1. Do you have a library card?

2. If you are a gardener, tell us what you grow from seed now (check all that apply):

3. Please classify your gardening experience:

4. One type of seed lending library allows patrons to 'check out' seeds for free. The gardener is expected to save the seeds from these plants and 'return' a portion to the library at the end of the gardening year. Would you be interested in participating in this type of program?

5. If you answered yes to the previous question, would you be willing to follow specific instructions to maintain the purity and quality of your seeds?

6. What type of seeds would you like to borrow from the library?

7. Which of the following are important to you when selecting seeds to grow in your garden (check all that apply):

8. Some seed lending libraries require borrowers to register for the program (having a library card does not guarantee access). Members have first choice of seeds and other benefits. Members are also required to have basic seed-saving training and save seeds for the following year. In the spring, after members have 'checked out' seeds for their gardens, any remaining seeds are made available to the public. What are your opinions of the membership idea? Check all that apply.

9. Some seed lending libraries have an additional program where members can pay a small fee ($20) and the library buys seed in bulk. The program allows members to reduce the overall cost of buying seeds and try new varieties inexpensively. Would you be interested in participating in a similar program?

10. The library will need volunteers to package and sort seeds. Would you be willing to volunteer some time to help?

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