Activating your Activism with Tayshan Hayden-Smith
  • Activism
  • Community Building

Activating your Activism with Tayshan Hayden-Smith

  • Activism
  • Community Building

Activating your Activism with Tayshan Hayden-Smith

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About this course

Community activism requires building bridges and forging connections between people and places. Rooted in diverse community-driven action, Tayshan shares his ‘how-to’ guide for initiating impactful movements. From six years of activism in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy, Tayshan shares about the essence of community and the healing power of nature, offering the challenges and wisdom gleaned from his journey. Growing a garden helps to grow community and that can be tangibly seen through his efforts. This course will equip you with the insights to begin your own journey of activism, creating resilient and diverse movements that support the wellbeing of communities and the environment. 

This course is made possible by Earthed Founding Partner, Neal’s Yard Remedies.

Learning outcomes

Gain an understanding of:

  • Community building
  • Community engagement
  • Creating a movement
  • Embracing collaboration
  • Growing in the face of adversity 
  • Harnessing nature for wellbeing

Learn more about Neal’s Yard Remedies and their partnership with Earthed.

Course modules

  1. Introduction: Meet the Teacher

    3 min
  2. Lesson 1: Understanding the Landscape

    6 min
  3. Lesson 2: Planting The Seed

    8 min
  4. Lesson 3: Branch Out

    6 min
  5. Lesson 4: Put Down Roots

    6 min
  6. Lesson 5: Bloom and Flourish

    6 min
  7. Lesson 6: Grow To Know

    2 min
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Details

  • Made possible by Neal's Yard Remedies
  • Location: London, UK
  • Biome: Everywhere
  • Number of Modules: 5
  • Duration: 30 Minutes

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About Tayshan Hayden-Smith

Tayshan set up Grow2Know which reimagines green space through innovative design, reconnecting community with nature so both can thrive. In 2023 he became an RHS Ambassador for young people and community gardening.

Tayshan Hayden-Smith

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