The second learning session in the SOUL Equity series, this one will be led by Isaac Crosby, Lead Hand in urban agriculture at the Evergreen Brick Works,
Isaac is actively working to decolonize the landscape at Evergreen and, through the establishment of traditional food and medicine gardens and youth focussed programing, to reestablish the relationship between local Indigenous communities and the plant and land based ecosystems that have existed in the area for millennia.
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
The related discussion session will be at the same time, two weeks after Isaac's presentation.
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