Get to Know SucSeed
At SucSeed, we're in the business of growth... of people AND plants. Based in St. John's, Newfoundland & Labrador, SucSeed aims to tackle food insecurity by helping people grow fresh produce at home, in the classroom, and in the community. We do this through educational programs, selling grow gardens and fostering key program partnerships.
Our Grow Gardens
Our indoor Grow Gardens empower you to grow fresh food, year-round, without the need for soil or sunlight. From hot peppers and lettuce to basil and microgreens, SucSeed's hands-on and easy to use Grow Gardens will turn any thumb green! Get yours today and join the thousands of new gardeners in schools, community centres, retirement complexes and homes across the country.
Growing Young Minds
We’ve empowered more than 1,500 educators to use SucSeed Grow Gardens, teaching 35,000+ students about food sustainability. We help bring hydroponics into the classroom and teach students of all ages the importance of agriculture, healthy living and the environment. Hydroponic gardens allow teachers to facilitate inquiry-based learning and teach students of all ages the importance of sustainable agriculture.
We partner with community groups, private businesses and students to get the world growing. SucSeed partnered with the First Nations Regional Adult Education Centre in Kahnawake to get the community growing fresh produce, Stella's Circle to create a grow lab to experiment with growing different types of produce hydroponically and has partnered with the Ulnooweg foundation to provide every school in Labrador with SucSeed hydroponic kits in 2023. Do you want to get your community growing? We would love to be a part of it!
Forms and Grants
Teachers do so much for our children, so want to make getting classrooms tools as easy as possible. We have collected grants that will help get your class growing and are easy to complete.
Where are we SucSeeding?
Over 25,000 students across Canada are growing with their SucSeed Gardens.
Find out where they are!
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