We are very sorry this event will be post-poned until further
notice. In the next two weeks, we hope to find a nice afternoon to have
this workshop out by the rope swing. If you are interested please
contact Ryan at email@example.com. Thanks for your interest!
Come learn about the magic and skill of fire-making. The Greenhouse is offering a workshop on friction fire; together we will be learning, experimenting and teaching about traditional fire-making techniques.
White cedar, basswood, mullen, goldenrod, burdock, white pine! Why these? Learn about the natural materials (local species from the kip tract)you will need to make your own hand-drill or bow drill kit. Then makeit yourself!
Tap into your creativity, curiosity, and ancestory through fire!
The cost of energy bars i.e. cliff bars got ya down? What about all the artificial sugars and additives you noticed the other day on the label?
Well, today's your lucky day because there will be a granola/energy bar making workshop at the Greenhouse. We'll make granola bars using a variety of natural, energy loaded ingredients and minimize the sugar all while making a bar that tastes fantastic. So come and have a lovely time relaxing and making granola bars with your favorite greenhouse members.
Join the residents of the Greenhouse for a viewing of the
movie Home, a beautiful film composed of an array of aerial shots of
various places on Earth. The film
depicts the diversity of life on Earth and how humanity is threatening the
ecological balance of the planet.
Interested in working at SLU's student-run garden this
Come to the Seed to Table Internship Informational Session on February 27th
at noon or 5pm in Student Center room 333.
Seed to Table is a student run garden designed to give
students the experience of growing sustainable food. The garden provides fresh
vegetables to Dana Dining Hall and the Campus Kitchens Project, a program that
uses food from the dining halls to provide a free meal to community members. The
Seed to Table Garden provides a space on campus for students to build an environmental
community, learn sustainable living skills, and connect with other community
members. The Seed to Table summer internship allows students to care for the
garden, increase community connections, and learn about sustainable living,
community structure, and local food systems.