SucSeed first sprouted from Enactus Memorial, a team of student leaders who use the power of social entrepreneurship to create social action - at home and around the world. With international awards under their belts and more growth than a group of student volunteers could sustain, Emily Bland, Founder and SeedEO had the idea to transition SucSeed from a project to a business.
In 2017, SucSeed became a for-profit social enterprise that exists to improve food security and promote environmental sustainability across Canada.
Everything we do goes back to the community and with our increasing growth, we are branching out. Our indoor gardens are in schools, community centres, retirement complexes and homes across the country.