The Seed Library at Live Oak Public Libraries provides access to seeds, knowledge, and learning opportunities. The Seed Library is free and open to all, with or without a library card.
Connect with community through the process of growing nutritious and delicious food.
The Seed Library offers free access to seeds, gardening resources, and educational programs.
We offer seeds to anyone who visits our library. A library card is not required and there is no cost to borrow seeds.
Borrowing Limits: The limit for borrowing seed packets is three (3) packets per month per household. The Seed Library is based on the honor system. We ask that everyone respect this as a shared community resource.
Returns: We do not accept seed donations.
To ensure the integrity and quality of the Seed Library, we do not accept unsolicited donations.
We prioritize clean, mature, organic, or heirloom seeds that are sourced from reputable and known origins. Only these seeds may be used to restock the Seed Library. Seeds of unknown or questionable origin will not be used or distributed.
Our resources can help you learn how to save seeds so that you can have them for the next growing season.
Visit your library or catch us at local Farmers' Markets and community events!
Special thanks to Chatham County Extension and Master Gardener Extension Volunteers for providing gardening education to our community and for their support in launching the Seed Library.
This program was started with a grant from the Georgia Public Library Service through the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the Library Services and Technology Act.