From the West End Watershed Alliance:
Join us for Black History MonthWest Atlanta Watershed Alliance (WAWA) is proud to host a month of programming highlighting people of the African diaspora and their cultural connections to stewarding the earth. Our programs cover religion and nature, rest and fugivity, Harriet Tubman's early years, Gullah foodways, a gathering for Black professionals, and much more! Check out our full schedule of events and register to join us for Black History Month 2023!HooDoo's Kitchen WorkshopFebruary 2 (LINK)In Hoodoo's Kitchen we'll show you the mystical & cultural origins of certain diasporic dishes/herbs.Rain Barrel WorkshopFebruary 4 (LINK)A how-to workshop on the benefits and use of a rain barrel and take a rain barrel home!Church in the Wild PanelFebruary 5 (LINK)A panel highlighting the use of nature as a resource for spirituality and religion.Harriet HikeFebruary 11 (LINK)An interpretive hike and discussion on rest as a means of survival from the colonial world.Araminta: A New Narrative of Harriet TubmanFebruary 13 (LINK)Come and learn our narrative of Harriet ARAMINTA Tubman from the inside-out!Urban Bushcraft WorkshopFebruary 18 (LINK)Go off-the-grid with us as we make our own wood utensils in the Old-growth forest.Black Friday: Networking EventFebruary 24 (LINK)A networking event for Black professionals in the environmental and agriculture fields.Harriet HikeFebruary 25 (LINK)An interpretive hike and Harriet Tubman portrayal.
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