SEEDS blog

SEEDS EcoSchool = Summer Memories

Posted by SEEDS EcoSchool on Jun 13 , 2022 - 07:55 am

Summer camp is kicking off! At our eleven partner schools, hundreds of local students will come to six incredible weeks of FREE summer camp. They will get outside, learn while having fun, and make lasting memories and friendships!


Affordable Housing, One Nail at a Time

Posted by SEEDS EcoCorps on May 30 , 2022 - 02:25 pm

Benzie County is getting more affordable housing on the market this year, thanks in part to SEEDS EcoCorps!


Looking for Outdoor Leaders!

Posted by SEEDS EcoCorps on May 02 , 2022 - 11:37 am

Interested in ecology, forestry, sustainability, permaculture, food systems, green construction or renewable energy? Are you passionate about the preserving nature? Ready to leave a lasting legacy of service? We are currently looking to hire Crew Leaders, Assistant Crew Leaders, and entry level adults (as young as 16) for positions in Traverse City, Manistee County, and other parts of Northwestern Michigan.


Together, We Can Grow a Better Future!

Posted by SEEDS on Feb 17 , 2022 - 07:14 am

We are engaging this new year with the heart of a tiger and the resilience of a chickadee, thanks for joining in this epic adventure!


Meet Reeve, an EcoCorps Crew Member

Posted by SEEDS on Dec 21 , 2021 - 02:06 pm

SEEDS has helped me become the kind of person that I want to be by showing me the true extent of my strength and capability to create good.


Investing in Young Leaders

Posted by SEEDS on Dec 15 , 2021 - 07:44 pm

The biggest returns come from investments in youth, that's why we work with Northern Michigan students year round! We are sharing our love of nature and practicing teamwork to inspire local youth to be the change they want to see in the world.


Building Great Places and Great People across the Great Lakes State

Posted by SEEDS on Dec 15 , 2021 - 07:27 pm

EcoCorps is an unstoppable force for ecological and social regeneration! Because we are directly investing in the lives of young adults and natural habitats in Michigan, we are improving the resiliency of our communities.


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