When April 21, 2022 at 7:00pm 1 hr 30 mins
Where Online Event London, ON, Canada

About this event

In this illustrated talk, writer Lorraine Johnson explores the garden in the context of reconciliation and land sovereignty, looking at the ways gardening traditions are tied to settler-colonialism, and the role of restorative land care in restitution and relationship-building.

About Thames Talbot Land Trust

Thames Talbot Land Trust (TTLT) is a non-profit, charitable organization that actively works to protect, conserve, and restore nature within Elgin, Middlesex, Oxford and Perth counties. We are a group of committed and passionate staff, Board members, volunteers, and donors working towards a vision of creating a network of permanently protected areas that are rich in biodiversity, sustain life and nourish a sense of wonder and inspiration for all people. We have been making a lasting impact on our local landscapes since 2000.

TTLT currently protect more than 1900 acres of land (and counting), which is home to at least 50 Species at Risk.

About the Signal Boost Initiative

The Signal Boost Initiative is a three-year joint initiative of ReForest London and the London Environmental Network, aimed at dramatically increasing the number of public environmental education opportunities available here in London. It is a project of the new Westminster Ponds Centre for Environment and Sustainability.

This event is offered as a part of the Signal Boost Initiative, which was made possible with support from the Ontario Trillium Foundation.

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