Earth is Life
Earth is LifeThursday June 17, 20214:00 -6:00 pm via Zoom with place-keeping happening in Aninaatig Gitiganing in High ParkRecognizing our eldest planetary Relatives -the minerals, we will reflect on their Teachings, Earth Medicines and the Life of the Soil. Through song and ceremony we will create and re-awaken mounds, home for the Three Sisters (Corn, Beans, Squash) and ReStory this traditional practice. With Donna Powless, Catherine Tammaro and Joce Two Crows Tremblay. >
Rewilding Rice: Indigenous Connections to RavinesTuesday, June 15 12:00 - 1:00 pm ESTFor centuries the ravine wetlands, rivers, and creeks in Tkaronto were once used for substance and nourishment by Indigenous Peoples. In a time when the landscape is strikingly different, what are some of the measures we can take collectively to repair the damage?Rewilding Rice: Indigenous Connections to Ravines, is an exploratory discussion focused on Indigenous storytelling and practices centred on wild rice as ceremony, food and social interaction. >
Urban Agriculture is Changing the World!
Talk with The Backyard Urban Farm Company and Toronto Urban GrowersSun, June 13, 20217:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDTFree event, please register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/urban-agriculture-is-changing-the-world-tickets-157285917413The Urban Agriculture movement is sweeping through cities across the world! The local heroes of this movement are providing real solutions to food insecurity and mobilizing communities to grow food close to where... >
Regenerative Growing with ACSA
Agincourt Community Services Association presents a free webinarJune 10, 7:00-8:30 pmLearn from Jocelyn Molyneux, founder of Waste Not... >