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Native Artist Brings "Seed Bombs" To Eugene Workshop

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A sample of Cannupa Hanska Luger's work, but not a seed bomb.

Cannupa Hanska Luger grew up on the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota, the scene of many a protest over the Dakota Access Pipeline.  He is an artist, but incorporates activism into his work as well. 

One of his creations is the "seed bomb," a combination of clay and native plant seeds broken on the land to help restore native habitats (they are NOT explosive). 

Cannupa Hansker Luger gives a workshop in making seed bombs as part of a visit to Eugene this weekend (November 17).  He visits with an overview of his work. 
 

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