Acknowledging Indigenous Plant Nations w/ Lori Snyder

Richmond

Richmond, BC

Digital recording Agriculture Culinary & food History & heritage Indigenous Nature & outdoors

Learn and discover wild, native and medicinal plants that support us physically, emotionally and spiritually as we explore and experience our living world outside. Lori Snyder will introduce you to ‘Indigenous ways of knowing’ and these teachings will help to anchor important ways of being to help move us into an understanding and awareness of restored balance. Through stories and engaging our senses, Lori will weave a journey back to our true Nature. Lori Snyder is a descendant from the Powhatan, Dakota, T’suu tina, Nakota, Cree, Nipissing, Dene and Anishinaabe peoples, mixed with French and Celtic ancestry. She was born and raised on the lands of the Squamish people, overlooking the Salish Sea on the Pacific Northwest Coast of Turtle Island—near Vancouver, Canada. Through Indigenous ways of knowing and pedagogies, Lori leads people of diverse backgrounds in reconnecting to the Earth’s wisdom. Teaching at elementary and secondary schools, she recently facilitated a pilot project with Farm2School BC. Helping to incorporate Indigenous teachings into the curriculum, Lori supported the development of nine Indigenous foodscapes.

This event runs the duration of Culture Days.

This event is free.

Organized by

Richmond Public Art Program

The City of Richmond is a leader in creating opportunities for public art and is committed to building cultural health and well being of the community now and in the future. Public art animates the built and natural environment with meaning, contributing to a vibrant city in which to live and visit. By placing artwork in our everyday environment, the Public Art Program sparks community participation in the building of our public spaces, offers public access to ideas generated by contemporary art, celebrates community history, identity, achievements and aspirations, encourages citizens to take pride in community cultural expression and creates a forum to address relevant themes and issues of interest and concern to Richmond's citizens.

Location

Richmond City Hall

Richmond, BC

Event Contact

Richmond Public Art

publicart@richmond.ca

Language

English