Seed storage in Norway - Bing Images
On a desolate Arctic island off the coast of Norway is the Svalbard Global Seed Vault, a repository with the capacity to hold up to 2.25 billion seeds in the event of a "doomsday" catastrophe.
When the vault was first built in 2006, more than 100 countries contributed seeds. The concrete building is outfitted with steel airlock doors, fencing and a guard system. At the time of its opening, a BBC article said its backers called it "the most secure building of its type in the world."
'Doomsday' Svalbard Global Seed Vault Protects World's Food Supply (PHOTOS)
With financing from Bill and Melinda Gates, they have every seed plant from around the world stored. Sealed in cryovac packages and frozen, any world wide disaster we theoretically will still have a seed of that species.
Good idea, I just do not trust Monsanto.