SEEDS Ecology and Education Centers is seeking proposals from those interested in access to farmland utilizing regenerative or practices at its Resident Farm at Historic Barns Park in Traverse City in 2022. The SEEDS farm has served as a starting point for area farmers since 2009. Proposals are not limited to annual vegetable production. Proposals may include concepts that sequester carbon and inspire the public to engage in ecological restoration through creative land use. We are a collaborative organization and will accept proposals from individuals, businesses, and other nonprofit organizations. See the link below and the attached RFP for further information.

Jennifer Flynn
Program Director
SEEDS Ecology and Education Centers 
Green Collar Workforce: Training for 21st Century Jobs

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Julie Cotton, M.S.
Academic Specialist, 
Sustainable Agriculture & Food Systems
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