CREATE, RESTORE, BUILD
FREE PUBLIC EVENT (RSVP REQUIRED, SEE BELOW)
Sunday, February 3, 2013, 1-4pm
THE CREATE-WITH-NATURE PATHWAY IN REDWOOD REGIONAL PARK
A SAMAVESHA COMMUNITY PROGRAM "ART IN NATURE" EVENT
in partnership with REDWOOD REGIONAL PARK
Participation is by RSVP only
Join in to make ephemeral art with nature, plant natives under the redwoods, and secure the path borders.
Join us for a multifaceted creative event along the Create-With-Nature Pathway in Oakland's Redwood Regional Park. Choose (and flow) among three activities: creating ephemeral art with nature, planting native plants, and securing the tree limbs to define the pathway border. The Create-With-Nature Pathway is an ongoing participatory public art project with a purpose: running over 150 yards through a redwood grove, the pathway borders are designated spaces for the public to make ephemeral creations using sticks, redwood needles, pine cones, and more. The border edges, made from large tree limbs, in turn serve to protect the ongoing effort to restore the vegetation under the redwoods with indigenous ferns and other native plants. See this gallery of photos of the pathway.
Limited to 25 particpants - RSVP REQUIRED. To RSVP, click this Eventbrite invitation.
Your hosts: Park Ranger Pamela Beitz and Zach Pine.
Location: the Create-With-Nature Pathway, as shown on this map.
See this gallery for more photos from the pathway.