We’re excited to announce the next season of our educational outreach with SEED: The Untold Story – the Seed the Change campaign! Our focus with this grant-funded campaign is bringing the film to youth, college students, and Native American communities for free or reduced cost screenings.
Are you a teacher or part of a student group, youth organization, or Native American community who may be interested in hosting a free or reduced cost screening of SEED? Apply here!
We and our partners at Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance created a companion Discussion Guide to foster dialog, delve deeper into the topics in the film, and inspire action. The guide is free and publicly available at seedthemovie.com/guide.
Over the next nine months you can help:
- 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, or indigenous rights efforts.