Edible Wildlife Corridor for Amsterdam

pakhuis-meeting river of herbs
Pakhuis de Zwijger, Piet Heinkade 179, Amsterdam
Monday 3rd February, 19.00 – 22.00 (free entry)

Are you interested in helping create an edible wildlife corridor through Amsterdam, by planting bee-friendly herbs in tree pits, geveltuinen, community orchards and other large or small spaces? Come along to the River of Herbs launch meeting to learn about this inspiring city wide project and get involved.

Help plan the route of the Amsterdam River of Herbs.
Learn how urban wildlife corridors can help people, plants and pollinators.
Connect with interested groups and individuals.
Get support for growing herbs along the route.
Take home seeds to grow in tree pits, geveltuinen, schools and gardens.
Support urban beekeeping and native bee populations.

Speakers to include:
Lynn Shore (UrbanHerbology.org, Riverofherbs.org)
Rene Genet (AmsterdamseHoning.nl)
Theun Karelse (FoAM, Boskoi)
Ruta Asgodom (Vrouw en Vaart)
Ann Doherty & Suzanne Oommen (City Plot Amsterdam)
Natascha Hagenbeek (I Can Change The World With My Two Hands)
Henny Hijmans (Amsterdamverbindt.nl)
Carol Poye (Bee Care Amsterdam)
Bambi Bogert (Facilitator)

Contact:
Lynn Shore
River of Herbs
06 275 969 30
riverofherbs@gmail.com
www.riverofherbs.org

Posted in Amsterdam River, Geveltuin/pavement garden
2 comments on “Edible Wildlife Corridor for Amsterdam
  1. Toets says:

    Hier heb ik zin in!

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