SEEED College will be both a sustainable community and business model, from “seed to sale”. We must adhere to the value system of trade and commerce - but we also adopt a new way of life - to support the development of individuals who are empowered, aware, loving, caring, responsible, creative, visionary, knowledgeable, competent, relational, wise, & with a zest for life.
Projects on campus include Permaculture, the growing and harvesting of crops, milling and weaving, building eco homes, harvesting water, all aspects of water, applying renewable energy practices, music and food concerts and the marketing and sale of products under the flag of sustainability – thereby fulfilling a complete cycle from “seed to sale” – a sustainable business community model.
EDUCATION FOR GIRLS AND WOMEN
At SEEED College our focus is to make Sustainable Education available to a wide age range with emphasis on equality for girls and women having as equal access to education as boys and men, and always in close cooperation with family.
At SEEED College, ours is a sustainable community with sustainable solutions incorporated throughout. Students will learn to service renewable energy systems, develop sustainable practices and products and build a sustainable SEEED Home-farm.
At SEEED College we can provide work experience, training, employment and on-the-job training in soil farming, harvesting, processing, marketing and selling within a sustainable model community.
A qualified certificate in Sustainable SEEED Home-farms equips the student with knowledge, experience and skill-set that can provide unparallelled opportunity for self-employment and entrepreneurship working in the sustainable housing future market. A win for students and a win for housing.
At SEEED College health is always at focus. We grow organic fruits and vegetables and develop healthy cheap alternatives to fast food. Packaged and marketed appropriately, they can be sold in IP Cafe outlets raising community awareness that good health starts with good food. Health policy will be conducted in association with the local Health Board.
SEEED HOME-FARMS CAN HELP MITIGATE CLIMATE CHANGE
We are hoping SEEED Home-farm can serve as a cost effective sustainable housing solution for thousands or more migrants and asylum seeker families, but in reality the spaces, the acres of land available must be adhered to. It’s important to note that EACH SEEED Home-farm is sequestering CO2 – which makes them carbon sinks. The more farms the more carbon sequestration.
SEEED College Campus has entertainment facilities in keeping with customs. Traditional live music and delicious foods are open to the public providing inclusive community awareness and purpose.
Investment is needed to create an inclusive environment with openness and understanding of peoples needs. Working together and as a result, migrants will be included as productive members of society, with the bonus outcome of creating a flagship sustainable working and living community.