Duluth Community Garden Free Seed Libraries
The Duluth Community Garden Program (DCGP) envisions a healthy community for all Duluthians. The program has twenty community gardens throughout Duluth with two hundred total plots. DCGP believes that any Duluthian who chooses to grow or garden their own food should have equal access to the land, resources, and educational tools to do so. DCGP promotes food security by encouraging the community to grow their own food and reduce the reliance on our global food system network.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Duluth Community Garden Program has established Free Seed Libraries at a few of its community garden locations. These libraries offer free access to a variety of vegetable seeds for gardeners and growers. This new addition to the garden program promotes food security by eliminating the cost of seed and encouraging food growing in the community. The libraries are located at the following community gardens: The Hannah House, Emerald, Denfeld, and Riverside community gardens (the addresses for these locations are listed on the website linked below).
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