Dock Eco Lab
Year long program of lunchbox sessions at Library at the Dock, Docklands (July 2017- June 2018).
These workshops explored ecological ideas through art. The aim of these workshops was to create a richer, clearer understanding as to how to incorporate ecological knowledge into their everyday decision making processes, both at work and at home AND have a take home illustration of the ideas.
Food Webs –Looking at what’s feeding the Food Cycle through drawing relationships in nature.
Symbiosis: How does collaboration lead to beneficial outcomes?
Evolution: How does the past and present shape the future?
Adaption: How has fire shaped plants?
Forest rain: Do Forests make Rain? Or does Rain make forests?
Biodiversity: Why is it actually important?
Ecosystem thinking: Looking at how systems interact together.
Linking urban ecology with the surrounding catchment: Which inhabitants need both the city and forest to survive
Water ecology: Looking at who is supported by both, freshwater and marine ecosystems.
What is a resilient ecosystem?
Made possible with the support of City of Melbourne.