The Mayor Visits SEEED

Knoxville City Mayor Madeline Rogero visited the Tuesday Empowerment Hour at SEEED on May 7, 2013. The students got a chance to ask questions and the mayor pledged her support for SEEED.  More »

Edible Forest/Green the Block

Thank You to all of our Sponsors and Volunteers for making SEEED’s Edibile Forest a Success!   March 16, 2013, over 200 volunteers joined SEEED at the Morning Side Community Center to More »

Our Program

Currently we have 25 young people in our pre-apprenticeship program. Most of them are working to obtain their GED and are learning job and life skills to prepare them for success. In More »

Growing a Green Future

SEEED young people are working towards a brighter future. Imagine a Knoxville where nutritious food is grown in every backyard and vacant lot. Imagine that all the houses, low income and high More »

Socially Equal Energy Efficient Development

    is a green community development non-profit focusing on creating and sustaining jobs for Knoxville’s urban young people, and ensuring clean energy and conservation technologies are available for low income residents. More »

 

The Green Tie Event

Please join us for refreshments, fellowship, and fun on August 14, 2014 from 6:00 pm until 8:00 pm at Remedy Coffee House. You’ll get to help us celebrate our graduates, hear about

Thanks to everyone who came out Saturday to support low income homeowners

Pre-apprenticeship applications being accepted

Are you ready to start learning about clean and renewable energy? SEEED is NOW taking applications for the Pre-Apprenticeship Program. Deadline is May 13th. We only have room for 10 young adults

Green the Block is this Saturday April 19

Saturday, April 19, come join us for Green the Block – music, fun, cleaning up trash, and interviewing homeowners about weatherization and their utility bills. Noon to 4 pm at Danny Mayfield

Monday, December 2 – Our dream is coming true!!

Is it really possible to weatherize every home in Knoxville to reduce our carbon footprint and reduce the inequality of poverty?  The answer is yes!! And Monday was a huge step forward