Students for Educational and Economic Development (SEED)

Springfield, Massachusetts, United States
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Scientifically educate children and youth on urban agriculture and social justice so that they can make their communities a decent place to live

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SEED Inc is committed to teaching students how to become economically independent and institutionally sovereign
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We believe that children from all walks of life have the potential for genius if that innate spark is nurtured through education. Therefore, we envision an educational system that prepares all students to engage in advanced scholarship according to their interests, participate in the local economy, and institute best practices in holistic community development wherever they may live. By the time children graduate the sixth grade they know how to research, develop, produce, and market at least one agricultural product, and by twelfth grade, they should know how to research, develop, produce, and market at least one industrial product.
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EXPERIENCE

Carbon Farming for Youth Leaders a Home City Housing
Worked with 15 youth leaders (ages from 14 to 21). on organic growing and food justice. Participants worked in the community garden located at Home City Housing Tapley Court Apartments (part of the Home City Housing complexes). This is a low income housing development that services 40 families
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Children's Garden Club
A summer program in conjunction with Springfield College. We worked with children ages 5 to 10 years old. We set up classes on basic organic gardening techniques, sales, history of people of color in farming. The course was for 6 weeks from July to August 2019
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NOFA/Mass Beginning Farmer Graduate
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Kinsey Soil Fertility Triaining
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