We’ve learned about building dams, juicing high bush cranberries, tracking grizzlies, and planting Capilano apricots. But now it’s time to ask the really big question: how do we make nature?
Join us for an afternoon of short talks at a live recording of the podcast Let’s Find Out. Throughout this season of the podcast, we’ve answered listener questions about how humans and nature have shaped each other in Edmonton. At this event, we’ll share stories that’ll really make you think about how we create nature where we live, and you’ll have a chance to get your hands dirty playing around with visions of what our city could become.
When: Sunday, December 1
Doors will be open at 1:30 PM, and the event will begin at 2 PM.
Where: The Almanac on Whyte (10351 82 Avenue NW)
How much: $15
Where to buy tickets: Eventbrite
This event is presented by Taproot Edmonton, a member-supported home for curiosity-driven local journalism in the Edmonton area. Become a member and you’ll get a $5 discount on your ticket.
This event will be recorded for Let’s Find Out.
This event will also be a fundraiser for The Resilience Initiative (formerly known as The Rockies Institute).
We’ve been learning a lot this season about how climate change is already impacting humans and ecosystems in Alberta. TRI is an Alberta-based charitable organization that builds helps communities build resilience to climate change. They especially focus on partnerships with Indigenous communities, like this grasslands restoration project in Kainai First Nation.
You’ll be able to donate with cash or credit card at the door. Let’s put what we learned into action!
The Almanac has one step at the front entrance, with easier access from the alley. This event is all ages, and drinks will be available at the bar. All-gender washroom facilities will be available.
Let’s Find Out is a member of the Alberta Podcast Network, powered by ATB.