March at Trillium

Such a busy month! it has taken me the  first week of April to even sort photos for all the happenings, but have posted on our Trillium  Almanac School Residency at last a March Page… you can read about March in the park and follow the whole project from here. A big thanks to our…

New Weaving Retreat Program Announced!

Rebecca and Sharon get asked all the time if they are teaching a specific class, or when something will be offered again… As everything we have done to date has involved always grant writing to offer classes for free as a part of larger projects, sometimes the project we are  doing doesn’t fit the skills…

Pollinator House Video

Our 2015 spring season of working for the bees with Strathcona Elementary School and  Environmental Youth Alliance wonderfully documented here by Martin Borden. The Pollinator House is lovely addition to Trillium North Park, and the bees are moving in!

Update at Trillium North

Did you know… Trillium North now has a dedicated website for all happenings? Yes! one place for all of your info needs on what is going on at Trillium North, we will do our best to keep info current on both the eartHand  and the Trillium North websites, but take a peak and add Trillium…

New Project: Buzz-scaping Trillium North

We are thrilled to announce  the 2015 events for Trillium North: Pollinator House  Which we will be making with both adults and children.  Strathcona Food Security Committee will build the frame with David Gowman, and  Rebeca Graham and Sharon Kallis will lead the Strathcona Elementary Students in weaving bee-friendly housing forms. Erin Udal from Environmental…

Trillium North Open House

Come out and meet us! Saturday November 8th 2-4pm at Trillium North Tour the storage containers, find out about our plans to support the grassy meadow with native pollinators on site. Located at the corner of Malkin and Thornton Streets, Trillium North opened mid-summer, but local artists and other residents in the area began working…

Announcement: fundraising campaign for community eco-arts

We are just thrilled to be joining forces with the City of Vancouver and Vancouver Park Board for fundraising towards future public environmental art programming. As budgets get tighter, and  public funding shrinks it is wonderful to be able to work with the city, which has charitable status, so can offer tax receipts for donations…

Trillium North update

Things heat up  at the new park as we approach the point of public access at the new site. Several local folks came and helped weave a new fence for our small  demonstration flax plot that is roadside: Our Park Board partners have set us up with keys to the main building as well as…