Introducing EcoCorps!

Introducing EcoCorps! Posted by SEEDS on Mar 04 , 2020 - 09:03 am SEEDS EcoCorps, previously known as the SEEDS Youth Conservation Corps, is a green collar career exploration program. We provide an earn-while-you-learn format to support skill, leadership, and career development. Crew members gain valuable work experience while serving their local communities. "EcoCorps more [...]

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The Corps Contribution

The Corps Contribution Posted by SEEDS on Jan 31 , 2020 - 09:37 am 1,288 acres in Kalkaska will open to the public this year, and the SEEDS Youth Conservation Corps helped make it happen! On the Upper Manistee Headwaters, The Milock Family Preserve was previously a Boy Scout camp, and is now the second [...]

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Meet SEEDS in Saginaw

Meet SEEDS in Saginaw Posted by SEEDS on Oct 11 , 2019 - 08:49 am Pictured above from left to right: Corpsmembers Jacquan Thomas, Cornelius Phelps III, and Daeveon Clemens. This year's SEEDS Youth Conservation Corps partnered on projects in Saginaw to provide included habitat management, historical preservation, and public parkland improvements. Check out this [...]

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Behind the Scenes

Behind the Scenes Posted by SEEDS on Jul 18 , 2019 - 08:00 am The Sara Hardy Farmers Market is a pillar of Traverse City's Downtown Development Authority. It is open Wednesday and Saturday mornings from the beginning of May through the end of October with 100+ vendors each year. Since 2011, SEEDS has been [...]

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‘Tis the Season for Some Conservation!

'Tis the Season for Some Conservation! Posted by SEEDS on Jul 02 , 2019 - 12:36 pm We're Ready! Over twenty corpsmembers are part of this year's SEEDS Youth Conservation Corps, located in Northern Michigan and Saginaw! SEEDS Corpsmembers receive training and career development, while earning above minimum wage. Members are professionally trained and insured. [...]

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