When: Thursday June 28. 5:45 – 7:30 PM
Where: China Creek Park, at 10th and Clark. We will be on the Clark side; There will be a visible banner reading “Revolution is a Garden Party”.
Join us for Free Food! Food Not Bombs dinner provided. Presentations and a workshop to explore:
–Can capitalism ever be “green”?
–How does commodification affect living and environmental systems?
–How can we build response-able relationships between our communities and environmental systems?
Erin Innes: Feminist permaculture activist/teacher, and founder of the Farmhouse Farm, Vancouver’s first bike-powered backyard Community Supported Agriculture project.
Eric Doherty: transportation planner, environmental consultant, and longtime activist and organizer on environmental justice.
Patrick Condon: Sustainable urban designer; he is now senior researcher with the Design Centre for Sustainability at UBC.
Randy Chatterjee: Founding member of Village Vancouver, the Transition initiator for the Lower Mainland of British Columbia
10th avenue is a bike lane.
Parking on 10th, 11th, and Glen
Wheelchair accessible from 10th, 11th, and Clark
We will have a extra chairs for those who cannot/do not want to sit on the ground.
Vegan and Gluten free food will be available.
No Bathroom facilities at the Park