In a mission to spread the fresh trend of urban ecology, Onya Collective members ran DIY workshops for kids and adults. Some took place in the Central Bus Station, and others in community gardens or public spaces. Edible pallets, floating gardens, sack planters, wildflower seed bombs, water pipe gardens and stalls from upcycled materials are some of the neo-hippie participatory activities that we ran.
One very special event was the SunflowerFest, where we gave out over 1,000 little envelopes with sunflower seeds and sowing instructions, and encouraged people to sow them in public places and pin the location on this google map. We’ll see what blooms on May 1st, the international guerilla gardening day!