Do your part for the environment: Create your own eco-friendly seed paper out of recyclable pulp and seeds of your choice!!! Learners are exposed to the natural environment, gardening and the concept of recycling . Seed paper is a creative way to reduce waste and beautify the environment. Requirements: old paper, scissors, cup, large bowl, warm water, packet of seeds, food colouring and glitter (optional), towel, old frame/ cookie cutters to shape the paper.
Homemade Plantable Seed Paper
Ms. Marsha Kalika: Chief Education Officer for Outreach
- Duration: 60min
- Language: English
- Ages: All Ages
- Date: January 28, 2022 17:00
- Recorded: Live session with recording available afterwards
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Ms. Marsha Kalika is presently the Chief Education Officer for Outreach at the KwaZulu – Natal Museum. her primary goal is to provide scientific support to learners and communities thus promoting and advancing careers in science, uplifting communities through the use of science and attracting new visitors to the museum. Marsha has interacted in scientific platforms with Scifest from 2018, receiving awards in the category for Outreach in 2018 and 2019.
In addition, she has actively engaged in online platforms through webinars, workshops and has previously worked closely with SAASTA for National Science Week. She holds a BSc from Rhodes University majoring in Environmental Science and Geography also graduating with distinction for her third year thesis in Geography on Water Quality which has being published internationally.
She later completed her BSc Honours in Environmental Management and Post Graduate Certificate in Education through Unisa. Marsha is passionate about science engagement, advancement and the endless possibilities associated with it for the youth.