The focus of this year's Exploratorium is "Seed to Food". If you think you will have a surplus of a particular vegetable after harvest in October 2012, consider donating it to our Exploratorium! If you've got some to share, we would love for them to be part of SEED 4. Email us: email@example.com
We need YOUR seeds!
In SEED 4 we want to bring together a unique collection of actual seeds - common, rare, local, foreign, large, small. If you've got some to share, we would love for them to be part of the exhibition as a donation or on loan. To have your seeds be part of SEED 4, email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have seeds in your pocket, you walk with life. I always have seeds in my pocket. When I go to pay, always I mix my money with the seeds, because while the seeds are growing, my money is growing too. Saving seeds is so important because I believe in life and seeds are life." -Emigdio Ballon, Quechua Native and seed activist
"When people are able to plant little wilderness areas in their backyards, they are taking the essence and keeping it alive. It won't only be that only national parks contain the seed stocks. It will be in people's windowbox gardens, on fire escapes, and in the downtows of New York City, Chicago, and San Francisco, as well as the wonderful gardens in people's backyards in rural areas. So that right there lightens the future." - Jim Bones
"I love your movie about the exhibition. There are many fantastic pieces prepared using so many different materials. What a wonderful idea! I especially loved the part where you work with the kids and your explanation of your idea behind the show. I would love to hold a similar event and show here at the Millennium Seed Bank. Your work and enthusiasm is truly inspiring!" -Wolfgang Stuppy, co-author of "SEEDS - time campsules of Life"
SEED - The Movie - filmed and produced by Jeremy Jones and Mandy Stapleford