About the Workshop

Saturday, July 10  •  11AM – 1PM  •  Pre-Registration Required  •  All Ages Welcome  •  Free!

Explore the healing properties of the plants we’re growing in the first aid garden. Make first aid kits with balms, tinctures, and pickles. What medicines did our ancestors pass down to us? How did these medicines cross seas and soils? How might we harvest the abundance in our urban landscape? This workshop is led by Educators Jeannette Rodríguez Píneda & Kim Calichio of The Connected Chef.

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About the Educators

Jeannette Rodriguez-Pineda

Jeannette Rodríguez Píneda is a Dominican-American mixed media artist and educator using antiquarian emulsion-based processes as a means of remembering soils called home. They have an intergenerational teaching practice rooted in love ethic as liberation that spans across the five boroughs of New York City.

Kim Calichio

Kim Calichio is the Co-Founder and Director of The Connected Chef. The Connected Chef is a grass-roots, community organization re-envisioning food access to ensure that every household has local, nutritious food. Through their sliding scale Lifeline Grocery program, they source fresh ingredients from farms in NY/NJ/PA and deliver weekly groceries to over 700 households across Queens.