CoViD-19 update:
Despite the challenges we all face with this emerging pandemic, Greenprint has seen a number of events and workshops take place, with deep conversations about how we all make practical changes to protect our environment.

Our Mixing Pot event will now be a live-streamed so you can still drop-in on the conversation online. Thursday 19th, from 6:30pm. A link will go up here so you can tune into the talks

Like with Blueprint, Greenprint is a simple festival showcasing the unique and diverse expressions of radical thinking already shaping something special in Middlesbrough. Across this week we’ll highlight independent grass-roots projects, showcase innovative thinkers and host spaces where our collective intelligence and experience can be shared. Keep checking-in. Details of sessions and venues are being added daily.
Here’s what we have so far….

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Public Living Room

Fri 13th, 1-3pm, Creative Factory @ Hill Street

Learning Circle #1

Mon 16th March, details coming soon

Pallet upcycling workshop

Wed 18th March, details tbc

Rekalibrator

Mon-Fri, 10am

Community Garden Centre Launch

Newport hub,
times tbc

Mandala making session

Tbc

Boro SOUP xtra

Live crowdfunding event for innovative eco ideas. Details tbc

Litter picks

Wed 18th March, various locations in Ayresome / Holgate

Mixing Pot

Big conversations around the local eco picture. Thurs 19th March, 6:30pm

Alley make-over

Ayresome, Sun 22nd/Mar, 11am

Thorntree nature walk

Tbc

Learning Circle #2

Mon 23rd March, Kirkleatham

Pedlin Prints

Central Boro,
Times tbc

Saltburn Community Café

Various sessions
Greenprint is a glimpse into the diverse interconnected adaptations to our environment we need to make. The week is curated by activists from the hope4boro network with minimal cost. Where money was needed we’re grateful for support from Seedbed for this network to experiment around deep adaptation. Thanks also to the Emergence Foundation and Oasis Foundation for their support of eco projects in and around Gresham. Thanks to FreeStyle for giving time to pull details together and
 to each project for the gift they always give to the world.