NOTE: This workshop has been postponed with hopes of offering it in early 2024. Stay tuned!
Neighbors United and the Boise School District are teaming up to offer a two-day course for educators called "New Americans in the Classroom: A Deeper Dive."
Registration is now open to Boise School District staff, and will soon open up to educators from other districts and organizations for a total of 50 participants.
Join artist Luma Jasmin for a live painting with music provided by Ryan Garrett. This event is free and open to all along with the serving of appetizers. The event will start at 5:30 p.m. and the live painting performance will begin at 6:30.
About the Artists:
Thank you to resettlement agencies, community partners, and local residents for taking part in this week's Community Coordination Meeting in Boise! Click here for a recap of updates, events, opportunities and resources.
Global Gardens team expands!
IOR's Global Gardens crew in Boise is excited to welcome two new faces to the team:
Jordan Unger, Operations Assistant
Jordan was born and raised in Boise and recently moved back after spending most of the last decade living out of state. He received his master’s degree in journalism from the University of Montana, where he gained a deep appreciation for writing and telling the stories of marginalized groups of people. Jordan has worked in outdoor education, on small vegetable farms, and as a journalist. In his new role with Global Gardens, he's particularly excited about the community-building aspect inherent in farming. Outside of work, Jordan enjoys reading, discovering new international music and any type of aquatic situation.
David Goff, Farm Assistant
David is a passionate farmer from Boise who is dedicated to sustainable and organic farming practices that prioritize the health of the soil and the environment. David's deep love and respect for the land inspired him to pursue his dream of regenerative agriculture where he focuses on restoring soil health, reducing waste, and creating a sustainable future for generations to come. He firmly believes that the way we treat the land has a direct impact on the environment including soil health, water quality, and food nutrition. He is also a proud owner of a young yellow Labrador named Babe who shares his love for the farm.
Every quarter, the Idaho Office for Refugees and resettlement partners in the Boise area gather to share updates and opportunities. All community members are welcome. We'll have a time of open sharing to promote your organization's opportunities that are relevant to the refugee resettlement community and partners.
When: 1-3:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 11
Where: Sagebrush Room, Boise Library at Cole & Ustick, 7557 W Ustick Rd, Boise
RSVP: Google Form or email email@example.com
Baklava, tea and coffee will be served.
Author: Holly Beech
Idaho Office for Refugees Communications Manager
Thank you to the generous organizations who
support our outreach: