SEED or Sustainable Earth Education, is an interactive educational service that can be reserved by groups interested in exploring how nourishing food moves from seed to soil to our tables!
The educational services is coordinated by the Dickinson College Farm in Boiling Springs. It is available to any youth group that works with kids between the ages of 5-15. There is a suggested donation of $5 per child. To coordinate an educational program for your group, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 717-254-8046.
The History of SEED
Heather Livingston started SEED as a senior project in 2012 with help from Dickinson's Farm manager, Jenn Halpin and farm program coordinator, Ali Frohman. This program was inspired by her desire to educate children about sustainable agriculture, farming practices and healthy eating habits.