How Community Seed Projects Work

Are you interested in helping your community increase its food and seed sovereignty? Community Seed Projects usually start with a single point person that wants to work with others in the area. This person should be part of a community seed group or seed library that can organize necessary resources. Over the next six months, we will raise money and other resources to support as many community projects as possible.

We’ll work with you to plan a workshop explaining the importance and methods for developing locally adapted seeds. Participants will choose several crops to grow collectively. We want every community to select the most culturally important crops for them, and we provide funding to buy seeds if we don’t have them.

We’d love to hear from you! If you’re considering starting a new project, joining an existing one, or just want to talk to somebody about it, please get in touch.