Date

Saturday, November 23, 2019 -
1:30pm to 5:00pm

Location

Bayview

Event Description

Briggin Scharf

During this 3-4 hour, interactive workshop, young environmentalists will explore the unique and restorative nature of earth-dwelling worms in order to develop a deeper knowledge of soil health and social biodiversity. Our time together will incorporate a range of hands-on activities that reinforce social/emotional development for all ages, including observing and handling real live red wiggler worms and collaboratively building a safe and healthy worm home for these magical terrestrial creatures. The workshop structure and lessons will center biomimicry as the foundational learning tool, and utilize traditional Restorative Circle practices to highlight the power of collective learning and teamwork.

Presenter(s)