SEED Wayne is dedicated to building sustainable food systems on the campus of Wayne State University and in Detroit area communities. SEED Wayne works in partnership with community-based organizations to promote access to healthy foods, urban agriculture, farm-to-institution, healthy eating, and food planning and policy development.
SEED Wayne integrates 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.
Get more information about SEED Wayne's Projects or learn about SEED Wayne's Fellowship in Community Food Systems Planning.
Guest seminars by community leaders in the Cities and Food Class are open to the public. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org is required.
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In the news
Farm Fed, WSU Alumni Magazine's cover story (fall 2015)
Model D article on urban agriculture with Director Kami Pothukuchi (Sept, 2015)