Seeds of Change- Twitter-Enabled Vending Machine

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Seeds of Change Twitter-Enabled Vending Machine and the Second Annual Seeds Of Change Grant Program.

The Seeds of Change Twitter-enabled vending machine is coming to the Hollywood Farmer’s Market in Los Angeles on Sunday, March 16 and 23. If you stop by the Seeds of Change booth between 8am and 1pm, you can Tweet your Pledge to Plant using the hashtag #PledgeToPlant and a unique code that the machine will give you. The vending machine will then automatically dispense a bag of our Certified Organic seeds and a coupon for our food products. If you can’t make it to the farmers market, you can just tweet @SeedsOfChange with the hashtag, #PledgeToPlant and you are automatically entered to win one of many home garden packages to help get your own garden started.

Seeds of Change® is a Certified Organic seed and food company. We are passionate about connecting people to their food sources, so offer both heirloom and traditional seeds for the garden, as well as premium Ready-to-Heat Rice varieties, an assortment of Rice & Grain blends and selection of savory Indian Simmer Sauces.  To demonstrate our commitment, we contribute 1% of our net sales toward sustainable organic farming agriculture. It’s our way of setting an example for giving back, which is part of our original mission.

All of this is to celebrate our Seeds of Change® Grant Program. This year, we’re distributing $190,000 in grants, which amounts to two $20,000 grants and 15 $10,000 grants. Now through March 31, we’re encouraging organizations to apply through the Seeds of Change® Facebook page or on their website.

Seeds Of Change
Hollywood Farmer’s Market in Los Angeles
This Sunday from 8am to 1pm
And again on Sunday, March 23
If you can’t make it to the event, tweet @SeedsOfChange with the hashtag, #PledgeToPlant
Enter for grants now through March 31st

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