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The Ticker, March 26, 2021
Key highlights from the DDA's 2020 Annual Report, including the SEEDS Sara Hardy Farmers Market. See the full report here.
North Star, Volume 40, No. 1, January-March 2021
SEEDS EcoCorps worked the North Country Trail Association to improve the trail in both the Manistee National Forest and on private land.
9&10 News, March 2, 2021
SEEDS students at Forest Area Schools are using math and science to create a tasty treat.
Rotary Charities, March 1, 2021
SEEDS Ecology and Educuation Centers, along with other organizations, tackle food and organic waste.
9 & 10 News, February 26, 2021
Seeds from the Poesis Farm at Historic Barns Park are being put out in the community at a local seed swapping event.
The Ticker, February 22, 2021
Traverse City sucuesfully achieved its goal in 2020 of using clean energy for all of its own metered operations .
Manistee News Advocate, January 15, 2021
SEEDS students engage in nature art projects, gardening, cooking and other activites.
The Ticker, December 7, 2020
The Grand Traverse Conservation District kicks off National Biochar Week with a virtual meeting of the minds.
Manistee News Advocate, December 2, 2020
The SEEDS EcoCorps improved more than 80 miles of North Country Trail during the 2020 season. Crew members worked as far south of White Cloud and as far north as Lake Superior.
The Ticker, November 30, 2020
The Traverse City Downtown Development Authority is preparing to bring back the virtual Sara Hardy Downtown Farmers Market starting in January.
North Country Trail Association, November 22, 2020
SEEDS EcoCorps worked with the NCTA to improve Trail in both the Manistee National Forest and on private land.
9&10, November 13, 2020
The nonprofit SEEDS brought back a sweet part of Forest Area School's curriculum - maple sugaring.
The Kalkaska Review, November 5, 2020
Kids at Forest Area Community Schools will again be making maple syrup with the return of the new sugar shack, a project spearheaded by SEEDS Site Coordinator Joe Kreider
Manistee News Advocate, October 9, 2020
Natural areas in Manistee County are now more accessible than ever, thanks to SEEDS EcoCorps
9&10 News, September 8, 2020
The Poesis Farm at the SEEDS Community Garden provides fresh food and an opportunity to gain farming skills.
9&10 News, September 4, 2020
9&10 News' Courtney Hunter interviews SEEDS Executive Director Sarna Salzman. Listen to the podcast here!
Learning to Give, September 2020
Marion Elementary SEEDS students rocked another project. Watch the video here!
Learning to Give, August 2020
Marion Elementary SEEDS students learn about water testing from Ms. Erin Guesno. Watch the video here!
Northern Express, July 27, 2020
SEEDS manages superb paradign shift at farmers market during a very difficult time.
9&10 News, July 11, 2020
Northwestern Michigan College and Michigan State Univeristy students got hand-ons oppurtunities at the SEEDS Community Garden.
Cadillac News, July 8, 2020
SEEDS After School is working hard at keeping young minds engaged over the summer
The Ticker, July 4, 2020
SEEDS has partnered with Farm Club to build a boardwalk off the TART trail
9&10 News, July 2, 2020
More updates are popping up on Front Street!
9&10 News, July 1, 2020
The Father Fred Foundation has partnered with SEEDS to create a community garden to provide fresh produce to those in need. See the video here.
Traverse City Record Eagle, May 16, 2020
The Sara Hardy Downtown Farmers Market has moved virtual for ordering.
The Ticker, May 6, 2020
The Traverse City Downtown Development Authority and Taste the Local Difference partnered with SEEDS to launch of the virtual Sara Hardy Downtown Farmers Market
Traverse City Record Eagle, April 16, 2020
Sarna Salzman the Excutive Director of SEEDS, explains how SEEDS is continuing to provide daily academic and cultural enrichment for it's 11 rural sites.
The Ticker, March 4, 2020
SEEDS Ecology & Education Centers announced it is rebranding its Youth Conservation Corps program to SEEDS EcoCorps, reflecting an expanded focus that welcomes participants of all ages into the career exploration program.
The Review, February 27, 2020
SEEDS Ecology & Education Centers unveils their 20-year report and announces the new name of the Youth Conservation Corps.
The Ticker, February 3, 2020
The first phase of the study about the future needs of the airport was an open house facilitated by SEEDS, when attendees were asked to weigh-in on everything from airport processes to recycling on-site to potential building materials.
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.