Hybrid Seed Request Form
Thank you for helping to build food sovereignty for the Sicangu Lakota Oyate!
The Sicangu Food Sovereignty Initiative is excited to be able to offer seeds to our community members to help families and communities take control over the food they eat. Seeds are available to individuals or programs located on the Rosebud Reservation, or tribal members who live within 30 miles of reservation borders. There is no charge to receive seeds.
You will be contacted anywhere between 1 to 3 weeks after you have submitted your request for seeds in order to confirm what seeds are available, arrange delivery or shipping, and answer any questions you may have about starting seeds, gardening, and any other information to help you start your garden.
There is no obligation to save or return hybrid seeds, but if you are an experienced gardener or seed saver and are interested in saving seeds for our growing seed bank & future community seed libraries, please review our open pollinated seed catalogue and request seeds via the Open Pollinated Seed Request form located on our website (Community Resources Tab -> Food Resources Drop-down).
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What is your name?
Where do you live? Please provide your full address, including directions if your house is difficult to find.
What is your mailing address?
How do you prefer to be contacted?
Please provide your phone number, email, or link to your Facebook profile
Do you have experience gardening?
Please select which of the following resources you are interested in receiving along with your seeds (all resources are also available for download on our website - go to Community Resources -> Food Resources -> Planting Guides):
I'm interested in all of the guides
Companion Planting Guide
Intro to No-Till Gardening
Seed Saving Guide
Healthy Soil Guide
Spring Planting Guide
Planting & Seed Saving Reference for Common Crops
Frost Date Planting Calendar
What seeds from the hybrid seed catalogue are you interested in growing, and how many of each would you like?
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