“For tens and thousands of years they have understood how to create harmonious systems of relationships between people, animals, land, and water.” - Dr. Dori Tunstall
The World Biodiversity Forum hosts an essential conversation on the question "Why do we need to take action and what do we want to achieve?" Enjoy a conversation with experts in the field as they discuss actionable goals in the realm of Biodiversity.
In celebration of UNESCO's World Day for Cultural Diversity on May 21st and World Biodiversity Day on May 22nd, watch the public launch of the 'In Good Taste' food sustainability documentary at the World Biodiversity Forum.
A continuation of the exploration In Good Taste, which seeks to answer the question: What does it mean to have truly good taste in the modern world? This intimate conversation will look to the perspectives of cultural knowledge keepers, who bring with them an understanding of how a sense of place and personal history should inform our choices.
As we collectively experience a global pandemic, our systems, structures, and social mores are being put to the test. In...
Join us for a pre-premiere sneak peak of the In Good Taste documentary, screened publicly for the first time!
What is the role of ceremony in design thinking? John S. Couch, VP of Product Design for Hulu and author of "The Art of Creative Rebellion: How to champion creativity, change culture, and save your soul" explains through moments of ritual in Japanese culture.
Uncover the factors that actually control your food choices from leading food scientists and gastronomy experts.
Discover Frye Museum's innovative Creative Aging program and how we can apply the deep connections between art, nature and memory.
In an exploration of the confluence of nature and design, two foragers and one SF-based chef come together to discuss the incredible nutrient density and biodiversity growing off the beaten path of our monocultural food system.
Get in touch with your inner naturalist and become empowered by the bounty of biodiversity through a virtual Tea & Talk in celebration of Wild and Feral Food Week 2020.
In celebration of Earth Month, and the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day, we convened virtually for a "Tea & Talk", featuring The Garden of Secrets, a documentary film by TEALEAVES and UBC Botanical Garden.