How a high school program is preserving seeds of the past for future generations — Homestead — Bangor Daily News — BDN Maine

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     Since I am so often critical of what happens in our education system, I particularly like to find and share the good examples present in many different places. Today’s post tells the story of the Heirloom Seed Project at Medomak Valley High School in Maine. It is often in rural communities that I find wonderful examples of meaningful programs that make a difference. Please use the Contact Form below to tell me about outstanding programs in your community.

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“With more than 800 varieties in its seed bank, the Medomak Valley High School Heirloom Seed Project is the oldest and one of the largest high school-based seed-saving programs in the country.”

Source: How a high school program is preserving seeds of the past for future generations — Homestead — Bangor Daily News — BDN Maine

Courtesy of design-dautore magazine

Courtesy of design-dautore magazine

Courtesy of design-dautore magazine

Courtesy of design-dautore magazine

The Creative Apothecary Salutes the Heirloom Seed Program in Maine!

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