Los Alamos Community Seed Library: Future Plans


A steering group comprised of interested citizens, the Pajarito Environmental Education Center, and the Los Alamos County Libraries are working to establish a seed library in Los Alamos.

The group’s mission is to cultivate a community culture of life-long learning and sharing through seed stewardship. They aim to establish and grow an accessible, free, and sustainable source of seeds supplied by and for the community through exchange, donations, and lending, with a goal of opening in the spring of 2023.

The group is planning programs to connect community gardeners from beginner to expert with resources, information, and programs about how to grow, harvest, and save local and heirloom seeds.  

Members of the public who would like to learn more, donate seeds, or volunteer to help launch this program, please contact Eva Jacobson, Community Engagement Librarian, at 505.663.1812.

Members of the public may learn more by visiting the Los Alamos Community Seed Library’s table in the lobby at Mesa Public Library during the County Fair Friday and Saturday, Aug. 12-13. 


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