• Lake Area Trail

    Lake Area Trail

  • Meridian Bridge Moonlight

    Meridian Bridge Moonlight

  • Lewis & Clark Recreation Area

    Lewis & Clark Recreation Area

  • Walnut Street

    Walnut Street

  • Bragging Rights

    Bragging Rights

  • Downtown Streetscape

    Yankton's Downtown

  • Lewis & Clark Lake

    Missouri River Bluffs

  • 4th of July

    4th of July Fireworks Show

  • Riverside Park

    Riverside Park

  • Meridian Bridge Fog

    Meridian Bridge Fog

  • Meridian Bridge Winter

    Meridian Bridge Winter

  • Meridian Bridge Fall

    Yankton Meridian Bridge Fall

  • Lewis & Clark Lake

    Lewis & Clark Lake walking trails.

  • Yankton 4th of July Fireworks

    Yankton's annual 4th of July fireworks show over the Missouri River.

  • Rockin' Ribfest

    June 3-4

  • Yankton Marina

    Yankton Marina

  • Yankton Missouri River

    Yankton Missouri River

  • Fishing the Missouri

    Missouri River Yankton

  • Meridian Bridge

    Meridian Bridge

  • Ice Sailing

    Missiouri River Ice Sailing

  • Yankton Riverside Park Winter View

    Yankton Riverside Park Winter View

  • Missouri River Yankton

    Merry Christmas

  • Yankton Discovery Bridge

    Yankton Discovery Bridge

Seed Library FAQ

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Seed Library FAQs

library-seed-library-logoSeed saving is something humans have done for over 10,000 years. When you grow and save your own seeds, you develop seed stock that is well suited to our climate and you save money.

What is the Yankton Seed Library Offering?

  • A variety of flower, vegetable, and fruit seeds.

Who can borrow seeds?

  • Anyone that participates in the Yankton Seed Library’s gardening classes can borrow seeds from the seed library.

What time is the library open?

  • The seed library is open in conjunction with the Library’s gardening classes.

What do you mean “borrow” seeds? How can I do that if I plant them?

  • Plant the seeds. Then, at the end of the season, if you feel comfortable, you can return seeds from the next generation of plants.  You can learn how by taking one of the library’s free classes. Don’t worry, there are no fines if you don’t save seeds.

Do I have to bring seeds to participate?

  • No, but bringing seeds helps to keep the library stocked.

Who runs the Yankton Seed Library?

  • The Yankton Seed Library is a volunteer organization run by local residents and the Yankton Community Library.


Yankton Community Library
515 Walnut Street
Yankton, South Dakota 57078
Telephone: 605-668-5275
Fax: 605-668-5277