Plants, Place, Planet
Aubrey Streit Krug
2:00 pm - 4:00pm
Stockyard Exchange Building , 1600 Genessee St #846, Kansas City, MO 64102
Age Range : 12yrs +
RSVP : Limited Seats Available RSVP @ firstname.lastname@example.org
The Land Institute is transforming agriculture through scientific research in perennial polycultures and through educational projects that spread a new way of thinking about the relationships between plants, places, and the planet. Participants in this workshop held in the Historic West Bottoms will engage with The Land Institute’s work through presentations, experiential activities, and a walk near the river. The workshop will be led by Aubrey Streit Krug, a postdoctoral fellow in Ecosphere Studies at The Land Institute.
The Land Institute
When people, land, and community are as one, all three members prosper; when they relate not as members but as competing interests, all three are exploited. By consulting Nature as the source and measure of that membership, The Land Institute seeks to develop an agriculture that will save soil from being lost or poisoned, while promoting a community life at once prosperous and enduring.