Seed Library Grand Opening Took Place on May 6th

The opening of the AFL Seed Library commenced with a potluck dinner, TED Talks about gardening, and a look through the seed library.


Couldn’t make it? These are the TED Talks we watched:

Jonathan Drori: Why we’re storing billions of seeds

Pam Warhurst: How we can eat our landscapes

Britta Riley: A garden in my apartment


What is a seed library? A seed library is a library that lets you donate and check out seeds to use in gardening. This is a COMPLETELY FREE service that we’re offering to the community. The seed library is open any time the library is open.


Stay up to date on what’s going on with the seed library by following us on Facebook, and by visiting the Seed Library page on our website.

Huge news! We got accepted to the Community Seed Resource Program run by the Seed Savers Exchange!

We got accepted to the Community Seed Resource Program run by the Seed Savers Exchange!

Huge News! We're a member of the Community Seed Resource Program by the Seed Savers Exchange.

What does this mean? We get tools and resources to help us run our seed library! Our CRSP Toolkit includes:

1.) 70-80 seed packets from Seed Savers Exchange for our seed library
2.) the book “The Seed Garden, the Art and Practice of Seed Saving”
3.) Blossom bags
4.) A planting guide slide chart
And many more! We are so excited about this partnership!