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Info about the Seeders Program
The Seeders program works to exchange forestry and agricultural seeds between volunteers in Panama.
 Seeders Program
Project contributors: 2008
 Vision of the Seeders Project
To provide agricultural/forestry seeds to all nine providences where PCVs live, through regional meeting exchanges and individual PCV visits to office seed bank.
 Objectives of the Seeders Project
• To provide green manure seeds to support soil conservation, (such as Carnivalia and Macunna).
• To provide forestry seeds, including native and exotic tree species to support in timber plantation, aqueduct reforestation, and agro forestry systems, (such as Caoba, Roble, Arcasia, Guacapali).
 How it Works
Before every regional meeting the seeders group prepares a tackle box by adding forestry and agricultural seeds, labels, and a trimester newsletter "Seeders". A box is taken to each regional meeting where volunteers are free to exchange seeds. The box is then returned to the office and the seeds are stored in the refrigerator.
 When Exchanging Seeds
When leaving seeds in the box or the refrigerator remember to add the following information about the seeds:
What type of seed, Who collected the seed, Where was the seed collected, Date of collection
 Contact Seeders
To request seeds or information on reforestation or family gardening send an email to the Seeders: [email protected]
For information on seed saving check out our document on Seed Saving and Collecting.
Specific information on planting, care, harvest and seed saving for each vegetable:
asparagus — el espárrago, los espárragos
squash - el zapallo, la auyama