Cultivating Place: Planting A Bridge For Our World, With Ernesto Alvarado
Ernesto Alvarado is a Mexican-born, Southern California-based native plant and seed teacher and student. He is currently the Native Plant Nursery Assistant at the Riverside Corona Resource Conservation District where he specializes in seed and native plants for gardening and greater connection to the world around him – and us.
While I told you that last week was the second in a two-part series in the sacred and much-needed ritual and ceremony that the seasonal cycles of our plants and gardens – I would say this is a bonus third episode in this vein. I think you will agree.
As a native plant and seed teacher and student, Ernesto’s greatest hope is to have his work serve as a green and living bridge for people to develop a deeper connection to the life all around them. Listen in!
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