Tropical spinach and alternate greens
Hosted by @wormyqueen
Vegan BeesWax Wraps
As a consumer driven society heavily dependent on plastic, it can be daunting to imagine a reality without it. The great thing is that so many alternatives are making waves in the way we interact with our environment.
A really easy alternative to plastic are beeswax wraps. But wait—what if you’re vegan??? As someone who doesn’t support the use of animal products, let’s take it another notch up.
Instead, we’ll be using plant-based wax to make these convenient alternatives that can be used for snacks, as covers for bowls, and even lining your refrigerator shelves for an easy cleanup; as big as your imagination is as creative as it gets.
Stop by for this hour(ish) workshop revealing the ugly truth behind plastics and why this is a great alternative.
Hosted by @dontbtrash
We will talk about how to plant, grow, eat and propagate all kinds of tropical spinach plants.
Cuttings/starts and seeds will be given to all participants $30 per person
Apothecary Intro: Salves, Tinctures, Herbal Blends & More
Hosted by Estefania from Semillitas Del Sol
Come and learn how to start your “at home medicine cabinet” without any harsh chemicals and products (those with names we often can’t pronounce)
We will be making herbal blends with dried herbs, tinctures for adults and sensitive populations(elders/kids), and taking home an easy to make and “friendly to most” salve!
Have with you a small jar or empty tin can for your salve, a reusable bag for your herbs to take home, your sliding scale donation, and your curiosities.
*All ages welcomed!
*Let us know if you need any specialized assistance(such as but not limited to language/ accessibility requirement)
*If you really want to take the class but don’t have the funds at the time we can discuss privately.*
Funds will be used for materials & continuous donation to our neighbors in Boriken(Puerto Rico) for earthquake relief.
Intro To Sewing: Making a Produce Bag
Hosted by @Designlabgive
Come join an Intro to sewing workshop and learn how to make a reusable Produce bag with @designlabgive
"According to the Environmental Protection Agency, which has been collecting plastic bag statistics for more than a decade, roughly 2% of plastic bags are recycled in the United States. The rest are left to live on indefinitely in landfills or decompose in our oceans, where they leech toxins into the water and soil."
For $25 Chose your favorite fabric, learn the steps to create your bag and take it home with you!
Proceeds go to their Africa project Where #designlabgive and their volunteers are working to set up a sewing center in Kenya to teach women how to sew.
We will Discuss:
-Cleansing & Healing without Conflict/
-Alternative Plant Medicines
-Regional Plant Allies
We will be making: