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Michael Seliga-Soulseed
  • Seattle, WA
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Jan 19, 2018
Michael Seliga-Soulseed posted a blog post

21 Acres: Cooperative Growing in Your Neighborhood

When: Saturday April 27th, 1pm-4pmWhere: 21 Acres Center for Local Food and Sustainable Living 13701 NE 171st Street Woodinville, WA 98072What: One of the best ways to ensure a sustainable future is to take charge of growing your own food, and with the help of others, it's also a great way to bring neighbors together. Cooperative Growing will teach neighbors how to combine their resources to extend their efforts beyond their own yards and create a neighborhood system connecting yards of food.…See More
Apr 27, 2013
Michael Seliga-Soulseed posted a blog post

21 Acres: Cooperative Growing in Your Neighborhood

When: Saturday April 27th, 1pm-4pmWhere: 21 Acres Center for Local Food and Sustainable Living 13701 NE 171st Street Woodinville, WA 98072What: One of the best ways to ensure a sustainable future is to take charge of growing your own food, and with the help of others, it's also a great way to bring neighbors together. Cooperative Growing will teach neighbors how to combine their resources to extend their efforts beyond their own yards and create a neighborhood system connecting yards of food.…See More
Apr 8, 2013
Michael Seliga-Soulseed posted a blog post

Grow Food Not Grass! Join the Sod Cutting Spree on April 6th and benefit the Just Garden Project!

Remove your lawn and benefit the Just Garden Project (JGP), sponsor of Spring into Bed!When:  April 6thWho:  Anyone who want to remove their lawn/sod! Neighbors are preferred! Companies! Volunteers!   Please contact if you want to enter your own team into the event.What:Cascadia Edible Landscapes is one of the many people,organizations, and businesses raising fund$ to support…See More
Apr 1, 2013
Michael Seliga-Soulseed posted a blog post

Spring Veggie Start CSA Crop Preferences Deadline-Act Now!

Dear Cascadia Food Lover ,The deadline for choosing crop preferences for our wonderful veggie start CSA program is February 22nd, so if you want to ensure that you get the cream of the crop, sign up now for Spring, and choose from our extensive list of delicious varieties. Members who do not enter preferences by February 22nd may receive a standard seasonal mixed flat of starts and seeds chosen by the greenhouse…See More
Feb 14, 2013
Michael Seliga-Soulseed posted a blog post

Unique Veggie Start CSA Now Open for Sign-Ups!

Greetings Cascadia Food LoversIts seems like not a day passes without a new story breaking about abuses within the agricultural system. The brands that you once trusted to provide you with organic foods turn out to be owned by big ag, grocery stores are selling GMO fruits and vegetables, factory farming is destroying the environment, etc. Where do you turn to, who can you actually trust? The answer is simple: yourself. You can take control of your health and that of your family and community by…See More
Jan 17, 2013
Michael Seliga-Soulseed posted a blog post

FREE RAIN GARDENS/CISTERNS

 Residents of Ballard,Windermere, Delridge, and North Union Bay are eligible for rebates from the city for installing a rain garden or cistern. Detailed rebate information can be found here: http://ning.it/Me1lLvContact us at info@eatyouryard.com to schedule a FREE 30min consultation!See More
Jul 20, 2012
Michael Seliga-Soulseed posted a blog post

Help CEL Raise Money for Schools through Edible Plant Sales

Dear Garden Lovin’ Community, We are an edible landscape company that would like to support schools and help create healthy communities by offering fundraising opportunities through edible plant sales. Cascadian Edible Landscapes is a mission driven company: Our Goal is to create an edible Cascadia region: healthy environment, people, and communities.   We have two models on offer:A…See More
Apr 21, 2011
Michael Seliga-Soulseed posted a blog post

CSPS Crops almost ready!

Hey Folks/Farmers,Spring crops are almost here.  April 1st delivery.  Check out www.eatyouryard.com/plant-starts-online!  See More
Mar 13, 2011
Michael Seliga-Soulseed posted a blog post

Launch of CEL's 2011 Community Supported Plant Start Program

Dear Gardeners,Cascadian Edible Landscapes is proud to announce the 2011 Community Supported Plant Starts Program, is now ready (earliest ever!)CSPS supports NEW and SEASONED gardeners grow more food year round with seasonally appropriate plant-starts. Pick up spots at convenient neighborhood locations. We are excited to…See More
Jan 31, 2011
Michael Seliga-Soulseed posted a blog post

Sod Cutting Fundraiser for Spring into Bed

Partl fund-raiser for SPRING INTO BED, and part to fulfill a long held fantasy of Michael Seliga (CEL co-owner), on April 24th 2010 Cascadian Edible Landscapes will be hosting a promotional day of Sod Cutting across Seattle.About Sod Cutting Spree is:We send a team, a truck, and a sod cutter out to cut the sod for all the willing neighbors in a neighborhood/community. We remove lawns for as many people in 1 day as possible.We cut and roll up sod as quickly as possible.NOTE: We can cut several…See More
Apr 20, 2010
Michael Seliga-Soulseed posted a blog post

Hello! Anyone have space for our greenhouse?

Our names are Jake, Michael, and Stephanie and all of us live in the NE Seattle, and we are excited to meet you. M&S recently moved to Wedgwood, and J lives in the U-District. Coincidently, we are members of Cascadian Edible Landscapes, a food justice-inspired edible landscaping company. To learn more and to connect, see www.eatyouryard.com.Part of our business is growing edible plant starts for our clients, for members of our "Community Supported Plant Starts Program" (see the May Issue of…See More
Feb 25, 2009
Michael Seliga-Soulseed is now a member of Sustainable NE Seattle
Feb 24, 2009

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What parts of our mission are you interested in (for example, growing food/food security, appropriate energy technologies, transportation, community building, etc.)?
Building Community Edible Landscapes, Food Forests, and Gardens. We also could help provide seedlings to gardeners of the neighborhood through our Community Supported Plant Starts program. We are also interested in Pretty much everything else too.
How do you see yourself being involved with Sustainable NE Seattle? What skills, talents and passions are you willing to share?
We also hold the vision of turning Seattle into an edible city where front and back yards feed the individual, the family, and the community. How we view our place within this vision is multiple: we are landscape-contractors, educators, and community organizers of edible gardens and landscapes, and promoters of Food Justice. We also have "Community Supported Plant Starts", a CSA for edible plant starts.
List other affiliations/groups that you participate in with similar missions.
Seattle Tilth and Just Garden, CAGJ, many local garden groups, lots of others
Neighborhood
Wedgwood

Michael Seliga-Soulseed's Blog

21 Acres: Cooperative Growing in Your Neighborhood

When: Saturday April 27th, 1pm-4pm
Where: 

21 Acres Center for Local Food and Sustainable Living

13701 NE 171st Street

Woodinville, WA 98072

What: One of the best ways to ensure a sustainable future is to take charge of growing your own food, and with the help of others, it's also a great way to bring neighbors together. Cooperative Growing will teach neighbors how to combine…
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Posted on April 27, 2013 at 1:00pm

Grow Food Not Grass! Join the Sod Cutting Spree on April 6th and benefit the Just Garden Project!

Remove your lawn and benefit the Just Garden Project (JGP), sponsor of Spring into Bed!

When:  April 6th

Who:  Anyone who want to remove their lawn/sod! Neighbors are preferred!…

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Posted on April 1, 2013 at 1:57pm

Spring Veggie Start CSA Crop Preferences Deadline-Act Now!

Dear Cascadia Food Lover ,

The deadline for choosing crop preferences for our wonderful veggie start CSA program is February 22nd, so if you want to ensure that you get the cream of the crop, sign up now for Spring, and choose from our extensive list of delicious varieties. Members who do not enter preferences by February 22nd may…
Continue

Posted on February 14, 2013 at 2:41pm

Unique Veggie Start CSA Now Open for Sign-Ups!





Greetings Cascadia Food Lovers



Its seems like not a day passes without a new story breaking about abuses within the agricultural system. The brands that you once trusted to provide you with organic foods turn out to be owned by big ag, grocery stores are selling GMO fruits and vegetables, factory farming is destroying the environment, etc. Where do you turn to, who can you actually trust? The answer is…

Continue

Posted on January 17, 2013 at 3:11pm

FREE RAIN GARDENS/CISTERNS

 Residents of Ballard,Windermere, Delridge, and North Union Bay are eligible for rebates from the city for installing a rain garden or cistern. Detailed rebate information can be found here: http://ning.it/Me1lLv
Contact us at info@eatyouryard.com to schedule a FREE 30min consultation!

Posted on July 20, 2012 at 12:02pm

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At 7:25pm on February 27, 2009, Maggie said…
Heya, sounds like a great addition to our neighborhood! I am actually wondering if you are looking for help at all right now. My husband is looking for work and I am an environmental studies student at UW and I need some independent study credits and I really want to work on growing food. Can I give the phone number listed a call about this sometime? Thanks! Maggie
At 8:21am on February 25, 2009, Susan Gregory said…
Hi Jake and Michael and Stephanie!
Glad to have you join our group! We're having an edible garden tour on March 8 in the neighborhood- let me know if you'd like to be involved-
Susan 526-1169
 
 
 

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