Wednesday, Aug 24, 2016
I first held a baby chicken at SEEDS.
Citrix ShareFile in Raleigh first partnered with SEEDS way back in the spring of 2012. Over the past four years, this relationship has blossomed and bloomed (pun intended!).
In the … read more
Thursday, Aug 18, 2016
Some people avoid bees because they have an allergy; others avoid bees because they have apiphobia (a fear of bees). However, David Fruchtenicht is just the opposite – he has sought them out through his passion for beekeeping. … read more
Monday, Aug 8, 2016
“What vegetables are purple,” Vera Braswell asked the SEEDS summer campers July 26th. The kids all raised their hands. “Eggplant!” “Potatoes!” Yes, the kids knew about purple potatoes! Vera was very impressed. Vera said it can be a … read more
Tuesday, Jul 26, 2016
Native American tribes have survived and thrived by growing and eating the 3 sisters: corn, pole beans, and squash. YOU can thrive on the 3 sisters, too. These sisters support each other and help each other thrive. The … read more
Tuesday, Jun 28, 2016
SEEDS was a better, brighter place because of Lisa Bruckner, our Garden Assistant for the last year. Happy, helpful, and sincere, she was an excellent leader who was also skilled at following.
Tuesday, May 31, 2016
We love pies, here at SEEDS. Y’all know that at this point. One of our fabulous pie donors for this year’s Pie Social shared her homemade recipe with us. Thanks Vera Cecelski!
Shaker Lemon Tart
Monday, May 30, 2016
You’ve been working outside in the garden pulling weeds, putting up fencing, lifting bags of mulch and large rocks. Now you’re thirsty! Prior to going outside to work, make up a large pitcher of homemade “vitamin water” and … read more
Friday, May 20, 2016
This past Wednesday morning, we arrived at SEEDS and found an unfortunate site – the near total destruction of the cob entryway to the DIG Market Garden. What we know now is that around 2:30am, a vehicle … read more
Friday, Apr 22, 2016
Learning to work with her hands in the soil at a young age in her mother’s vegetable garden, it was there that Hilary’s passion for gardening sprouted. Later, she studied to become a horticulturist and made a life … read more
Thursday, Apr 21, 2016
Did you know that SEEDS intentionally plants outside the fenced garden areas for free public harvesting? If you live in the area and aren’t sure what to fix for dinner, stop by SEEDS to see what’s growing. Also, … read more
Thursday, Apr 7, 2016
The SEEDS’ DIG program was a launching pad that allowed Tasha McMillan’s leadership potential to grow, and to flourish!
Tasha started with the SEEDS program when she was only 14 years old and in high school. Though her … read more
Thursday, Mar 24, 2016
Every Monday, the After School Program kids run from their bus drop off on the corner into SEEDS. They look around until they spot him, preparing something in the kitchen or chatting with Heather in the wood floor … read more