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How to Request Seeds

To request seeds:

First, see what seeds are available at the Fort Bragg Seed Library using the green button below.

Fort Bragg Seed Library Inventory

When you have made your selections, click on the orange button and fill out the Seed Request Form. Once your request has been filled by library staff, you will be contacted to let you know when your seeds are available for pickup. (note: Seed requests may take a few days to process)

Fort Bragg Seed Library Request Form

Not finding the seeds you want? As a Mendocino County card holder, you may **request seeds from any of our Mendocino County Seed Libraries.

**Seeds are not transported to other branches so you will be responsible for picking them up at the requested branch.

You will find information and access to all Mendocino County Seed Libraries here: https://www.mendolibrary.org/borrow/seed-libraries.

Questions? Ask at the library (Tues, Weds, Thur, 10 am-7 pm; Fri 10 am-6 pm; Sat, 10am-5pm) or give us a call at 707-964-2020. You can also shoot us an email at fortbraggbranchlibrary@gmail.com.

Need help getting started with your garden? The library has tons of gardening books, DVDs and lots of online resources.

Mendocino Seed Libraries are online with links to tips for gardening, seed saving, and much more.

Check us out on Facebook in two places: Mendocino Seed Libraries and The Seed Library at the Round Valley Public Library.

Please note:

  • Fort Bragg Seed Library is a free, lending library of seeds for private, individual use. Seeds and/or plants from the seed library are not to be used for resale. 
  • Fort Bragg Seed Library receives seeds from a variety of donors and cannot guarantee seeds are non-GMO or organic nor can we guarantee they will germinate. 
  • Seeds being distributed may not meet germination or varietal purity standards prescribed by the state seed law.
  • Patented seed or varieties protected by the Plant Variety Protection Act will not be accepted or distributed without permission of the certificate holder.