Opening Saturday, June 6th, from 1PM - 2PM
Join Melissa Potter, the Edgewater Environmental Sustainability Project, and 6018North to plant your own native and heirloom garden. RSVP for Zoom link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/106943071606
What better way to shelter in place, than with native plants!! This workshop acknowledges the Stay in Place order and helps us to gather together online to design a better future through native and heirloom planting. Using what you have available in your home, Melissa will help you to beautify your surroundings with a garden using heirloom and native seeds and seedlings. Native and heirloom plants are beneficial to pollinators, need less water, cool the air, add beauty, and have health benefits!
Melissa Potter is a feminist interdisciplinary artist, writer, and curator. For more information, please visit melpotter.com.
EESP are a group of local volunteers who actively partner with our neighbors to create a sustainable and environmentally friendly future for ourselves and succeeding generations. For more information, please visit sustainedgewater.org.