Roots of Resilience
In keeping with the notion of sankofa—remembering the past in order to move forward—this year’s theme, “Roots of Resilience,” will examine the ways in which sustainability is tradition, not trend. Our grandparents may have grown up on farms, but today, more people than ever are city dwellers and must actively seek reconnection with the land and nature. Resilient gardening practices can serve to bridge our collective past with a greener, more equitable future.
Wilbur A. Levin Keynote Address
Organic: Our Origins, Our StoriesOnika Abraham
Director of Farm School NYC
Events & Workshops
Registration, Coffee, and Exhibits in the Palm House
Exhibits in the Palm House
Lunch at the Terrace Café
Bring Your Lunch Break-Out Sessions
Movies in the Auditorium and Visitor Center
Wilbur A. Levin Keynote Address in the Auditorium
Pick up a spring gift bag as you leave!
Morning and Afternoon
Workshops begin at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.; the final schedule will be announced at registration. You may choose only two workshops, one from each time block, space permitting. Arrive early to get your first choices.
A Farmer's Yoga
A Weed by Any Other Name
Can We Get the Lead Out? Soil Contamination in Urban Gardens
Caring for Trees with Compost
Farm to City Partnerships
Grow an Urban Food Forest
Growing up Greening: Young Neighbors Green Their Blocks
How to Grow a More Resilient Garden
Kitchen Botany: Eat Your Flowers!
Starting Seed, Saving Stories
The Edible Container Garden
What’s Growing On? Connected Neighbors, Resilient Neighborhoods
|Saturday, March 14, 2015|