Seed Generation

The Seed Generation Youth Program is run by EYA in partnership with Red Fox Health Living Society. The program will provide youth with hands-on experience creating wildlife habitat and establishing an Indigenous food and medicine garden in Cottonwood Community Gardens. Youth will design an art installation for the Garden, connect with Indigenous knowledge keepers and Elders, and learn about decolonization, Indigenous cultures and histories. Participants will also have the unique opportunity of exploring nature outside of the garden by joining in an urban and wilderness camping trip!

The program is one of a kind, and surely not one to miss! Seed Generation Youth will have an opportunity to grow traditional foods and medicines, connect with nature in their own neighborhoods, foster ecological leadership skills, and help wildlife live and thrive in our city

REGISTER TODAY FOR FREE (October 6th to December 15th, 2019)

  • Categories: Garden Sites, Native Plants, Trees, Volunteer/Internships, Wildlife

Share This Work

Related Works