West Coast Seeds gives $6,500 boost to Covenant House

West Coast Seeds raised $6,500 from its staff-grown tomato seedling sale for Covenant House Vancouver. The 11th annual sale held last month saw gardeners choose from over 50 tomato varieties as well as peppers, flowers, herbs and more. For the past 11 years, West Coast Seeds staff have planted, labeled, potted and nursed thousands of tomatoes and other seedlings to raise money for local charities. Covenant House Vancouver helps vulnerable youth build brighter futures.

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