Category Archives: The Seed Building

Southern Exposure has finally outgrown the space in our large collective house where it has lived for the last dozen years. We are now embarking on a grand project to build it a new sustainable showcase headquarters that, both in the process of building it and in the finished building, manifest strongly the values that we stand for: preserving our cultural heritage, promoting a safe, organic world, and spreading skills essential to sustainability and self-sufficiency.

Seed Office Warehouse: Building With Salvaged Materials

This is part of a series of blogs about the building of a new seed office headquarters for Southern Exposure Seed Exchange (SESE). You couldn’t tell at a glance, but beneath a labyrinth of woody vines and bushes, piles of … Continue reading

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A Design Team for Southern Exposure’s new home

This is part of a series of blogs about the building of a new seed office headquarters for Southern Exposure Seed Exchange (SESE). To help propel this encompassing project into reality, Paul assembled an SESE HQ Design Team.  My name … Continue reading

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A New Home for SESE

For the past dozen years, ever since our cooperative took on stewardship of Southern Exposure Seed Exchange from Dr. Jeff McCormack, we’ve been operating the business out a repurposed living room in our large collective house.  “Don’t worry,” we were … Continue reading

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