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Random media towards several presentations and events this month…
This is my 2 minute sketch note in prep for talking to Emily about her final talk at our Celebration of Learning next week.
We being the Kamloops Hub Region for farmtoschoolbc.ca
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√ Kids at the centre table with all they bring to it
**** feeling honoured, eager to learn more & fired up to share what they know and cook up together******
Emily will share a wealth of examples from the Edible Garden Project for some inspiration
Hubs: it’s us along with the lower mainland, and the capital region. Many more hubs around this land to come though…because together we are demonstrating how funding a hub helps to grow and connect communities.
Here’s Logan Lake laying it down: how to do garden to belly, all delicious, kicking out the jams, food in school-
The video for Skeetch- a total kid creation- with guidance from grade 5-7 teacher, Farm to School Program Lead, Maureen Zutz & me. The children introduce themselves in the video. You will be glad to meet and learn with them, trust me:)
Big thanks to Harry for editing.
I love gardening with you, mom xo
There are hints throughout her work that she was amused to discover that all the flattery she’d received from her father had been a kind of control…
Bemused by gallantry
we hear our mediocrities over-praised
indolence read as abnegation
slattern thought styled intuition
every lapse forgiven
our crime only to cast too bold a shadow
or smash the mold straight off
A young parent herself, Whyte is leading a cutting-edge youth parenting program called Skátne Ionkwatehiahróntie, or “Our Families Grow Together.” She partnered with Native Youth Sexual Health… Read more “Learning consent on the land”
Today I met nature through the looking glass