Duwamish Teachings with NW Native Storyteller Johnny Moses: Medicine Songs from the Time of Chief Seattle (Songs of Chief Seattle’s Family) is the 4th of a monthly series of free family friendly programs. All are invited to share in a deeper understanding of the language and culture of the First People of Seattle, Chief Seattle’s Duwamish Tribe through 5 events focusing on traditional local seasonal songs and stories. Johnny Moses was a recipient of the 2012 WA Governor’s Heritage Award. Sponsored by Seattle Peoples Fund, 4Culture and Duwamish Tribal Services.
Come celebrate, be inspired, and contribute to this collaborative community with your own creativity. Join us for an art exhibition, art auction, live performance, local artisan food & drink and collaborative art activities. This event supports local artists AND our favorite local nonprofit, Young Women Empowered.
*Meet Featured Artists* Art Exhibition * Local Artisan Food & Drink * Charity Benefit Art Auction*
Environmental professionals often work on complex teams made up of many individuals representing multiple disciplines and working at many different companies and locations. Now, with the explosion of communication and information technologies, such “virtual” teams have become common (if not the norm) in many other industries as well.
There's a biochar workshop on April 27-28 from 9-4:00 in Woodinville. It only costs $35, and you'll get to take home a biochar stove of your own which can be used on your farm. The flyer is attached.
It is hosted at Morethana Farm which is located in Woodinville next to 21 Acres. The farm is co-leased by Antioch University, Pacific Bamboo Resources, and SeaChar, and the goal of the farm is to become a permaculture education center.
This workshop is made possible by a grant to Antioch given by Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc.
Follow this link to register:
Morethana Farm (by 21 Acres)
16215 140th Pl NE (Enter at Classic Nursery drive way)