SEEDS in the media
Whale protest: Iceland Monitor article
Several environmental and animal rights societies in Iceland have sent an open letter to Parliament expressing their concern about the decision made by Kristján Þór Júlíusson, Minister of Fisheries and Agriculture to renew the whaling permit for Fin whales and Minke...
Whale protest Morgunblaðið article
Yesterday our volunteers joined a protest against whale hunting in front of the Icelandic Parliament. The protests were held by the Reykjavik Whale Save, Sea Sheperd Iceland, Stop Whaling in Iceland, Reykjavik Animal Save, GAIA Iceland, SEEDS, Earthworms and the Icelandic Association of Borders. Check...
Domi's SEEDS Iceland adventure on Noizz
Dominika Záhoranová is a volunteer from Slovakia who joined SEEDS back in 2018. She joined through the European Voluntary Service (EVS) and was an Environmental Messenger as well as a camp leader coordinator. and she took part in some of our Environmentally Aware camps, and our outdoors...
Beatriz Vitorino´s experience with SEEDS: testimonial
Beatriz Vitorino is a Portuguese volunteer who participated in our Photography, Auroras & Lights festival workcamp in February together with other volunteers from all over Europe and Asia. Read her testimonial here http://paraonde.org/beatrizislandia/
"La Ginestra Blu", a short film by Guglielmo Brancato
Last week, our former Italian Erasmus + volunteer, Guglielmo Brancato, published a short film he shot while in Iceland. The film focuses on certain environmental issues that we are facing daily. You can see it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=70UuU2Mp_RM
Marco Bruno's experience with SEEDS
Our former italian volunteer, Marco Bruno, gave an interview to La Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno about his experience with SEEDS. You can read the full article here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1dwqqorm9EfXxCA3cLmdphVWfGvtTLohq/view?usp=sharing
Volunteer in Iceland
Nanna Gunnarsdóttir mentioned SEEDS Iceland in her latest post regarding volunteering opportunities in Iceland. Here is what she wrote about us: "SEEDS Iceland was founded in 2005. It is a non-governmental, non-profit volunteer organisation designed to promote intercultural understanding,...
Volunteering in Iceland: Visir & Iceland Magazine articles
"Hundreds of applicants have been turned down", Oscar Uscategui, manager of Seeds Iceland, told the local news site visir.is that the organization receives between 1,200 and 1,400 volunteers each year. The organization works closely with local authorities and other non-profits to develop...
Reykjavik.com: Tales of Iceland - a new travel book on Iceland
"There’s a new alternative travel book out about Iceland entitled Tales of Iceland, written by a chap from Ohio called Stephen Markley and illustrated by Sigga Rún – an award winning Icelandic artist. I’ve not had the pleasure of reading it yet, but given the...
BB.is: Sjálfboðaliðar að störfum í Raggagarði
Hópur SEEDS sjálfboðaliða er nú að störfum í Raggagarði í Súðavík þar sem þau vinna ýmis verkefni til að betrumbæta og fegra garðinn. Sjálfboðaliðarnir eru frá Ítalíu,...