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The Ticker, January 4, 2020
The 56-acre Historic Barns Park at the Grand Traverse Commons consists of three nonprofit organizations: the Botanic Garden, the TC Community Garden, and SEEDS..
Traverse City Record Eagle, November 27, 2019
The City of Traverse City was awarded Gold Certification for its sustainability projects as part of the 2019 Michigan Green Communities Challenge.
9&10 News, November 5, 2019
Sarna Salzman with SEEDS, a nonprofit specializing in after school programs for ecology and conservation, breaks down the basics of composting for families.
9&10 News, October 16, 2019
SEEDS has offered an after school program at Fife Lake Middle School for years, now they’re taking the program over to the elementary school.
MLive, October 7, 2019
SEEDS Youth Conservation Corps is part of rare new trail construction at Sleeping Bear.
Kalkaska Review, September 19, 2019
SEEDS After School renewed and expanding in Kalkaska and Forest Area Schools
Families First Magazine, August/September Issue, 2019
SEEDS After School and the SEEDS Youth Conservation Corps programs are blooming in Benzie County.
Cadillac News, July 10, 2019
Quality After School and Summer Programming expanded to Marion Elementary.
The Benzie County Record Patriot, July 1, 2019
Local nonprofit SEEDS received 21st Century Community Learning Centers grants to renew current sites and add more for Fall 2019.
Traverse City Record Eagle, June 28, 2019
Teams competed in a water relay race used to demonstrate energy transfer during the SEEDS After School Field Day at the Historic Barns Park in Traverse City.
9&10 News, June 26, 2019
More than 100 students learned through play at Historic Barns Park. Video
The Benzie County Record Patriot, June 25, 2019
High School Youth Conservation Corpsmembers help build planter boxes for patients.
Traverse City Record Eagle, June 17, 2019
Program benefits Paul Oliver Memorial Hospital patients and staff.
9 and 10 News, May 30, 2019
SEEDS is another nonprofit that uses a piece of the land to practice farming, energy education and more.
The Antrim Review, May 16, 2019
Some classrooms get hamsters. Some classrooms get turtles. The classrooms at Rapid City Elementary got a sturgeon.
Traverse City Record Eagle, May 2, 2019
The SEEDS After School program at Rapid City Elementary hosted a sturgeon in partnership with the Little Traverse Bay Band of Odawa Indians.
Harbor Light, February 13, 2019
This work focuses on building new and stronger relationships and partnerships, supporting greater community understanding and increased engagement with clean energy efforts.
The Ticker, February 1, 2019
Change in light fixtures could reduce energy usage by over 15,000 kilowatt hours a year.