sustainable flowers workshop

There is a great need for the introduction of new values in our society, where bigger is not necessarily better, where slower can be faster, and where less can be more.

Gaylord Nelson, founder of Earth Day

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Our 2019 workshop at The Commons in Inglewood was an incredible success. Bringing together florists, flower farmers, and farmer-florists from across Alberta, B.C., Manitoba, Montana, Idaho and Illinois - the workshop provided a supportive and encouraging environment within which to learn innovative techniques for creating floral displays that celebrate the ultimate beauty of nature, while also minimizing waste. Thanks to our incredible instructors:

Tobey Nelson of Tobey Nelson Events (@tobeynelsonevents)

Heather Henson of Boreal Blooms (@borealblooms)

Clara Qualizza of Meadow & Thicket (@meadowandthicket)

Briana Laughlin of Plastic Free YYC (@plasticfreeyyc)

Becky Feasby of Prairie Girl Flowers (@prairiegirlflowers)

All photos by Ian Gregory: @ianmgregory

We are hosting another sustainable flowers workshop in 2020.

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