Thursday, April 21 at 7pm, with writer Lorraine Johnson
Unsettling the Garden: A Non-Indigenous Gardener's Reflections on Landscape, Reconciliation and Relationship-Building
In this illustrated talk, writer Lorraine Johnson explores the garden in the context of reconciliation and land sovereignty, looking at the ways gardening traditions are tied to settler-colonialism, and the role of restorative land care in restitution and relationship-building.
You can RSVP to this event through Eventbrite. This event will not be recorded.
This event is hosted as part of the Signal Boost Initiative in partnership with ReForest London and the Westminster Ponds Centre, with support from Ontario Trillium Foundation.