FRIDAY MARCH 15TH IMAGINED GARDENS AND LANDSCAPES
This sixth annual event is a Multi-Arts Evening, featuring visionary designs, ideas and visual arts by farmers, gardeners, holistic health practitioners / clinical herbalists and visual artists who are engaged with projects that benefit the environment and expand our notions of gardens and landscapes.
G I M M E S H E L T E R How to save yourself and the planet by planting a Food Forest Garden in your backyard ROXANNE KAPITAN – Gardening Evolution from the Bronx to Microbial Connections. Roxanne is the Landscape Manager at Oakleaf Landscape Inc. REBECCA GILBERT – Edible Forest Evolution and more at Native Earth Teaching Farm FILM – PERMACULTURE PARADISE – REBECCA SANDERS -“Seed Love” … sowing, saving and sharing them with community. She will be bringing the seed library cabinet and sharing the contents with the audience. Rebecca grew up on a small dairy farm in New Hampshire, studied plant and soil science at Umass Amherst, joyfully landed in the Friendship Garden at The Farm Institute in 2012, and helped launch the Martha’s Vineyard Community Seed Library with friends in 2014. She loves sharing nature’s beauty and bounty with children, and believe that thriving organic gardens, edible landscapes, and food forests hold the key to restoring health and balance in our lives and on our planet. RUNAR FINN – Why we should plant trees
WE SHOWED THE FIRST 20 MINUTES OF THE ABOVE VIDEO.