Upcoming Events with “Food Not Lawns” author Heather Flores
May 2, Heather Flores will be the keynote speaker for the Harvest Pierce County Garden Summit, Free event with catered lunch, but please register! 10am-2pm at Lincoln High School Registration here: https://adobeformscentral.com/?f=Vr1llEcQhsvLQC3BJ1mrRw May 3, International Permaculture Day in PLU owned reDesign House! 515 S. 125th St. S., Parkland Wa 98444
- 10am-12pm Garden Workparty at reDesign House
- 12-1pm Potluck. Fridge, oven, and all dishware are available at the house
- 1-2:30pm, ‘Food Not Lawns: How to Turn Your Yard into a Garden and your Neighborhood into a Community’, Slideshow and Design Workshop with Heather Flores
- 3-4pm Ephemeral Arts Workshop led by Heather Flores
Free event, but please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org, even (and especially) if you’re only coming for part of the day. Sponsored by the PLU Community Garden, Tacoma Permaculture, and ….. Donations warmly accepted!
Heather Jo Flores is a Chicana activist, permaculture author and educator, and interdisciplinary artist focused on the connection between physicality and creativity, with emphasis on healing self and Earth through creative expression and community interaction. She wrote Food Not Lawns; How to Turn Your Yard into a Garden and Your Neighborhood into a Community and co-founded the original Food Not Lawns group in Eugene, Oregon in 1999. This summer she is taking the Edible