2020 Days of Learning

Due to COVID-19 learning opportunities in large groups, in person, are not possible. However, we will be reaching out to community to find out what their learning needs are. So far, we have many new Indigenous gardeners, who are hoping for support in knowing how to care for the plants that are now calling these gardeners yards their home. Our priority is to centre: local Indigenous knowledge carriers; local Indigenous skilled gardeners; and Indigenous relatives with relevant knowledge, skills, and teachings to share. We'll also be welcoming community partners to support the work of learning, sharing, and facilitating these learning opportunities through the means determined to be the best way to share knowledge with the network. We're open to creative ways of sharing including, videos, live streams, audio, art, and more. 

2019 Days of Learning Events

Tiffany Joseph shared knowledge of Indigenous-led restoration practices through her experience as coordinator of SṈIDȻEȽ Resiliency Project. 

August 2019

Community members were invited to Tsuk to learn how seafood is harvested and prepared by local Tsuk Indigenous food leaders. This was a day for people to learn about the seafoods within the local Indigenous food systems.

— May 2019

Indigenous foods leaders and partners were lead on a tour of W̱JOȽEȽP (Tsartlip First Nation) Pollinator and Community Gardens, and of Saanich Native Plants Nursery. This was a day of capacity building around the local Indigenous plants for food, medicine, tools, and habitat for pollinators, and how ways to provide healthy foods to community.

— May 2019