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In 2019 the Seed Exchange is again a volunteer-led project. We are again grateful that Sno-Valley Tilth will have us as one of its projects! This means your contributions are fully tax deductible as a charitable contribution to a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Other local entities involved in our seed exchange: Strategies for Provident Living, and the Cedarcrest High School Future Farmers of America.
What do we do with seeds remaining at the end of the seed exchange? In 2018 we shared seeds with several local giving gardens, including Hopelink's Carnation garden, the garden at Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Bellevue, the Stillwater School garden, and the Fall City Learning Garden, a community garden that grows produce for the benefit of the Fall City Community Food Pantry. In 2018 the Learning Garden worked with the Snoqualmie Ridge YMCA volunteers to also contribute to the Mt. Si Food Bank. We also share seeds with the Cedarcrest High School horticulture students, who grow salad greens for the high school cafeteria lunches.
Questions? Email us your questions with "Seed Exchange" in the subject. This year we are supported financially by those of you who attend and/or donate to the seed exchange.
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Site updated January 30, 2019
2019 Seed Exchange