SEED: Climate Change Resilience
The Albuquerque Museum opened an exhibit on June 22nd called "SEED: Climate Change Resilience" which explores the power of seeds to teach and transform our future. The exhibit included our seed story, seeds, and writings from our work over the years with Dr. Larry Emerson and students from the region as well as Stonehill, Iona, Fairfield, Fordham, and Villanova Universities through the TDK Learning Community.
Community Learning Network's Director, Jennifer Nevarez, spoke at the opening of the Exhibit June 22 and acknowledged the human "seeds" in all of the students that have come her over the years. Gloria Emerson and Elayne Lowe, as well as the Thunderchief family, Rebecca Belletto and her son, plus Marlin Garrett, Chrissie Orr, and Jeanette Hartman were in attendance and also spoke to the work that took place in Tse Daak'an with Dr. Larry Emerson
The coordinators of the exhibit are considering alternate locations for the show to be exhibited after it closes in Albuquerque September 22, 2019, so if you have contacts in your region and know any institution that may be interested, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The current exhibit contains earth, seeds, seed stories, writings, photos, banners, and a slide show as well as audio story-scape from a range of regional and indigenous farmers....and was developed by Seed Broadcast SeedBroadcast.