End of September- on the land together and new stewardship call out!

Many of our online Guilds have begun, but we are still meeting outdoors and celebrating the bounty of this season; finding ways to celebrate and honour the plants that feed and nurture.

SEPTEMBER 25 7.30pm- Documentary Movie Night

Join Martin Borden and Sharon Kallis at the outdoor screening of the now completed, Wild Fibres short film Martin has created around Sharon’s making of the nettle coat.

Hastings and Kamloops pop-up plaza, a part of the Neighbourhood Food Week!

SEPTEMBER 26 1.30-3pm- Rosehips and Stories

Join Meagan Innes and Sharon Kallis for traditional stories of the place we now call Trillium Park, and gathering of rosehips for winter medicine, and gifting nourishment back to the roses.

Please pre-register here, bring an umbrella, and a cup to join us at the Strathcona garden cider pressing right after


Want to get more involved with EartHand and live in the East Vancouver or downtown core?

We are now seeking new volunteers to join our awesome stewardship team in time for fall planting.

The team meets weekly in the summer months, tapering off to twice a month through winter and uses Slack to stay in touch about projects and upcoming work. Perks include learning about pruning, weaving garden fences, opportunities to work creatively with the plants on site. Small discount for Earthand paid programming and learn more about hand crafting with seasonal abundance with a great group of people.

Upcoming Site Orientation session is October 2, 2-4pm, planting date October 16 1-4pm

email earthandgleaners(at)gmail.com to apply, send a short email with your name, phone number, and let us know if you live in the area, are an artist or maker or other current relationships to gardens and plants that inspire you to join our EartHand Trillium team.