Posted by SEEDS on Dec 20 , 2019 - 02:21 pm
Are you a Farmer or farming-inclined and just wish you had a plot of land in Traverse City to grow and experiment with? Do you have a vision and capacity for an agricultural or horticultural installation that invites visitors and the public to look and learn? SEEDS is seeking proposals for the 2020 growing season at Historic Barns Park!
Proposals Due By: January 30, 2020. Interviews and Selections will be made during February, 2020
Summary: SEEDS Ecology & Education Centers manages just over 5 acres of the Historic Barns Park. This 56-acre parkland is part of the Grand Traverse Commons and the old State Asylum complex and is now owned by the residents of Traverse City and Garfield Township. It is being redeveloped into a one-of-a-kind regional hub for public recreation, community events, agriculture, horticulture, and environmental design. Since 2010 SEEDS has operated a farmer residency program on portions of its management area.
See the complete RFP here.