Traverse City Business News, 2012
What SEEDS is doing to keep it green.
Leelanau Enterprise, 2012
SEEDS Youth Corps will be presented an award for their Full Circle Black Locust project in Washington, D. C.
Up North Live, December 31, 2012
At Benzie Central High School, in collaboration with SEEDS After School, students will put on a Water Fair after a year long study of water related issues.
Traverse City Record Eagle, December 6, 2012
Twelve $1,500 grants awarded to local schools seek to make students the next stewards of Michigan's water. One was awarded to Benzie Central High School where SEEDS after school students will collaborate on a Water Fair with the Benzie County Water Festival.
MI News 26, December 3, 2012
The local robotics program is supported by SEEDS' After School "science engineering math and technology' initiative.
Up North Live, November 28, 2012
The Grand Vision Energy Network is looking to gather community input on how regional leaders should pursue affordable, sustainable energy.
Up North Live, October 19, 2012
The annual Great Lakes Bioneers Conference leads discussions on how to keep Northern Michigan ecosystems beautiful for generations to come.
Up North TV, October 16, 2012
Sarna Salzman, Executive Director of SEEDS, is interviewed about the upcoming Great Lakes Bioneers Conference
Up North TV, October 2012
Sarna Salzman, Executive director of SEEDS, is in to talk about the upcoming BIONEERS Conference coming soon on the 19-21st of October at Northwestern Michigan College.
9&10 News, October 9, 2012
Teams are working around the clock to clean up the mess at Brown Bridge Dam site, and rescue the wildlife whose lives are at risk.
Northern Express, October 8, 2012
Rolf and Mari von Walthausen will present “Build Your Shelter, Rebuild Your Life” Sunday morning at 10:15 a.m. at this year’s Great Lakes Bioneers Traverse City Conference.
Record Eagle, September 26, 2012
A conservation crew with SEEDS cut, pulled, and hacked away thick brush from a trailhead at the Natural Education Reserve in Traverse City. The jobs in a hard economy were made possible with a Civilian Conservation Corps model.
Second Wave Northern Michigan, September 25, 2012
What if there was a way to save money at your business, create jobs locally, promote local economic development, improve your business' sustainability and lower its environmental impact all at once?
My North, September 14, 2012
Traverse City Events: In its 11th year, the Great Lakes Bioneers Conference will showcase a weekend of inspiring local and national speakers, skill building workshops, live music and internationally recognized experts on issues regarding people and planet on October 19-21, 2012 at Northwestern Michigan College in Traverse City.
Leelanau Enterprise, June 28, 2012
The SEEDS Youth Conservation Corps may build an observation deck with a boardwalk and seating benches, as well as a new set of stairs leading to the beach for the Old Settlers Park in Empire Township if they receive a grant.
The Record Eagle, June 27, 2012
The beat went on at the SEEDS School of Rock Camp held at Twin Lakes Park. Earth Work musicians, including Seth Bernard, Josh Davis from Steppin In It, Rachel Davis and Darlene Graham Parsons, guided and facilitated the four-day creative immersion.
Energy News Network, June 22, 2012
A program called TC Saves recently won praise from Michigan Governor Rick Snyder as a model for how to leverage various segments of the public and private sector to create energy-efficiency incentives.
Groundwork Center for Resilient Communities, June 15, 2012
The Traverse City community could see spectacular growth in jobs and economic development for at least three decades and cut its overall energy costs between 50 and 70 percent by adopting an aggressive, countywide energy efficient program.
The Record Eagle, June 10, 2012
Right here in Northern Michigan, we could create a common-sense mechanism that would save many people money and produce new jobs.
Second Wave, Northern Michigan, May 22, 2012
Traverse City homeowners can learn what it takes to make their homes more comfortable and energy efficient.
Record Eagle, May 21, 2012
More than 300 AmeriCorps members in Michigan contribute to projects in the area for the 2012 Russ Mawby Signature Project.
The Leader and the Kalkaskian, May 16, 2012
Students within SEEDS at Kalkaska schools met with elders in the community who shared their life stories; the students then turned the stories into poetry with the help of local poet bard Terry Wooten.
Manistee News Advocate, May 14, 2012
Manistee Farmers Market run by SEEDS staff and students sells out vendor space.
Traverse City Record Eagle, April 28, 2012
A few of the Northern Michigan Environmental Action Council awards went to SEEDS staff & students, including the Bioneer of the Year and Youth Ambassador Awards.
Manistee News, April 11, 2012
SEEDS team member to receive award for work with Manistee's Community Garden, the Sophia Street Garden.
Groundwork Center for Resilient Communities, March 29, 2012
SEEDS works with local county's public transit to provide tutoring to students in rural areas.
The Corps Network, March 22, 2012
The 2012 "Full Circle Black Locust" project of the year taught SEEDS Youth Conservation Corps to recognize black locust not only as an invasive species but also as a resource.
The Leader and the Kalkaskian, February 22, 2012
Between 2005 and 2009, poverty among Kalkaska County children up to the age of 17 increased by 25 percent. Kalkaska schools partner with the SEEDS program.
The Leader and the Kalkaskian, February 15, 2012
Six Kalkaska students received a unique look into the lives of community elders, through participation in poet Terry Wooten's Elder History Project.
The Leader and the Kalkaskian, February 1, 2012
Several sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students at Kalkaska Middle School participated in Cooking Matters for Teens through SEEDS programming.
The Leader and the Kalkaskian, January 25, 2012
The Elder History Project is a collaborative effort between SEEDS, the Kalkaska County Library and the Commission on Aging.