EcoCulture


Register to attend this virtual film screening of "The Meaning of the Seed", featuring stories from the Ramapough Lunaape, musical performance and discussion facilitation by Francisco G. Gómez and Nicole Wines of Raíces Cultural Center. Hosted by Rutgers Public History Program as part of the Humanities Action Lab’s Climates of Inequality: Stories of Environmental Justice exhibit programming.

Film Screening & Discussion: The Meaning of the Seed


by Nicole Wines It’s official…the growing season has begun! We have put our first seeds in trays – sweet and hot peppers, eggplants, tomatoes and herbs – rigged up a home germination chamber to keep our seeds cozy and warm so they can sprout quickly and strong, and given them […]

EcoCulture Garden Update – The Growing Season Has Begun – ...


by Nicole Wines The Raíces Herbal Circle and Knowledge Exchange was started by herbalist Angela Lugo. Membership is open to all individuals with practical knowledge of herbs and healing practices from different cultures and traditions who wish to take part in this circle. We now meet on the first Friday of […]

Raíces Herbal Circle and Knowledge Exchange – Monthly Meetings & ...




On October 7, 2017, Red Bank Artist Lisa Bagwell led a River Clean Up and EcoArt Workshop as part of the Raíces Cultural Center Water Is Life Project. Check out the photo album of the eco-warriors in our community who give us a little glimpse of hope in a sea of plastic despair...

Our Plastic Waters – Lisa Bagwell’s River Clean Up and ...