Featured project: Seaford Environmental Alliance

From a community pantry sharing surplus food, to a courtyard bursting with seedlings looking for loving homes, a visit to to the SEA Climate Hub gives coordinator Nancy lots of food for thought

The SEA community pantry shares surplus food with the community.

The SEA Climate Hub on Clinton Place in Seaford town centre is a one-stop-shop for community building through climate action. Their community larder is free for all to access, sharing surplus food with the community. You can also browse their climate library, featuring a range of cookbooks celebrating veg. 

With the start of the growing season fast approaching, the SEA volunteers were busy tending to their nursery of seedlings and seed bank, ready for distribution as part of the Seeds to Supper project. This project aims to grow community resilience through sharing skills, seeds, seedlings and food, giving you everything you need to get started this growing season.  

It was also Waste Week at the hub, with attendees getting ready for a talk from Environment First’s Neil Peters about the behind-the-scenes of waste management in Lewes District. The space was transformed for the week, with zero waste games and information about the new Plastic Free Period campaign being run by the hub. 

The diversity of projects and campaigns ongoing at the hub shows the way for a more resilient local food system.

To get involved with the Seeds to Supper project, sign up here.

Find out more about the range of activities here

Open 10am-1pm, Thurs-Sat, 4 Clinton Place, Seaford

The Seeds to Supper initiative involves rehoming these seedlings lovingly raised by SEA volunteers
The Climate Library includes a range of delicious and nutritious plant-based recipe ideas

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