Turn the City Green - WORKSHOP ON AUNGIER ST

Saturday, July 21, 2012 - 13:00 to 16:30
Free - registration required

Seed Bomb, Co-Cook & Mobile Garden Workshop with talks from urban gardeners and music and event coordination by Radical Growth

Calling all Growers, Cooks & Radical Gardeners! 
We have a free gardening, cooking and food making event suitable for the whole family taking place as part of HACK THE CITY and Interactivos?'12 Dublin this Saturday from 1pm to 4:30pm at Whitefriars Community Centre, 56 Aungier St, Dublin 2. The event brings together four unique projects: CoCook, Seedbombah, Radical Gardens, and Janice Steadman's Mobile Garden.

Time
13.00-15.30 Seedbombah, Mobile Garden & CoCook Workshops
14.30-15.30 Talks by Robert Moss, Grace Maguire & Radical Growth
15.30-16.30 Seedbombah & Mobile Garden City Walks

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CoCook
CoCook is a collaborative global movement that involves cooking and eating in urban public spaces. CoCook, Dublin is lead by the Spanish team members Iñigo & Luis Cornago, Cesar García & Claudia Sánchez, who will demostrate the idea on Saturday by showcasing their mobile kitchen unit, which has been constructed by the team over the last week. Having created a portable kitchen from reclaimed and repurposed materials CoCook invite you to come and cook on it.  Simply bring your favourite ingredient and together we will make something delicious. 

ATTENDANCE IS FREE JUST DROP IN!

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Seedbombah (Guerrila Huerta)
Seedbombah uses seed bombing to unite communities old and new to transform their city into an urban orchard. Learn how to make seed bombs and how to make your city greener with guerilla gardening. Find out more about the project.

ATTENDANCE IS FREE JUST DROP IN!

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Radical Growth
Radical Growth is a project which emerged from the Idea Translation Lab, Science Gallery and Trinity College Dublin. Led by Daithi O'Reilly & Elaine Kavanagh the project explores garden and land share in the city and how we can co-grow food together. 

Gain further insight into the ideas behind the projects and how you can turn our city spaces in urban gardens, with short talks from Robert Moss on Dublin Community Growers; Grace Maguire on Dublin City Council Allotments, Radical Growth on urban land share and many more....

TALKS ARE FREE JUST DROP IN!

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Mobile Garden
All you need to do is bring an object that can be pushed, pulled or carried, and can, in some way, house or attach to a plant - think old rucksacks, handbags, boots, shoes, pull along toys, tea pots, prams and bikes. We will show you how to turn these objects into mobile gardens, and then we will take to the streets to turn the city green!

BOOKING REQUIRED