Cultural Territories 101 is back!

We are excited to announce the return of Cultural Territories 101, a continuation of where we left off last Spring. This time around Nicole will invite guests to research, learn and discuss pertinent topics that effect these Nations and their sovereignty. Nicole will be leading light discussion around the plants, fibres, weaving and cultural practices…

2022 Artists in Residence- a teaser!

We are super excited to have Anna Heywood Jones and Meagan Innes joining us for garden time and studio explorations this year as our third year of having an Artists in Residence program that informs the direction of our land-based inquiry. More information coming soon about the workshops, community skill-share sessions and many ways to…

Paid Programming Tiers  for 2022

EartHand Gleaners works hard to provide low barrier, affordable  and deeply impactful programming through our various skill development, artist residency and land-inquiry projects.  Over the last few years as our program offerings have grown, we made the decision not to increase program costs to pay for administration; but instead to dedicate any revenue into paying artists…

Mapping Gardens and EartHand’s Interns!

2021 has been a rich year of knowledge transfer in the gardens for EartHand! We have been so thrilled to have with us this past year three interns from two universities: Sarah Holloway- Rhode Island School of Design and Rebecca Wang and Melanie Camman from Emily Carr University of Art and Design joined us for…

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…

Stewardship Opportunity- MOP

UPDATE: all spaces are full for new stewards at this time- with provincial restrictions on gathering we do need to limit the number of people we have in the a garden. please keep following us, and we will look to more training sessions in 2022. Once a month-ish short, online meetings happen to discuss current…

Cultural Territories 101

We are so excited to announce this new free program hosted by Nicole Preissl! We have 4 sessions planned for this spring, and another 4 to come this fall, as learning and sharing opportunities to deepen our awareness of the cultures of the place we live and visit in this province . Thank you to…

Keep a Seasonal Almanac With Us

Join us online the last Monday of the month from March- November 7-8.30pm March 29, April 26, May 31, June 28, July 26, Aug 30, Sept 27, Oct 25, Nov 29 Free program! Join Jaymie Johnson (Nelson) and Sharon Kallis (Vancouver) and share what you are finding, tending, harvesting and using from your garden. Lets…

Makers’ Market Day is Happening!

So thrilled we are able to gather in small groups again outdoors and do this in person. As an organization with a motto- how do we be makers without first being consumers-, selling sticks feels very weird indeed. However, these are weird times we are living in, so here we are, hosting our first ever…

Fence Weaving

Virtual to Real Time Fence weaving tutorials have been a success! Who knew, when the pandemic first began changing our way of gathering from in person to virtual -that we would be learning garden fence weaving online at the one year anniversary? So far, it has gone remarkably well and we have two fence weaving…