On Wednesday, April 22 (Earth Day) at 7:00 p.m. online on Zoom, join Carol Jowdy on a journey from planet Earth to your backyard.
To join the meeting, go to https://zoom.us, and select “Join a Meeting.” Enter Meeting ID 878 060 278, then select “Join.” You will be prompted to “Open Zoom Meetings,” please do so. If this is your first time using Zoom on your device, you may need to download and run Zoom first. When prompted, enter meeting password 450637. If you need more help using Zoom, see our tutorial at https://tamworthlibrary.org/2020/04/our-guide-to-using-zoom/.
At this presentation, learn why preserving, protecting and planting native species supports natural systems vital to life on Earth. Learn how to turn your land into Edible Forest Gardens where all species thrive and cooperate, encourage pollination, supply food and bring joy. Using Earth as our teacher, learn respect and take responsibility for the Web of Life around and within us. Learn to gently tiptoe on the planet and hear it whispering ‘thank you, thank you’.
There is a seed sharing activity related to this program. Herb, flower and vegetable seeds are available for families to explore resourcefulness, resilience and food independence. Learning and teaching children to mimic nature; planting seeds and watching them grow has the power to bring love, compassion and happiness to all hearts.