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Acting Natural: How the Sidewalk Ends

Posted by SEEDS on Jun 12 , 2019 - 05:37 am

On one hand, sidewalks are connectors bringing us closer to nature. On the other hand, sidewalks are a part of an enormous network of impenetrable surfaces of concrete, brick and asphalt separating us from nature.


Thirty eight percent and rising!

Posted by SEEDS on Jun 03 , 2019 - 05:11 pm

Traverse City is on track to meet its renewable goals!


Bubbles Returns Home!

Posted by SEEDS on May 28 , 2019 - 12:21 pm

Bubbles, the sturgeon fingerling raised by students at Rapid City Elementary, was successfully released into the Black River!


Top 20!

Posted by SEEDS on Apr 30 , 2019 - 01:19 pm

Team SEEDS ranks #17 out of >1000 Drawdown Challengers!


Meet Alissa, Captain of Team SEEDS

Posted by SEEDS on Apr 18 , 2019 - 09:16 am

"When I was younger I knew the environment was important, but never had that desire to make changes in my life for the better. As I got older, and my child grew up, I have come to realize how essential it is for us to treat Mother Earth with respect. If we don't make lasting changes, we are leaving this mess for our children to deal with."


Nme means Lake Sturgeon in Anishinaabemowin

Posted by SEEDS on Apr 17 , 2019 - 08:01 am

Meet Bubbles, Sturgeon-in-Residence at Rapid City Elementary! Bubbles is one of three Lake Sturgeon being hosted in local schools.


Overwhelmed by Spring Cleanup? Hire a Conservation Crew!

Posted by SEEDS on Apr 10 , 2019 - 01:57 pm

Overwhelmed by upcoming projects on your property? SEEDS Youth Conservation Corps is here to take on your dirty jobs and get your property in order for the season! Residential and Commercial: Yard clean up Small scale construction and landscaping Painting Deconstructing those mystery rubble piles


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