The Pioneer Group, November 26, 2010
SEEDS After School program will be putting down roots in Manistee.
Leelanau Enterprise, 2010
SEEDS, a Traverse City-based nonprofit that focuses on ecology and education, was recently awarded two 21st Century Community Learning Center grants from the Michigan Department of Education.
Record Eagle, August 2, 2010
Combine recycled and repurposed wood, enthusiastic youth, and a beautiful natural area...
Manistee News Advocate, 2010
Kevin Summers, president of the Sophia Community Garden Community, cut the ribbon at the dedication ceremony.
The SEEDS Youth Conservation Corps spends three days felling trees and loading them.
Groundwork Center for Resilient Communities, July 23, 2010
There is widespread consensus that real action must be taken now to decrease the impact we are having on our environment and combat climate change. To help guide the actions our community takes, SEEDS is launching a Climate Action Planning Survey.
Leelanau Enterprise, 2010
SEEDS Youth Conservation Corps teams up with BARC Recyling and Odom Reusable Building Materials to completely salvage a mobile home.
Groundwork Center for Resilient Communities, July 27, 2010
The very colorful Farm-to-School Eggmobile, created by the SEEDS Youth Conservation Corps, is now in place and in action.
Manistee News Advocate, June 16, 2010
SEEDS Youth Conservation Corps removes invasive species Autumn Olive.
Michigan Now, July 3, 2010
An interview with SEEDS Executive Director Sarna Salzman about moving back to Michigan.
Grand Vision Michigan, May 21, 2010
SEEDS Energy guru, Mike Powers, discusses what SEEDS has been doing to support energy efficiency in northwest Michigan and how those actions help SEEDS fit in as a key player in The Grand Vision's Energy Network.
Pittsburgh Park Conservancy, May 14, 2010
A SEEDS engineer works with the Pittsburgh Park Conservancy to design a rain garden.
Traverse City Record Eagle, May 10, 2010
A pow-wow was held Saturday at Suttons Bay High School to honor their graduating class. The event was organized by a student committee, SEEDS, and The Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians and will hopefully become an annual event!
Leelanau Enterprise, Spring, 2010
Members of the Tribal Student Council at Suttons Bay High School organized a first-ever student-led pow-wow to honor the school's 2010 graduates.
Record Eagle, April 23, 2010
More than 1,000 students from Benzie, Kalkaska, Forest Area, Mancelona, Alpena, Frankfort-Elberta, Bear Lake, Brethren, Sutton's Bay, and Manistee's Casman Academy are expected to attend a summit to talk about poverty, jobs, and financial health.
Record Eagle, January 25, 2010
Three Generations Circle of Women Givers contribute funds to support female SEEDS Youth Conservation Corps members.