Wayne State University Program: SEED Wayne

656 West Kirby Street
MI 48202

Wayne State University Program: SEED Wayne

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SEED Wayne works in partnership with community-based organizations promoting access to healthy foods, urban agriculture, farm-to-institution, and food planning and policy development. It embraces core university functions in teaching, research, engagement and operations, with student leadership being central to its success !It is a program in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning.
Projects are located on campus and in the community. Campus projects started with a vegetable and herb garden called the Warrior Demonstration Garden (established 2008) and a pilot farmers market, with two days in 2008. Since then, two other campus gardens have been developed, the St. Andrew's Allotment Garden and the Parking Structure #5 Experimental Garden. Weekly farmers market called the Wayne State Wednesday Farmers Market take place regularly.

If you have questions about SEED Wayne, please contact:
Kami Pothukuchi, Associate Professor of Urban Planning

* Browse Project here: http://www.clas.wayne.edu/unit-inner.asp?WebPageID=2206

* You Tube video clip of an interview with Director Kami Pothukuchi on SEED Wayne's programs.

* News Article on Ford funding of SEED Wayne:

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