The Land Health Institute is embarking on an ambitious and exciting project, transforming vacant lots into native plant nurseries. This innovative project will provide city residents and the urban parks system with a quality, local source for native plants, while regenerating the health of the urban landscape and restoring vitality to the surrounding community.
In this workshop, Scot Quitel, founder of the Land Health Institute, will describe the initiative and lead a discussion about its implications for the city.
Join us weekly on Wednesday evenings for workshops that will inspire and enable a stronger connection of our homes and lifestyles to nature and community. From how-to workshops on topics of self-sufficiency and urban homesteading to discussions about gardening for biodiversity, Wednesday night programs will guide us in methods of creating more sustainable, connected, and personally satisfying ways of modern living.