What are your relationships with the plants of this land? Can anyone just go and forage for the Indigenous plants that grow here? What are the protocols and ethical considerations
What are your relationships with the plants of this land? Can anyone just go and forage for the Indigenous plants that grow here? What are the protocols and ethical considerations around gathering foods and medicines from this Coast Salish land? Join us for an rich, plant-full conversation that will help get you thinking/sharing about your relationships and responsibilities to this land and to the people who have always lived here.
Our knowledgeable speakers for this event: Cease Wyss, Dionne Paul, Bardia Khaledi. Facilitated and curated by Kamala Todd.
The afternoon begins with learning the technique of thigh spinning nettle fibre and linen tow with Rebecca Graham and Sharon Kallis. Spun fibre will be used for making a fishing net later in the project.
A part of the Land & Sea project and is supported through funding from: BC Arts Council, City of Vancouver Cultural Services and Vancouver Park Board in partnership with the Roundhouse Community Centre
(Sunday) 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
The Roundhouse | Performance Centre
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