Genius Teatime welcomes our first speaker: Julie Cordero-Lamb!
What is, and what can be: what the plants teach us about adapting to climate disruption.
February 11 from 3:30-4:30 PM on Zoom.
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Julia Cordero-Lamb is a grassroots herbalist and teacher of traditional regenerative horticulture in her family’s homeland, the unceded tribal territory of the central coastal Chumash. She is an enrolled member of the Coastal Band of the Chumash Nation, and founded the Syuxtun Plant Mentorship Collective in 2016. Julia also co-founded the Chumash Maritime Association in 1996, which brought traditional Chumash plank canoes back into the Chumash family circle. She did her MA/PhD work at UCSB, but opted out of an academic career in order to practice traditional regenerative horticulture at the grassroots, community level, and to raise her children on her farm in Washington state. She writes, makes things, grows and preserves food, and farms 8 acres in the cedar forests in the Salish Sea area with her spouse, two children, two housemates, their two children, and many special plants and animals.
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A. Laura Brody
I re*make mobility devices and materials and give them new lives. Sometimes I staple drape.