Sustainable Tuesdays, a weekly presentation on topics related to environmental and sustainability issues presented by Bemidji State University’s Sustainability Office, will include a seed exchange and tips for defeating the winter blues later this month.
Sustainable Tuesdays are held from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Rail River Folk School, located at 303 Railroad St. SW in Bemidji, unless otherwise indicated. They are open free to the public.
Feb. 12 – Seed Exchange and Garden Planning
If you are interested in starting your own garden but are unsure how to begin, this Sustainable Tuesdays presentation will have the answers. Diane Kuklinski and Rochelle Quick will share their knowledge of garden planning, including when certain plants should be planted, what varieties tend to grow well in Bemidji and tips for cultivating a resilient garden. There also will be a seed exchange.
Feb. 19 – Curing the Winter Blues
If the cold, bleak winter weather is getting you down, join Sustainable Tuesdays for tea and explore natural, herbal remedies that will help cure the winter blues.
This Sustainable Tuesdays gathering will be held at the Harmony Co-Op Community Kitchen, 302 Irvine Ave., Bemidji.
Feb. 26 – Exploring Treaty Rights and Sustainability
This presentation will explore treaty rights in Minnesota, how they affect choices to live more sustainably, and the role that recognizing and upholding these rights plays in sustaining a cultural connection to the environment.
Sustainable Tuesdays are a partnership between Bemidji State’s Sustainability Office, the Indigenous Environmental Network, MN GreenCorps and the Rail River Folk School.
For more information, contact Caitlyn Schuchhardt in the BSU Sustainability Office, (218) 755-3765, firstname.lastname@example.org.