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DOUGHMAN Feeds SEEDS

DOUGHMAN Feeds SEEDS

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Double-DOUGH-7: Diet Another Day

The 2015 DOUGHMAN (www.doughman.org) race will once again be taking over Durham, N.C., on Saturday, May 23, starting at 8 a.m.  A unique Durham event, this year’s “doughnations” will go to SEEDS. … read more

Come one, Come all to Summer Camp!

Come one, Come all to Summer Camp!

Tuesday, Mar 17, 2015

It’s that time of year all parents have been waiting for – summer camp registration!

Sign your kiddo up to spend their summer days outside, growing veggies, learning about chickens and eating what they have grown! Each week … read more

Makin’ SEEDS

Makin’ SEEDS

Wednesday, Jan 14, 2015

SEEDS hopes to provide the requisite resources for community members to be the solution to Durham food insecurity. Our biggest resource are the amazing people that come here to plant literal seeds in the garden – volunteers and … read more

Gratitude Tastes Like Warm Pumpkin Pie

Gratitude Tastes Like Warm Pumpkin Pie

Monday, Nov 24, 2014

Gratitude Tastes Like Warm Pumpkin Pie

The fresh roasted pumpkin pie cooled on the racks as the squash and turkey lasagna warmed up in the oven. Children scampered all around the kitchen, proud of a week’s worth of … read more

Name that Chicken!

Name that Chicken!

Tuesday, Apr 22, 2014

SEEDS needs YOUR help to name our new family members – 4 baby chicks.

We have 4 different kinds of chickens – Cuckoo Maran, Silver Laced Wyandotte, Easter Egger and Buff Orpington. The only rule when it comes … read more

Chickens are Coming to SEEDS!

Chickens are Coming to SEEDS!

Wednesday, Apr 9, 2014

Guess what!  We are going to have tiny chickens at SEEDS in the next week or two! However, we need YOUR help taking care of them. Would you be interested in adopting a day of the week to … read more

SEEDS Garden Hopped Over the Fence!

SEEDS Garden Hopped Over the Fence!

Tuesday, Apr 1, 2014

SEEDS is excited to bring the garden over the fence, beautifying and making the best use of an otherwise neglected area. Until recently the strip next to the sidewalk and road was wasted space, home only to crabgrass … read more