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Binghamton University Seed Library!

The Binghamton University Libraries are excited to announce that we are in the process of starting a Seed Library in the Science Library on Main Campus. 

Seed libraries are places where individuals can “borrow” seeds to grow with the intention of harvesting and returning seeds at the end of the season. Seed libraries have multiple benefits including: 

  1. Promoting biodiversity including preserving genetic diversity
  2. Providing community members with seeds to grow healthy food to supplement their diet
  3. Supporting local seed-savers and gardeners
  4. Encouraging increased engagement between the library and the community

Keep an eye on this page for more information! 

Seed-Saving Resources

(More coming soon! If you have suggestions let us know at

Donate Seeds

We are working on building our collection of seeds for the Seed Library. If you are interested in donating seeds for the library please fill out the form below or linked here