Seeds InService: A Papermaking Institute (website) is an ecofeminist art project by Melissa Potter and Maggie Puckett that combines feminist and ecological concerns.

Each year, Seeds InService plants thematic gardens to grow fiber for hand papermaking, propagate endangered seeds, and explore feminist histories.

Papermaking plants grow in gardens curated each year around themes including Women’s Health, Las Mujeres Zapatistas, Pre-Colonial Gardens, Bosnian Women’s Magic, and War Gardens: Seeds of Displacement.

Fibers grown from these plants become raw material for art works, collaborations, research and workshops.

The duo held harvesting and papermaking workshops and created an ad-hoc distribution center for radical feminist literature, extending the garden’s metaphor to mean the seeding or cultivation of future generations of activist artists and gardeners.
— Jenni Sorkin, critic and curator