An initiative of the National Council for Workforce Education, the Sustainability Education and Economic Development Center (SEED) supports community colleges and their partners with curriculum and resources to transform educational programs for a sustainable future.
Shelburne Farms’ Sustainable Schools Project
The Sustainable Schools Project works with schools to cultivate responsible, informed citizens, engaged in building sustainable communities. On the website you can find curriculum for K-5 schools and downloadable resources for K-12 schools including the Healthy Neighborhoods/ Healthy Kids Guide. While geared toward K-12 some of the concepts can be adapted for adult audiences.
As the Sustainability, Education and Economic Development (SEED) Center is a FREE initiative offered by the National Council for Workforce Education, we strive to provide our users with up-to-date information and materials. We encourage you to submit resources or open-source curriculum for possible posting on the SEED Center website.
Note: SEED is managed by a team of higher education experts who vet and curate resources and curriculum. Thus, not all submitted materials will appear on the website.
2023 SEED Center website updates funded by Lumina Foundation