Request seeds by mail through NOLS program

The North Olympic Library System (NOLS) is mailing free starter kits of seeds to Clallam County residents.

Individuals can complete an online seed request form at www.nols.org/seedlibrary or call 360-417-8500, x2, to speak with a library employee, who can help them complete the form.

Established in 2017, the NOLS Grows Seed Library is a seed exchange kiosk stocked with small, pre-packaged quantities of free vegetable seeds, and providing other educational materials related to gardening, growing and seed-saving.

The Seed Library provides residents with a low-cost opportunity to try gardening and experiment with growing small quantities of different plant varieties.

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