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Le Frigo Vert

Anti-Colonial Week: Plantcestors Workshop (FEB 5)

A space to share and learn about our Plantcestors (plant ancestors) of the past, present, and future.

Anti-Colonial Week: Plantcestors Workshop (FEB 5)
Anti-Colonial Week: Plantcestors Workshop (FEB 5)

Time & Location

Feb 05, 2024, 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Le Frigo Vert, 1440 Rue Mackay, Montréal, QC H3G 2H7, Canada

About the event

Le Frigo Vert, Mindful Campus Initiative and the Art Hive are teaming up to bring you a unique experience that celebrates the importance of food in our daily lives.

📅 Mon, Feb 5, 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.

📍Le Frigo Vert | 1440 Mackay St, Montreal, Quebec H3G 2H7

As part of our Anti-Colonial Week programming, we are hosting the Plantcestors Workshop with Andrea Claire and Hunter Cubitt-Cooke.

Learn about how to connect with your plant ancestors! We will discuss our relationships with our plant ancestors, decolonizing herbalism, urban plant allies, how to build relationships with our future ancestors, repairing and restoring relations, and much more!

Join herbalists and community organizers Andrea and Hunter as we dive into these topics and create space to learn, share, and grow into the future we all need.

Andrea is a Two Spirit Anishinaabe herbalist and community facilitator. They believe that being in good relation with our plant spirit relatives is an essential part of community care and connection, allowing us access to ancestral wisdom and resilience.

Hunter is a mix gendered Trans Clinical Herbalist working as the resident herbalist at Le Frigo Vert; an anti-capitalist and anti-colonial workers collective, and through the private practice of Revelry Apothecary. They have studied and practice a variety of healing modalities, biodynamic farming, mycology and mycoremediation, astrology, and energetic/spiritual healing. They are a long time community activist and have worked in the field of mental health and harm reduction. As a neuro-divergent person living with chronic pain, mental and physical disability, and having grown up poor - accessibility and challenging the current systems of power shapes all they do

Click the link to register or learn more!

🌿 https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/anti-colonial-week-plantcestors-workshop-postponed-to-february-5th-tickets-805299351037?aff=oddtdtcreator

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