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We’re excited to announce the next season of our educational outreach with SEED: The Untold Story. We are calling this campaign Seed the Change. Our focus with this grant-funded campaign is to bring the film to youth, college students, and Native American communities for free or reduced cost screenings. We are working with our partners at Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance to create extensive discussion guides around the themes in SEED that enable anyone to foster dialog, delve deeper into the topics in the film, and inspire action. The guides will be publicly available on our website at no cost. 

Over the next nine months we will:

  • inspire people to save and plant seeds, protect the environment, and support local and organic farms; 
  • spur dialog and action around seed diversity and ownership, indigenous rights, and pesticide use; 
  • Support college campus groups, youth food/gardening/environmental organizations, and indigenous communities in their food, seed, environmental, political, or indigenous rights efforts.

Are you part of a student group, youth organization, or Native American community who may be interested in hosting a Seed the Change screening? Please click here to apply!