How it Works

Our Seed Library System and everything that you need to know


The Box

The boxes are 16 by 16 inches. They hold the seeds that contain information about the organization and how you can make an impact in your community the best that you can! For each type of seed, there is a different section inside the box. These boxes will be set around public areas. Some examples are, community centres, malls, schools and apartment complexes. Like this, many people can have access to these boxes so they can donate seeds, pick some up to grow and learn about what they can do to make the environment and world a better place to live on!

The Seeds

We have a variety of seeds available ranging from fruits, vegetables to herbs available in our boxes. Our seed packages will provide tips tricks and details regarding our seeds to help our interested gardeners. There will also be a slot for the seed donation aspect where people can donate seeds so that we can provide a portion of newly grown seeds back to our community. We ask that community members take up to 3 seed packets at a time to ensure tat all community members have a fair share.

Vegetable Picking

The Community

Our programs target all ages and everyone in our community. This is a very simple concept that many people can grasp onto. The ages can range anywhere from a child to an adult to the elderly as anyone can start taking steps to making a difference. Our program believes in sustainability and not just a change for plastics but an overall change in the community. Seedlings seeks to make a difference in how the community goes upon their habits in order to build a thriving society.


For every seed packet you grow, you save an around an average of 0.1322 Kg of CO2

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