Sat 1 July 2017, 10:30 - 1:00 pm
Duration: 2.5 hours
Free, public event
Kent Country Parks
Gravesend, DA12 3HX
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Ash trees are dying, and our landscape is changing as a result. This ecopoetry workshop faces that reality head on, and asks how we respond to the situation. One answer is to connect with what remains. After a guided walk through ash woodland, we will work on creating poems that explore ash tree ecology and respond to the trees in a direct, sensory way. In doing so, we will enhance our individual relationships to ash trees, which make up such a huge part of the landscapes that surround us, and which may soon be gone.
Find out more about Chris Poundwhite’s ecopoetry courses & workshops at www.gotothepine.com.
This event is part of our series of Ash Walks taking place this summer, it is also the first in a series of ecopoetry workshops that will take place as part of The Ash Project. Join the mailing list or connect with us on social media and we’ll let you know when new walks and workshops are announced.