“The season of broom stewardship is here and you’re invited to beautiful Riddell Preserve for the 2024 Broomapullooza kick-off event! Come on out for a day of forest stewardship centered on getting rid of French broom (see why below), delicious snacks, and community! And, in an exciting addition, we’re mixing art with stewardship with the chance to participate in a collaborative broom sculpture with Kelsi Anderson.
Kelsi is an ecological artist who creates large-scale earth murals + site specific art installations. With a kindred relationship with nature and place, Kelsi explores how art can make us feel more connected to ourselves, nature, and a sense of place through facilitating collaborative, community based public artworks. You can see images of her work on her website www.wildearthart.com and www.instagram.com/wildearthart
Thank you to our friends at Sonoma County Ag + Open Space for helping to make this stewardship event possible! “
Details: LandPaths (neoncrm.com)