbers, radishes – oh, my! I’m a salad lover (and so are my children), so my mouth is watering just thinking about it all!

  • This is a great selection of seeds…we just bought a house after renting for years and are looking forward to being able to have a garden. Romaine lettuce is my favorite (glad those seeds are included)….radishes, too. Would really like to grow cantaloupe and watermelon.

  • This is an A-Mazing offer! This seed vault would be such a great addition to our prep for disaster! Thank you for this opportunity!

  • I’d like to try growing the lucullus swiss chard. I haven’t grown this variety yet.

  • I was surprised to see how many of the things I already grow are “heirloom” varieties. Would love to try the beets though, we have yet to grow beets on our homestead.

  • I’d really love to grow the Detroit dark red beets not only because I love making root chips but I also use the coloring for natural dye.

  • All the Survival Seed Vaults look of interest. I especially like the medicinal herb and the culinary herb. Thank you for putting these together!

  • The children and I looked over the description and were most excited by the Blue Lake Beans, the Lincoln Shell Pea, and the Crimson Sweet Watermelon.

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