Nested in the Woodland Hills Public Library this branch also has a diverse produce and plant exchange
Curated by Eleu Navarro, the Woodland Hills Seed Library Branch is a gem in the local gardening community. Recently the san Fernando Valley Branch was shut down due to time and venue challenges, but members can still obtain locally saved seeds in their microclimates with SLOLA's localized branches.
Seed Exchange is a sacred experience. Always a smiling face at our gatherings. Everyone is glad to be a part of a larger cultural transition.
Because the meeting is held in a public library, we are not able to collect donations on site. However we do accept donations via paypal. Your contributions allow us to provide you with quality learning experience and pure seed. Many members who do not return seed checked out of our inventories may employ a recurring donation to maintain seed supply. Please address checks to the Seed Library of Los Angeles and present at local meeting. You can also find us on Venmo.
The Importance of Seed Saving
At the end of the day, we cannot eat money. We need healthy SEED to sustain a healthy lifestyle. Our goal is to guide SLOLA members throughout the season so that they can return local seed to their LOCAL SEED LIBRARY BRANCH. The importance cannot be stressed enough. The strength of this organization is in the diversity of acclimated seed. We live in an age of climate change. By each branch members' curating their own regional seed catalog, we secure our food resources. If you are a member and would like to commit to growing out a special variety of seed please email firstname.lastname@example.org for support.