treehouse brooklyn 430 graham ave brooklyn, new york 11211

treehouse brooklyn 430 graham ave brooklyn, new york 11211

Thursday, June 03, 2010

THIS SAT at Change You Want To See Gallery...with DoTank Brooklyn...

One of our favorite neighborhood spots that is always coming up with radical new ways to be a better citizen is hosting this great even on Saturday.....please go and take notes for us?

let's get dirty to pretty up our hood! ;)

kisses from the branches
and reaching for the stars,
sirius (lux) treehouse*

Please join us at The Change You Want To See Gallery this Saturday for a hands-on urban agriculture workshop with hosts DoTank Brooklyn. From worms to seed bombs to vertical, hydroponic, modular, low-energy, high-yield edible window farms, you'll gain new tools to help you engage in and enhance your urban environment.
Bring curiosity, cameras, and a pen and notebook.
Saturday June 5, 1-3pm

$15 entry to cover materials

Capped at 30 attendees for the best hands-on experience
Click here to RSVP if you intend to pay at the door
(does not guarantee your spot)
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RSVP and Pre-Pay by card
(guarantees your spot)


DoTank is a public vessel for interdisciplinary exploration, engagement and enhancement of our urban environment through means outside of the formal urban planning process. We make rapid and meaningful change by exploring and testing in our laboratory: Brooklyn, NY. By catalyzing local intellectual capital, we carry out interventions meant to improve the built environment. We connect, capture, build, design, and produce, and above all else, we Do.

Windowfarms are vertical, hydroponic, modular, low-energy, high-yield edible window gardens built using low-impact or recycled local materials. They serve to empower city folks to grow food inside, year-round, and give ordinary people a way to contribute innovations toward more sustainable cities.

Seed bombing is where gardeners throw a "green grenade" into an empty lot filling in all those empty spots and roadside tracts of land with flowers and/or food. With this unauthorized act of participation guerrilla gardeners do the work that our cities should be paying to have done.

Worms!!!! And indoor composting.

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