Sustainable Forest & Land Retention
Pathway 2 Philanthropy
McIntosh Sustainable Environment and Economic Development (S.E.E.D.)
For over 20 years, McIntosh S.E.E.D. continues to operate on the values established at its first community gathering. Decision making starts at the community level with a reliance on principles of inclusion and equality. The organization continues to work across the artificially constructed lines of race and class, continually supporting empowerment and confidence building among oppressed populations.
John K. Littles
Executive Director, McIntosh S.E.E.D.
McIntosh S.E.E.D. Impact
McIntosh S.E.E.D. is a community model, serving and supporting its region that reflect the experience of people in the communities of the South. Promoting self-determination is highly valued in the organization’s decision-making process to involve those affected by the issues at hand in community based problem-solving.
Other Programmatic Work
Preview some of the other Programmatic areas McIntosh S.E.E.D. are involved in and their latest activities.
Latest Past Events
Next Generation Field Experience
Join our Teas&Trees Women's Program Next Generation Field Experience held at McSEED's Community Forest. Women forestry professionals will be in attendance to guide you around the Community Forest and provide […]
Forest Carbon Education Workshop – Part 2
Topics: Forest Carbon - What is it? How to generate revenue by enrolling in a carbon program. How carbon programs can benefit small acreage landowners. NCX - Natural Capital Exchange
South Georgia Black Cattlemen’s Association – Beef Quality Assurance TrainingBig Oak Ranch 2001 GA HWY 99, Townsend
The South Georgia Black Cattlemen's Association Chapter of the Georgia Cattlemen Association is conducting Beef Quality Assurance Training for Chapter Members and participating cattlemen. Jason Duggin, Beef Extension Specialist from […]
Lens of Our Work
A snapshot of the work at McIntosh S.E.E.D. and its partners helping to achieve our mission.