Tonight’s meeting will be held at the Donald Dodge Auditorium at the St. Clair County building at 7:00 PM.
According to local activist, Darlene Mory, tonight’s discussion will include an interview with tuka Rivers, “…life-long guerrilla gardner, community activist, mother, grandmother, and artist who has been building networks and gardens in the city of Detroit for thirty-two years. Currently, she is building a non-profit called, ‘Faith, Hope, and Unity Gardens’ which includes two small urban farms and a series of gardens. She has been involved in teaching people about sustainable practices for the last 15 years. When she’s not in the garden, chicken coop, or the classroom, you can find her in dark coffeehouses spitting poetry, networking, and envisioning a more sustainable world. She can be found on Facebook as well as under the title, Spirit Farm Detroit. We are fortunate to have her share her story at our Monthly Great Lakes Environmental Alliance Meeting.”
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