6:30 pm-8:00 pm
Biophilia describes our innate desire and our need to connect with nature. Bringing nature into your life can be even more than walking through the woods or nurturing houseplants. In the fourth installment of our Love Our Living World Series, we will talk about enhancing our connection nature through how we grow our food and how we plan our gardens and landscapes.
Please join us Wed., April 14, 7-8 p.m. via Zoom in a conversation about our food, gardening, communities, and creating sustainable landscapes with Carolyn Quinn, founder of Dug In Farms, and Jeanette Ankoma-Sey, Adjunct Faculty of the Sustainable Landscapes Masters Program at George Washington University. o nature through how we grow our food and how we plan our gardens and landscapes.
Carolyn Quinn will share how the Dug In Farms and Market grew into a thriving community center by engaging its neighbors directly in the work and wonder of small farm production, providing enough fresh, seasonal produce to feed the community, plus beautiful cut flowers, and healthy nursery plants.
Jeanette Ankoma-Sey will share her philosophy on the function of landscape and its vital role as a part of our everyday surroundings, big or small, and why landscapes that support growing edibles can contribute to both uniting communities and achieving sustainability goals.
Please join us for an optional social from 6:30 to 7 p.m. to meet and mingle with other participants. The presentations will be followed by a Q&A session.
Registration is recommended by 10 a.m. on April 14.