Manistee News Advocate, April 8, 2014
The SEEDS After School students have been working with the Earthwork Music Collective on a special project.
Manistee News Advocate, April 22, 2014
SEEDS Green Leadership is a student-led group dedicated to making a positive impact on the environment while educating the community about sustainability and the conservation of resources.
My North, April 23, 2014
With the tunes of Alan Lomax's 1938 recordings of Michigan folk musicians ringing in their ears, students from several Northern Michigan schools and a few singer-songwriter mentors from Earthwork Music, including Seth Bernard and Joshua Davis, joined forces to produce a concert of original folk music. Find the video here.
The Northern Express, May 4, 2014
"In 1938, musical archivist Alan Lomax traveled throughout Michigan, recording more than 900 songs on his Presto audio recorder for the Library of Congress. From the blues of Detroit to maritime tunes, lumberjack chants to love ballads, Lomax captured the state’s musical traditions on his machine, which recorded audio directly to vinyl. Today, two local organizations are exposing these 75-year-old recordings to a whole new – but digitally obsessed – generation."
Second Wave, May 20, 2014
This SEEDS program teaches students to buy and cook nutritious meals, all according to government standards, for under $2 a meal.
The Ticker, July 4, 2014
Local nonprofit SEEDS has received a $20,000 grant from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Foundation and the General Mills Foundation to improve youth nutrition and physical activity behaviors in the community.
Up North Live, July 16, 2014
Students from Kalkaska and Leelanau County constructed the deck at Old Settlers Park. The students harvested and milled Black Locust wood, an invasive species in the area to build the deck.
Glen Arbor Sun, August 4, 2014
A crew of five young adults are restoring part of Leelanau County's past. They are bringing new life to the old Goffar Barn.
My North, August 19, 2014
With crews of enthusiastic teens constructing trails and rebuilding barns in the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore and programs promoting eco-conscious living for all, Northern Michigan non-profit SEEDS is investing its energy in a greener, cleaner future.
The Ticker, September 11, 2014
Volunteers will give East Eighth Street some much needed love on Friday as they mow, edge, sweep, plant and trim along the street and adorn each side with potted mums.
National Trust for Historic Preservation, October 15, 2014
Kevin Summer, of SEEDS Youth Conservation Corps, led a five-member crew on a project to rehabilitate the historic Goffar Barn within the Port Oneida Rural Historic District of the Lakeshore.
Great Folks, October 16, 2014
"What a place Traverse City is a-coming to be!" The Quest - A Celebration of Community, was an innovative after school arts program serving seven underserved northwest lower Michigan schools that culminated in a grand finale concert May 9, 2014.
The Corps Network, December 12, 2014
GURLS Corps! - which stands for Girls United in Resilience, Leadership, and Service - recruits young women from Elements; a CFS program that teaches independent living skills.
The Ticker, December 16, 2014
Local nonprofit SEEDS will be presented with a "2015 Project of the Year Award" at a ceremony in Washington D.C. as part of the annual conference of the Corps Network.
Leelanau Conservancy, December 18, 2014
In the spring of 2015, a Universal Access trail at DeYoung Natural Area will be open. The 480-foot boardwalk is currently being constructed by the SEEDS Youth Conservation Corps.