We will have events from . October 21st will be the culmination of our project, when we will walk with our plant companions to the site and complete the planting of a prairie that allows the plants to reclaim this area. Earlier in the week there will be opportunities to build plant-human connections for the walk and begin to plant some of our seedlings with the local community and school groups. On the 21st, we will march with our plant-human connectors to the Pierce Butler Storm Water Basin and have the largest planting day. The Pierce Butler site will also feature an outdoor classroom with interpretive signage that will be engage the public and explain what is happening on the site.
The Walking forest will be held on . The more people we have the more compelling our walk will be. We are planning to arrive at before the walk starts at . Ideal weather conditions we have us meet at Newell Park for the start of the walk; if weather conditions are not permissible we will have a separate rain plan in place, starting closer to the site. When we arrive at the Pierce Butler Storm Water Basin, we will begin to plant our prairie as a community. This will be the start of the outdoor classroom which will include a public learning space. If you have any questions please contact this email and we will respond with any further information we can provide.
plants will be delivered to Hamline University -- public build festival of plant-human connectors for walking the plants up to the site in style (including FYSEM Throwdown)
9-1 (Hamline Elementary)
more planting with school groups (let us know if you’re interested -- and we’ll post more details as we know about them)
( ) Final build of parade plant carriers
Planton Movil Walk, parading the rest of the plants up to the site in style!