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SEEDS - Iceland Workcamps descriptions, 2008

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SEEDS - Iceland Workcamps descriptions, 2008

    SEEDS Iceland was founded in 2005 as a non-governmental, non-profit volunteer organisation with international scope. Our main activities relate to the promotion of environmental protection and awareness, intercultural understanding and peace, through the work on social, cultural and environmental projects in Iceland.

    We aim to empower, inform and expand the horizons of people of all ages, cultures, and backgrounds, to inform them about the world in which we live and to take an active role in its future development. SEEDS provides opportunities to live, learn, understand and experience, while sharing and cooperating with others from different cultures and backgrounds.

SEEDS Projects & Activities

    SEEDS works closely with local communities, local authorities and other Icelandic associations. Jointly we develop projects aimed at fulfilling an identified need or to help in the development of particular actions that are already being undertaken. Projects are designed to be mutually beneficial to all involved: the individual volunteers, the local hosting communities and Iceland as a whole!

    By having a diverse array of projects and bringing together people from different backgrounds, creating more opportunities; we try to fulfil our vision and build on our founding ideas.

    Activities developed by SEEDS include:

    - Voluntary Service

    - International workcamps & Exchanges

    - Internships and lifelong learning programmes.

    - Awareness raising initiatives and campaigns

    - Seminars & training sessions

    - Cultural, arts and education exhibitions.

SEEDS Iceland www.seeds.is Klapparstígur 16 seeds@seeds.is 101 Reykjavík - Iceland Phones: +354-8456178

Our projects in Iceland are funded and supported by:

    - Contributions from participants and volunteers in the projects

    - Youth in Action and Lifelong learning Programmes of the European Commission.

    - Engagement of our long-term volunteers and interns.

    - Additional non-financial contributions in kind from the local hosts of the projects.

    We are members of the Icelandic National Youth Council (LÆF), the Icelandic Environment Association (LANDVERND), the Senior European Volunteers Exchange Network (SEVEN) and work actively as partner organisation of the Alliance of European Voluntary Service Organisations (The Alliance), Service Civil International (SCI) and Youth Action for Peace (YAP). During 2011 we organised 100 different projects located in every corner of Iceland; we hosted 1000 International volunteers from 55 different countries, who performed about 75.000 hours of valuable volunteer work! In this time we increased our work with various environmental protection and conservation projects and we also raised the number of projects related to arts, cultural activities, festivals and sports events.

    Volunteers performed different types of tasks, for instance ecological research, removing invasive growth, building hiking trails, cleaning up the coastline, reforestation and erosion control work as well as construction or renovation of heritage monuments or community centres. In the cultural/festival/sport events related jobs, SEEDS came into action helping in their organisation and also taking part actively in the events.

    We bring together volunteers and hosts from different nationalities and backgrounds, aiming at building up international understanding and encouraging peace, while working for an identified need within a community.

    Many of our participants want to visit Iceland and get to know the country from a different perspective, being able to interact with locals and at the same time dedicating some of their time to support particular projects and addressing specific needs of the hosts.

    The rewards for the volunteers, communities and ecosystems are massive, while interacting with Icelanders, volunteers learn about the local culture and have the opportunity to build friendships; additionally, they develop new skills working in challenging and unfamiliar surroundings.

SEEDS Iceland www.seeds.is Klapparstígur 16 seeds@seeds.is 101 Reykjavík - Iceland Phones: +354-8456178

    SEEDS Iceland - Workcamps’ list for 2012.

    For easy browsing and navigation, you can click on the hyperlinks on each project name/location in the table

    to go directly to the workcamps’ description. To return to this table, you can click on each description’s title.

    Location/Area in the Icelandic map:

    * Camp types or themes:

    AGRI (Agriculture)

    ARTS (Cultural, arts)

    CONS (Construction)

    CULT (Cultural)

    ENVI (Environment - Nature)

    FEST (Festival)

    HERI (Heritage)

    LANG (Language learning)

    RENO (Renovation, construction, restoration)

    SPORTS (Sports events and healthy lifestyle)

    Code Name / Location Dates Type* Vols. Age Area SEEDS 001. Reykjavík Photographic March 05.03 - 16.03 ARTS/ENVI/RENO 10 16+ 1 SEEDS 002. Reykjavík: Design, Renovation & Environment 15.03 - 28.03 ARTS/ENVI/RENO 8 18+ 1 SEEDS 010. RFF - Reykjavík Fashion Festival 15.03 - 01.04 ARTS/FEST 8 18+ 1 SEEDS 003. Photography & Work in Reykjavík. 19.03 - 30.03 ARTS/ENVI/RENO 10 16+ 1 SEEDS 004. Reykjavík: Easter Photo Marathon 02.04 - 13.04 ARTS/ENVI/RENO 10 16+ 1 SEEDS 016. Easter at Eyjafjörður - The longest fjord 10.04 - 24.04 ENVI/CONS/RENO 16 18+ 4 SEEDS 005. Photography & Work in Reykjavík. 16.04 - 28.04 ARTS/ENVI/RENO 10 16+ 1 SEEDS 028. Eyjafjörður - The longest fjord in Iceland 24.04 - 08.05 ENVI/CONS/RENO 16 18+ 4 SEEDS 006. Botanic Garden in Reykjavík (1:9) 29.04 - 12.05 ENVI/NATU 6 22+ 1 SEEDS 015. Reykjavik Shorts & Docs Film Festival 01.05 - 12.02 ARTS/FEST 10 C 1 SEEDS 007. Ísafjarðardjúp: Nature & Fun in the Westfjords (1:4) 04.05 - 18.05 CONS/RENO/ENVI 10 18+ 3 SEEDS 008. Nature & Culture in the South of Iceland (1:3) 12.05 - 26.05 CONS/RENO/ENVI 8 18+ 2 SEEDS 009. Botanic Garden in Reykjavík (2:9) 13.05 - 26.05 ENVI/NATU 6 22+ 1 SEEDS 011. Ísafjarðardjúp: Nature & Fun in the Westfjords (2:4) 17.05 - 31.05 CONS/RENO/ENVI 10 18+ 3 SEEDS 012. Nature & Fun at the feet of Vatnajökull 20.05 - 30.05 ENVI/NATU 10 18+ 6 SEEDS 020. Ísafjarðarbær - 66 degrees North 20.05 - 02.06 CONS/RENO/ENVI 8 24+ 3 SEEDS 013. Natural heritage in the far East (1:2) 21.05 - 04.06 ENVI/CONS 8 18+ 6 SEEDS 014. Djúpavík - Where the northern road ends! 22.05 - 03.06 ENVI 8 18+ 3 SEEDS 031. Sandfell - Fljótsdalshérað 25.05 - 07.06 ENVI/CONS 8 18+ 6 SEEDS 017. Far far away! Icelandic heritage 27.05 - 10.06 ENVI/CONS/RENO 8 18+ 4 SEEDS 018. Botanic Garden in Reykjavík (3:9) 28.05 - 09.06 ENVI/NATU 6 22+ 3 SEEDS 032. Skriðdalur - Crawling Valley 29.05 - 12.06 CONS/RENO/ENVI 8 20+ 6 SEEDS 019. Remote fjords - Where the road ends! 30.05 - 13.06 ENVI/AGRI 8 18+ 2 SEEDS 021. Nature & Culture in the South of Iceland (2:3) 01.06 - 15.06 CONS/RENO/ENVI 6 18+ 2 SEEDS 033. Salvation Army Guesthouse & Shelter (1:6) 01.06 - 15.06 SOCI / MANU 6 18+ 1 SEEDS 034. Eyjafjörður - The longest fjord in Iceland 02.06 - 16.06 CONS/RENO/ENVI 8 18+ 4 SEEDS 050. Window into the Viking World (1:2) 03.06 - 16.06 ENVI / CONS 8 18+ SEEDS 035. Borgarfjörður Eystri - Hikers‟ Paradise 03.06 - 17.06 ENVI / CONS 10 18+ 6 SEEDS 022. Meet us - don‟t eat us (1:6) 04.06 -17.06 ENVI 12 18+ 1 SEEDS 023. The Highlands North of Vatnajökull glacier 06.06 - 20.06 CONS/RENO/ENVI 8 18+ 4 SEEDS 026. As far as it gets in the East fjords! 09.06 - 19.06 ENVI/CONS 10 18+ 6 SEEDS 024. The Highlands of Iceland - The Famous Kjölur Road (1:3) 10.06 - 24.06 CONS/RENO/ENVI 10 18+ 5 SEEDS 025. Botanic Garden in Reykjavík (4:9) 10.06 - 23.06 ENVI/NATU 6 22+ 1 SEEDS 027. Revegetation in the south of Iceland (1:2) 11.06 - 25.06 ENVI 12 16+ 1 & 2 SEEDS 029. Photo Marathon & Longest days of the year. 12.06 - 22.06 ARTS/ENVI/ RENO 8 16+ 1 SEEDS 036. Salvation Army Guesthouse & Shelter (2:6) 15.06 - 29.06 SOCI / MANU 6 18+ 1 SEEDS 030. Meet us - don‟t eat us (2:6) 18.06 - 01.07 ENVI 12 18+ 1 SEEDS Iceland www.seeds.is Klapparstígur 16 seeds@seeds.is 101 Reykjavík - Iceland Phones: +354-8456178

    SEEDS 039. The Highlands of Iceland - The Famous Kjölur Road (2:3) 18.06 - 02.07 CONS/RENO/ENVI 10 18+ 5 SEEDS 040. Hitting the slopes - Skálafell & Blue Mountains (1:2) 24.06 - 06.07 CONS/RENO/ENVI 8 18+ 1 SEEDS 037. Botanic Garden in Reykjavík (5:9) 24.06 - 07.07 ENVI/NATU 6 22+ 1 SEEDS 038. Revegetation in the south of Iceland (2:2) 25.06 - 09.07 ENVI 12 16+ 1 & 2 SEEDS 043. Salvation Army Guesthouse & Shelter (3:6) 29.06 - 13.07 SOCI / MANU 6 18+ 1 SEEDS 041. Selárdalur in the Western fjords - Samúel Jónsson 01.07 -15.07 CONS/RENO 8 18+ 3 SEEDS 044. Patreksfjörður - Unique West fjords 01.07 -15.07 ENVI/CONS 8 18+ 3 SEEDS 042. Meet us - don‟t eat us (3:6) 02.07 - 15.07 ENVI 12 18+ 1 SEEDS 045. Photo Marathon - Reykjavík & Outskirts. 03.07 - 13.07 ARTS/ENVI/RENO 8 16+ 1 SEEDS 046. Hitting the slopes - Blue Mountains (2:2) 08.07 - 20.07 CONS/RENO/ENVI 8 18+ 1 SEEDS 047. Botanic Garden in Reykjavík (6:9) 08.07 - 21.07 ENVI/NATU 6 22+ 1 SEEDS 048. Skriðuklaustur - making history (1:2) 10.07 - 24.07 ENVI/RENO/ARCH 8 18+ 6 SEEDS 049. Flying testicles & Crawling valley 10.07 - 23.07 FEST/ENVI/CONS 8 18+ 6 SEEDS 053. Salvation Army Guesthouse & Shelter (4:6) 13.07 - 27.07 SOCI / MANU 6 18+ 1 SEEDS 055. Meet us don‟t eat us (4:6) 16.07 - 29.07 ENVI 12 18+ 1 SEEDS 056. Reykjavík - Green and fun! 16.07 - 30.07 ENVI AGRI 10 18+ 1 SEEDS 057. Photo Marathon - Reykjavík & Outskirts. 17.07 - 28.07 ARTS/ENVI/RENO 8 16+ 1 SEEDS 058. Rey Cup - Football Festival for kids 19.07 - 01.08 FEST / SPORT 16 18+ 1 SEEDS 059. Botanic Garden in Reykjavík (7:9) 22.07 - 04.08 ENVI/NATU 6 22+ 1

    Skriðuklaustur - making history (2:2) SEEDS 060. 23.07 - 03.08 ENVI/RENO/ARCH 8 18+ 6 SEEDS 063. Salvation Army Guesthouse & Shelter (5:6) 27.07 - 10.08 SOCI / MANU 6 18+ 1 SEEDS 065. Meet us - don‟t eat us (5:6) 30.07 - 12.08 ENVI 12 18+ 1 SEEDS 064. Photo Marathon - Reykjavík & Outskirts. 31.07 - 10.08 ARTS/ENVI/RENO 8 16+ 1 SEEDS 070. Botanic Garden in Reykjavík (8:9) 06.08 - 18.08 ENVI/NATU 6 22+ 1 SEEDS 071. Adventure in Trolls‟ land - Tröllaskagi 07.08 - 21.08 CONS/RENO/ENVI 10 18+ 4 SEEDS 074. Salvation Army Guesthouse & Shelter (6:6) 10.08 - 24.08 SOCI / MANU 6 18+ 1 SEEDS 077. Meet us - don‟t eat us (6:6) 13.08 - 26.08 ENVI 12 18+ 1 SEEDS 079. Unique West fjords 15.08 - 29.08 ENVI/AGRI 8 18+ 3 SEEDS 082. Working & Horseback riding in the South 18.08 - 30.08 CONS/ENVI 8 18+ 2 SEEDS 083. Botanic Garden in Reykjavík (9:9) 19.08 - 01.09 ENVI/NATU 6 22+ 1 SEEDS 088. Organic Farming in Iceland (1:2) 26.08 - 09.09 ENVI/RENO 6 18+ 6 SEEDS 089. The Highlands of Iceland - The Famous Kjölur Road (3:3) 26.08 - 09.09 ENVI/RENO 10 18+ 5 SEEDS 090. Natural heritage in the far East (2:2) 27.08 - 10.09 ENVI/CONS 8 18+ 6 SEEDS 098. Ísafjarðardjúp: Nature & Fun in the WestFjords (3:4) 06.09 - 20.09 CONS/RENO/ENVI 10 18+ 3 SEEDS 100. Organic Farming in Iceland (2:2) 08.09 - 22.09 AGRI/ENVI 6 18+ 6 SEEDS 099. Window into the Viking World (2:2) 09.09 - 22.09 CONS/ENVI 8 18+ 2 SEEDS 101. Nature & Culture in the South of Iceland (3:3) 10.09 - 24.09 ENVI/ARTS 8 18+ 2 SEEDS 106. Ísafjarðardjúp: Nature & Fun in the WestFjords (4:4) 19.09 - 03.10 CONS/RENO/ENVI 10 18+ 3

    For easy browsing and navigation, you can click on the hyperlinks on each project name/location in the table

    to go directly to the workcamps’ description. To return to this table, you can click on each description’s title.

    Location/Area in the Icelandic map: * Camp types or themes:

    AGRI (Agriculture)

    ARTS (Cultural, arts)

    CONS (Construction)

    CULT (Cultural)

    ENVI (Environment - Nature)

    FEST (Festival)

    HERI (Heritage)

    LANG (Language learning)

    RENO (Renovation, construction, restoration)

    SPORTS (Sports events and healthy lifestyle)

SEEDS Iceland www.seeds.is Klapparstígur 16 seeds@seeds.is 101 Reykjavík - Iceland Phones: +354-8456178

SEEDS Iceland www.seeds.is Klapparstígur 16 seeds@seeds.is 101 Reykjavík - Iceland Phones: +354-8456178

Practical information about our projects:

    1. Participation Fees.

    Participation/Contribution fees are asked to take part in our workcamps, which helps to support the ongoing work of SEEDS. Please note that your entire fee might not necessarily go towards your

    particular workcamp, the fees collected by SEEDS are mainly used to:

    - Bear the administrative expenditures of the association: Salaries, rent, office bills (energy,

    phone, electricity, insurance, heating), personnel, external representation, mail, website, postage,

    equipments, supplies, banking costs, legal formalities, etc.

    - Provision of financial support and resources to aid develop of some of our other activities (eg.

    to pay food and/or accommodation in some of the projects, where the hosts do not provide it,

    co-funding for our long-term voluntary service projects and the development of particular

    sessions during the camps).

    - Cover other costs associated with your workcamp/transportation, e.g. food/accommodation

    costs, rental/fuel costs, administrative costs and also supporting costs of the long term

    volunteers and project coordinators.

    Most European organisations similar to SEEDS raise funds by sending volunteers abroad, charging outgoing volunteers a registration fee; while we in Iceland face a particular double-folded challenge as voluntary service is not very attractive to Icelanders, additional to the fact that the Icelandic population is quite reduced. Therefore the amount of volunteers sent by SEEDS overseas does not represent a considerable income to run our association.

    Furthermore, SEEDS does not receive any governmental funding or financial support from our local, regional or national government. In the meantime SEEDS is taking actions in order to send more Icelanders overseas and to raise funds in different ways to expand our sources of income. Thanks to the fees contributed by our participants we are able to run the association and to offer the programme of projects all year round. The amount of the fees will be stated in each camp’s description.

    SEEDS is a non-profit organisation, and all funds go back into improving the quality and service we provide to our volunteers and hosts, expanding the range of SEEDS projects and carrying out projects in areas where funds are not available or to provide food and accommodation to the volunteers.

    2. Insurance.

    Volunteers need to obtain health and accident insurance for the whole duration of their travel, prior to the arrival to Iceland and bring with them all needed documents, contact numbers, etc. European volunteers are advised to take with them the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC). Iceland is part of the European Economic Area (EEA) so volunteers residing in a member country of the EU or of the EEA and Switzerland benefit here from the use of EHIC, having access to the Icelandic Health system as in any European country in the same conditions as Icelandic citizens and will be treated on the same basis as a resident of Iceland.

    SEEDS Iceland www.seeds.is Klapparstígur 16 seeds@seeds.is 101 Reykjavík - Iceland Phones: +354-8456178

    Volunteers residing outside the (EEA) must seek private medical/travel insurance for the duration of the stay. It is strongly advised that this is obtained before leaving the country of residence, as the cost of insuring in Iceland will be much higher.

    Volunteers without insurance will not be allowed to participate in our projects.

    3. Transport to Iceland.

    We suggest our volunteers to research travel with different airlines/alternatives as fares for different companies may vary significantly according to the dates of travel. There are 3 main airlines flying to Keflavík (Reykjavík) International Airport:

    1. Iceland Air: www.icelandair.net

    2. Iceland Express: www.icelandexpress.com

    3. Scandinavian Airlines(SAS): www.scandinavian.net www.flysas.com www.flysas.is

    To check the map routes and destinations for Icelandexpress and Icelandair please click to:

    Icelandexpress route map or Icelandair route map

    Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) might be a good option for volunteers coming from Northern Europe and the Baltic countries (direct flights from Oslo and Stockholm).

    Apart from these 3 airlines, there will be few others flying to Iceland during the summer 2012:

    a. Lufthansa : www.lufthansa.com

    b. Germanwings: www.germanwings.com

    c. Air Berlin: www.airberlin.com

    d. Air Greenland www.airgreenland.com

    e. Transavia France www.transavia.com

    f. Delta Airlines: www.delta.com

    g. WOW Airlines www.wowair.is

    h. Norwegian www.norwegian.no

    i. EasyJet www.easyjet.com

    j. NIKI www.flyniki.com

    Volunteers might find good deals and help with connecting flights and general trip planning at: www.skyscanner.net www.dohop.com www.edreams.com

    www.ebookers.com www.opodo.com www.kayak.com

    Last, if volunteers have plenty of time to spare, the Smyril Line operates a ferry service to the east of

    Iceland. This is a four to seven day sea adventure for travellers and stops off at the Faroe Isles on the way! (www.smyril-line.com)

    4. Arrival and Departure dates.

    Volunteers participating in our projects should arrive to Iceland the latest one day before the

    workcamp starts, as travel to the project, if arranged by SEEDS (see point 5 below), will leave Reykjavík on the first day of the camp in the morning.

    If volunteers choose to go by different means, they might need more than one day to reach the destination by public transportation services. In the same way, volunteers shall not book their return

    journey the day the camp ends, the earliest one day after the camp finishes. In this way volunteers

    ensure they will be able to join the camp for its full length.

    SEEDS Iceland www.seeds.is Klapparstígur 16 seeds@seeds.is 101 Reykjavík - Iceland Phones: +354-8456178

    Participants in our camps in Reykjavík do not need to arrive one day earlier to Iceland as they can reach the accommodation the same day of arrival.

    From former volunteers’ feedback you should consider staying longer in Iceland; before or/and after

    the project. Volunteers may group together and decide to travel the country and visit different areas to those of the project itself.

    5. Domestic transport - Minibus.

    SEEDS organises shared transport from Reykjavík city to the projects sites for all of the workcamps outside the city. The meeting point will be in Reykjavík on the first day of the camp, in the morning. The “minibus option” is offered by SEEDS to volunteers in order to provide them a more convenient way to reach the camp, to allow them to meet their fellow volunteers and leaders earlier, and to have a relaxed trip to the camp location, with the opportunity to visit particular sites on the way and stop where possible (e.g. to take pictures or take a short walk).

    We try to research all possible transportation to the projects and then offer a fair price for transportation compared with the public transport options available. We recommend that you take the minibus, but please feel free to investigate your own transport.

    6. Accommodation in Reykjavík.

    Volunteers do not need to book any accommodation for the period of the camp, as SEEDS provides accommodation and food during the project, but you will need accommodation on the days before or/and after the workcamp.

    As mentioned in point 4, in order to be able to join the projects on time and fully, volunteers should arrive to Iceland the latest one day prior to the starting date of the camp and leave the country the earliest one day after the camp ends.

    SEEDS can organise sleeping bag accommodation in Reykjavík for stays before or after the workcamp; it is a shared sleeping bag accommodation in dorms in a centrally located house in downtown Reykjavík. The house is equipped and volunteers have access to kitchen and washing machine facilities. The cost per night is: - From October 1 to April 30 - ? 13,-

    - From May 1 to September 30 - ? 18,-

    7. Language.

    Icelandic knowledge is not needed in our projects. English is the language used by our leaders and messengers. Therefore, basic knowledge is expected from participants, even though it is not a requirement to fulfil.

    8. Age.

    We usually host volunteers aged 18 or over, nevertheless in recent years we hosted few teenagers in our projects with very positive results.

    Volunteers under the age of 18 need to apply through a slightly different procedure, which involves parental/guardian authorisation. We do not have any upper age limit. So far our youngest volunteer was 15 and the oldest 69!

    SEEDS Iceland www.seeds.is Klapparstígur 16 seeds@seeds.is 101 Reykjavík - Iceland Phones: +354-8456178

    9. Conditions of Participation.

    In order to be fully aware of volunteers’ responsibilities during the workcamp, please read carefully

    the following:

    ; Volunteers are expected to be active members of the group and contribute to work,

    housekeeping and free time activities.

    ; Volunteers are expected to work seven to eight hours per day, five days per week, on a

    voluntary basis.

    ; Volunteers are expected to inform the camp-leader in case they want to spend the free time

    away from the workcamp. However, they should not spend the night away from the camp, nor

    host other people at the workcamp.

    ; SEEDS camp-leaders have been trained to run the workcamp; they are responsible for

    organising work, food, contacts with local authorities and many other things. Do not forget

    that they are volunteers as well, so try to cooperate with them at work and during free time

    activities. Camp-leaders are not fully responsible for organising volunteers’ free time and they

    expect their ideas and contribution to do so.

    ; Smoking is not allowed in the accommodation areas. Use of alcohol should be moderate with

    consideration and only during free time.

    ; Volunteers are expected to stay for the whole duration of the workcamp. If you MUST leave

    early or arrive late, you should contact SEEDS in advance.

    ; Keep in mind that the use of any kind of drugs is strictly forbidden.

    ; Volunteers without insurance will not be allowed to participate in our projects.

    ; SEEDS does not accept any kind of discrimination in our workcamps and such cases will be

    strictly dealt with.

    We would like to remind you, that SEEDS is NOT an alternative travel agency; our projects are not

    cheap holidays. Therefore we expect a high level of motivation from every volunteer, cooperation, flexibility and open-mindedness!

    Our workcamps are based on self-organisation and self-management and this is also what makes them unique and enriching! Please do not expect the leader to organise everything for the group of volunteers, but be ready to contribute with your own ideas and personality.

    10. Study part / Educational Content Environmental Messengers.

    Most of our workcamps have an educational/awareness-raising approach to environmental, nature-protection and sustainable development topics. We will have, apart from the leader(s), a person fully dedicated to organising and developing fun, interactive and educational activities within the workcamp. This person is called the "Environmental Messenger" and will be in charge of activities aimed at raising awareness about environmental issues both within the local community and among the international volunteers taking part in the workcamps. S/he will be a source of knowledge on specific topics about the environment, nature protection and sustainable development. S/he will encourage workcamp participants to undertake simple but easy-to-implement actions which will affect the way we use our resources and we deal with the environment and the world we live in.

SEEDS Iceland www.seeds.is Klapparstígur 16 seeds@seeds.is 101 Reykjavík - Iceland Phones: +354-8456178

    11. Additional information.

    For more details and up to date information please visit us at www.seeds.is Or contact us via email at: volunteer@seeds.is

    Or at our phone number: +354-8456178

If you want to check some pictures from our projects in the last years, please visit:

    http://seeds.is/galleries

    You can also follow SEEDS on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/seedsiceland

    and

    https://www.facebook.com/volunteer.workcamps.iceland

SEEDS Iceland www.seeds.is Klapparstígur 16 seeds@seeds.is 101 Reykjavík - Iceland Phones: +354-8456178

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