How To: Build a DIY, Pop-Up Seed Swapping Station How To: Build a DIY, Pop-Up Seed Swapping Station
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How To: Build a DIY, Pop-Up Seed Swapping Station

by Adele Peters

February 12, 2013

The stations are designed to work with monitoring; organizations that adopt them directly from EIP just agree to occasionally restock envelopes and staples, and send photos back to the group. So far, the stations can be found everywhere from a coffeehouse in Ontario, to farmers markets in Hawaii, to an art gallery in New York. Visit Eating in Public to learn more about adopting your own.

Images courtesy of Eating in Public

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How To: Build a DIY, Pop-Up Seed Swapping Station