Learning from the Land - Resources and stories from K-12 schools to support engagement with Indigenous plants and pedagogy

This session will showcase a recent school based planning resource created by Farm to School BC and provincial partners that highlights multiple indigenous plants education programs from across the province. The session intends to showcase the programs that were highlighted in the resources document, and act as an official launch of the resource. The goal of this session is to  inspire and support teachers, school administrators, Elders, community members, and Knowledge Keepers who are interested in developing similar initiatives connected to K-12 schools. This session was created with input from partners across multiple indigenous plants / foods programs, including Indigenous educators, school district administration, community members and cultural Knowledge Keepers.


1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

This session is full.


  • Farm to School BC
    Marcus Lobb

    I am a 6th generation mixed European settler currently working and residing on Coast Salish Territories of the Songhees and Esquimalt peoples. My role with Farm to School BC is as a community animator. I have been engaged in outdoor education and school garden work for over a decade.