Your request for seeds has been received. We have sent out 3,000 free seed packs for spring of 2019 and won’t be sending any more this year. You are now on the list to get a notification when we have more seeds to send, likely spring 2020.
We encourage you to Like the Live Like Ally Facebook page and follow us Instagram @Live_Like_Ally to follow the stories of new gardeners, get tips on how to grow food, and see notifications first when we have opportunities for free seeds and fruit trees!
In the meantime:
Join the Free Seed Project Facebook group to stay up to date and meet other gardeners. We’ve created this Facebook group as a resource to everyone who is taking part in the Free Seed Project. Here you can:
-Ask questions and get answers from experienced gardeners.
-Talk to other people starting gardens with Free Seed Project seeds and find out what’s working and not working from them.
-Post photos of you with your seed pack when you receive it, and updates of your garden as you create it and the food starts to grow.
Read our Free Seed Project Gardening Guide. Here at the Free Seed Project, we don’t want to just give out free seeds. We want to support you to be a successful gardener for yourself and your community. This guide is geared largely towards beginner and first-time gardeners because well, experienced gardeners don’t need our help as much! Our goal with this guide is to get you started successfully and get you past the parts you may be nervous about. We want to empower you and activate you into growing your own food and sharing it with your community.
Help the Free Seed Project and Get Involved
Send us photos! We’d love to share your story and inspire more people to grow their own food. Please post photos in the Free Seed Project Facebook group and send us photos. You can send photos of you with the seed pack when it arrives in the space you are going to garden, a before and after photo of the garden, and any other photos you’d like! You can send them to [email protected] Use #FreeSeedProject when you are posting online.
Share food with your community. Let’s create a culture of sharing our own home-grown food with each other. One of the most powerful ways to stand up against the big food corporations is to create a strong community of people who can produce their own food!
Save some seed. If you let one or two of each plant go to seed, then you can turn one seed we supplied you, into thousands! One kale plant can yield hundreds of seeds. We don’t provide enough seed for you to start a giant garden in the first year, but if you save seed you can increase the size of your garden each year, without spending any extra money or resources. Soon you could even take on the Free Seed Project role, and give out free seeds to everyone in your community!