Did you know you could participate in Alternative Spring Break (ASB) in May?
Applications are open for exciting opportunities to learn, give back, and engage with community in Thunder Bay or Pittsburgh this May!
With ASB Thunder Bay you can assist local community organization, Roots to Harvest, with their gardens and urban farms in the areas of foraging, soil development, seed starting, and bee care.You will have the opportunity to connect with Indigenous partners and gain an understanding of basic urban farming concepts and challenges, as well as explore issues of food security.
With ASB Pittsburgh you can serve with community partner, Amizade, at a number of locations in the neighbourhoods of Hill District and East Liberty on projects around gentrification, food deserts, and rapid urban development. You will have the opportunity to explore rapid urban development and Fair Trade Learning.
Deadline March 1, 2017.