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November: Urban Greenspace and Land Access

Thank you to everyone who registered for this session.
The video of the presentation and the Q&A that followed is posted below.

Below the video you'll find pictures of some of the places and activities that Isaac describes.


Isaac in the sunflowers

The Indigenous Garden at Evergreen Brickworks


Teachings at the tipi

Youth in nature

Building the soil

Curring the harvest

Urban Greenspace and Land Access, the second learning session in the SOUL Equity series, will be led by Isaac Crosby.

On bringing Indigenous knowledgeIndigenous gardening and Indigenous youth to Evergreen Brickworks in downtown Toronto.

Isaac comes from a small farming town called Harrow ON, which is located 30 minutes south of Windsor. He is proud of his Ojibwa/Black Canadian heritage and looks forward to sharing their histories in this session.

He studied Landscape Horticultural Tech at Humber College and currently leads the urban agriculture programming at Evergreen Brick Works.

He incorporates his traditional First Nations farming with his colonial education to grow great crops, to teach others and to do his part in saving the Earth.

You can find more about Isaac's work here:

De-colonizing: Indigenization at Evergreen

Isaac Crosby and the gardens at Evergreen Brickworks

Walking through the Indigenous Urban Agriculture Garden

Isaac's presentation will be at 7:00PM Eastern on Thursday, November 5th.

The related discussion session will be at the same time, two weeks after Isaac's presentation.



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