Join us at Graze the Roof this spring for 3 inspiring workshops designed to empower, and inspire!
All workshops are FREE to the public - invite your friends, colleagues, neighbors and family members!
All workshops run from 1p-3p and take place at Graze the Roof; the rooftop of 330 Ellis St (atop the GLIDE Foundation building)
March 31st - Designing your Spring Garden
...want to get a garden started this spring?!? Join us for this comprehensive and hands-on workshop outlining best practices and holistic approach to container gardening.
April 7th - Designing Sustainable Habitats AND Visionary Place Making with Lisa Lee Benjamin of Urban Hedgerow
LISA LEE BENJAMIN
Catalyst, Master Instigator
With love and beauty leading her, Lisa Lee Benjamin is a catalyst for the planet. She is profoundly dedicated to altering the way we live and transforming passion into action. As Principal of Evo Catalyst, an environmental design and consulting firm based in San Francisco, Lisa works internationally in collaboration, to open the possibilities and challenge our ideas of sustainability and community to create systems that work. www.lisaleebenjamin.com
May - Tour Green Roofs of San Francisco
...Take a walking tour of some of our cities most verdant rooftops!
Graze the Roof is an edible, community-produced vegetable garden on the rooftop of Glide Memorial Church, a progressive church and nonprofit located in the Tenderloin district of San Francisco.
Graze the Roof features lightweight (upcycled) raised garden beds made from milk crates; a worm composting system and an educational mural which ties the whole project together. Glide youth and volunteers from throughout the Bay Area maintain the garden and host monthly tours and workshops.
Join us for our community workdays, workshops and rooftop garden tours!
Additionally, we are looking for dedicated volunteers/interns/creationists to play a leading role in the development and continued success of Graze the Roof. There are a wide range of opportunities available - from hands on gardening and construction activities to community outreach, workshop facilitation, gardening education, fundraising and research and development.
If would like to be a dedicated volunteer, please contact Graze the Roof's project manager, Lindsey Dyer at: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to RSVP for one or more workdays/workshops.