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Brad Lancaster presentation at Arizona Native Plants Society – Tucson chapter (in person and virtual)

November 14 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm


Brad will give a version of the following presentation at the meeting:

Re-hydrating and Re-enlivening Our Communities with Rain-watered Neighborhood Food Forestry

This presentation is about neighborhood forestry efforts empowering citizens, and contractors, to effectively plant the rain and native food-bearing vegetation to grow vibrant and resilient abundance where they live, work, and play. Then train them up and support them with the education, guidance, collaborations, and policy that enable them to better steward the plantings for decades to come. Dramatic results include cooler neighborhoods, healthier eating, a revitalization of indigenous cuisine, deeper connections with people and place, reduced flooding, skill building, greater soil fertility, and more beauty and joy. The strategies and practices are accessible to all and most are free or cost no more than the price of a shovel.



November 14
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm


Arizona Native Plant Society – Tucson