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  • Co-op available
  • Excerpts offered to Maker Magazine; Orion; Yes! Magazine
  • Targeted review mailing to magazines, newspapers and bloggers including The New Yorker; Green Teacher; Sustainable Living Magazine, Mother Earth Living ; Municipal World , homeschooling magazines and blogs
  • Promoted to local horticultural groups, park boards and municipal councils
  • Academic promotion to colleges teaching community art
  • Author will attend World Domination Summit, Portland, July 2014; Maker Faires
  • Promotion on New Society Publishers Facebook page, twitter and blog
  • Ebook promotion with Kobo and Apple as appropriate
  • Electronic galley on Edelweiss

  • This book is a guide to creating community eco art installations using waste plant material with a focus on invasive species
  • Modeled the quilting bee or barn raising, community eco art projects have a shared purpose, common goal and ultimately provide an excuse to meet neighbors and socialize.
  • This book is a training manual that gives detailed how-to information on how to source materials, create projects and lead a local eco art project in their own community.
  • Author is a graduate of the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design and has been working on community eco art projects for over 12 years.
  • Provides an opportunity for participants to connect with nature in a unique, meditative and community-oriented way
  • Techniques are easy to use, can be done with a variety materials and require no specialist skills


Chapter 1: Work With What You Have at Hand
Chapter 2: Building for Change From the Ground Up
Chapter 3: Placemaking for Community

Chapter 4: Why Impermanence Matters
Chapter 5: Weaving Community Milestones
Chapter 6: Celebrations of Honor and Respect
Chapter 7: Common Threads

Chapter 8: Working with Invasive Plant Species
Chapter 9: Techniques
Chapter 10: Designing Group Projects
Chapter 11: Green Waste Logistics, Funding and Public Park Partnership

About the Author



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Date de parution 21 mai 2021
Nombre de lectures 3
EAN13 9781897408520
Langue English
Poids de l'ouvrage 1318 Mo


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