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Who We Are

 

 

Dear Visitor, 

 

Welcome to S.E.E.D.'s website, SpringfieldEdEcDev.com. At S.E.E.D., we are committed to bringing Springfield, Massachusetts to prominence as a leading city in the prosperity of educational and economic thought, practice, and freedom.

 

We believe that the city's best days are ahead of it, but that those days will be hard fought-for and hard won. Springfield is a promising prospect. If you want to join the mission and call Springfield home, or if you want to "Work With Us", please let us know.

If you're interested in our philosophy, please review more about Who We Are. If you're interested in Springfield history, please see the "Why Springfield?" pages. If you are looking for a business partner, please see our "What We Do" section and contact us if you believe there is opportunity to collaborate. If you want to engage in the conversation on community building at the city level, check out our "The City-State" or "On Principle" podcasts.

Finally, if you are interested in merchandise to show your pride in or support for the city, please visit the S.E.E.D. Store

Thanks for stopping by. 

Best wishes to you and may your city prosper, 

The S.E.E.D. Team

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OUR MISSION

Our Mission

 

S.E.E.D is an operating consultancy that exists to do one thing: to bring Springfield, Massachusetts to prominence as a leading city in the prosperity of educational and economic thought, practice, and freedom.

We believe that this flourishing allows the average person to live a secure, dignified and meaningful life, which makes the city a place where people are enabled to reach their full potential.   

 

When the soil is rich, and the planters are competent, confident, and kind, the depth and breadth of the variety of growing things will be too abundant and beautiful to describe. 

Our Values

 

S.E.E.D. advocates for three specific values as key ingredients to building a healthy city. 

 

  1. Personal Responsibility - we believe that society is built from the citizen up. A responsible, moral, self-reliant, and enterprising person is the single most important ingredient for a healthy society.  

  2. Localism - because proximity is such a prominent feature of the human experience, we believe that life should be crafted and shaped at the lowest level of responsibility possible and that one's greatest concern should be for his neighbor.                                     

  3. Limited Government - we believe that government was intended to carry out a few critical functions. Too much government operation, no matter how well-intentioned, enters the government into competition with a citizen for his or her agency.

OUR VALUES
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