The Common Acre

The Common Acre restores relationships between people and the land through ecology, community, and arts.

Upcoming Event

Cross Pollinations

Venu: The Green Line

Address: 10617 53rd Ave S, Seattle, WA 98178

Date: September 15, 2018

Date: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Notes: free and open to the public

Join the Common Acre, Unkitawa, and Dakota storyteller Fern Renville for the official Green Line Grand Opening, featuring a Duwamish ground blessing, a Lakota drum ceremony, Coast Salish storytelling, and educational activities centered around cultural and environmental cross-pollinations.

We will host a full day of exploration on our public pollinator habitat restoration site, filled with edible and medicinal native plants. Food, drinks, and family friendly activities provided.

This event was inspired by our commitment to hold space for stories about the native plants and wild pollinators of these lands,

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Our practice is holistic: our work finding and telling stories of the earth depends utterly on our understanding of it. Thus our team includes farmers, scientists, and a commitment to thoughtful field research and reporting.

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Arts & culture do more than make the work bearable; they make the work better. By cultivating the imagination, the mind, and our communities, we can dream a sustainable future and keep the strength of vision to see it through.

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We cultivate transformative relationships to strengthen communities. Our work centers inclusive engagements and educational opportunities to heal the earth, in partnership with visionary community organizers.

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