Conflict Transformation Circles for Community Gardeners

Conflict Transformation Circles for Community Gardeners

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Free

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Online event

How can we hold space for and resolve conflict within our groups?

About this event

Conflict is natural, and can happen even in the most well organized garden group or with the best of friends. How can we hold space for and resolve conflict within our groups?

In these monthly sessions, mediators Skye Roper-Moses and Michelle Jackson will facilitate discussion circles for community gardeners to bring their challenges to the group and collectively generate solutions. The facilitators will model skills for holding space that gardeners can bring back to their own groups to begin to develop a practice for addressing and transforming conflict in the garden.

This will be a confidential space that is not recorded. Conflict Transformation Circles is designed as a series for NYC community gardeners but it is not necessary to attend all the sessions. Drop-ins are welcome!

About the Facilitators

Michelle Jackson: Community Gardener since 2008. Columbia University MS in Negotiation & Conflict Resolution, Earth Institute Fellow. Facilitator. Environmental & public space enthusiast.

Skye Roper-Moses: Adjunct professor at John Jay College. Conflict coach and mediator. Formerly Restorative Justice Coordinator at New York Peace Institute. Columbia University MS in Negotiation & Conflict Resolution.

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