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IN HARMONY WITH NATURE

We acknowledge that In Harmony With Nature will be walking on the unceded lands of the Squamish, Musqueam and Tsleil-Waultuth peoples. This land is home to diverse Indigenous people, plants and other beings whom we recognize as vital contributors of our society.

 

IN HARMONY WITH NATURE AT A GLANCE

A Distinct Love for Nature

We would like to bring attention to the importance of diversity; to embrace and integrate cultural distinctions and similarities. Our intention is to create a space for collaboration and understanding among different cultures and generations. To live in awareness of the intra-action* of everything that exist.

 

ACTIVITIES

NATURE WALKS

Nature walks honouring the plants and their medicines which are growing all around us; showcasing our native plants describing cultural usage, plant identification, how to grow in our own gardens, nutritional value and some practical applications. Outdoor walks will take place at Khanahmoot aka New Brighton Beach, Hastings community park and garden, at the Sanctuary and other neighbouring parks.

ART WORKSHOPS

We will offer space to create either out at our chosen location or back at the Hastings Community Centre (weather dependent).  Interactive workshops on plant identification and collaborating with other artists of various mediums to help co-create a unique reference book of flora and fauna knowledge for future generations.   Copies of the art will be printed to publish a botanical art book.  These workshops are inclusive of all ages and cultural background.

SEASONAL EVENTS

Special events to connect with the rhythms of nature. The invitation will be to the community to share potluck, local teas, music; to answer and ask questions to encourage conversation and offer guidance to create their own artwork inspired by local plants and their experience out at our parks.

 

CONTACT LORI AND LAURA

Get in touch with In Harmony With Nature to learn more about our work and how you can get involved.

 
 

ABOUT US

Lori Snyder Indigenous Herbalist and educator. 

Laura Cisneros, a Cuban Art Historian and a writer focus in the experience of living and creating in a foreign language. 

Artists in Residence 2020 ~ Hastings Sunrise Community Centre

We invite the members of the Hastings/sunrise community to gather and discover our native plants and the cultural history of this land we call our home.  Interactive workshops on plant identification and collaborating with other artists of various mediums to help co-create a unique reference book of flora and fauna knowledge for future generations.  Outdoor walks with take place at Khanahmoot aka New Brighton Beach, Hastings community park and garden, at the Sanctuary and other neighbouring parks.

 
 
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