Environmental Center

Seed Library

The Environmental Center is a proud Southwest Seed Library host location!

What is a seed library? Just what it sounds like! It is a place where you can check out FREE seeds for planting and return cleaned seeds at the end of the season for others to use in following years.

Feel free to come by any time during our open hours to get your seeds. More information on the check-out and donation process can be found in our office at the library.

Picture of Seed Library

The purpose of the Southwest Seed Library is to:

  • Provide free regional hardy seeds (food, herbs, flowers)
  • Improve soil and food with knowledge of our earth
  • Be a school for saving and sharing seeds
  • Be a place to learn about growing in our challenging climate
  • Be a connecting point between farmers, gardeners, and schools to share knowledge and resources for a stronger, healthier Southwest
  • Be a long term Permaculture project that will grow with our community
  • Empower for self-care and abundance

For more information please contact Rachel Bennett, Community Seed Coordinator

southwestseedlibrary@gmail.com