About SEED Wayne
SEED Wayne is dedicated to building sustainable food systems on the campus of Wayne State University and in Detroit communities.
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.
SEED Wayne embraces core university functions in teaching, research, engagement and operations.
Student leadership is central to SEED Wayne’s success.
SEED Wayne projects are located on campus and in the community. Browse projects here.
Our 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, we have developed two other campus gardens, the St. Andrew's Allotment Garden and the Parking Structure #5 Experimental Garden. We also offer a weekly farmers market called the Wayne State Wednesday Farmers Market.
View our newsletter, Wayne SEEDLING.
View a YouTube video of Kami Pothukuchi presenting on SEED Wayne in the Cities and Food class, in April 2012.
Spread the word - download and distribute the SEED Wayne brochure. Click here to view a You Tube video clip of an interview with Director Kami Pothukuchi on SEED Wayne's programs.
SEED Wayne is located in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning.
Sign up here to volunteer or receive quarterly updates about SEED Wayne!
If you have questions about SEED Wayne, please contact:
Kami Pothukuchi, Associate Professor of Urban Planning
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