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The in-between is where Providence shines. And with Spring upon us, it's a good time to think about transitions. Students graduate, new students file in, and the faculty and staff that make this school work rotate. Amidst all this change, it may be hard to see Providence as our home. Let's shift our perspective: how can we give back? Interviewees: RISD's student-led land care group The Regenerative Earth Collective team members Clara Boberg BFA 23 and Aya Borucki BFA 23 and RISD Structural Trades and Facilities Manager Steven Johnson.
Music by Chad Crouch
Reach us on Instagram @rizdeology Season 3 produced by Olivia Schroder and Zora Gamberg. Sound editing by Harry Pont. Graphic design by Aanya Arora. Produced in collaboration with the Fleet Library at RISD
25 min. 49 sec.
Olivia Schroder BFA Film/Animation/Video '25
RISD's student-led land care group The Regenerative Earth Collective team members Clara Boberg BFA 23 and Aya Borucki BFA 23 and RISD Structural Trades and Facilities Manager Steven Johnson
rizdeology, fleet library, students, podcast, RISD Facilities, gardens, land care, The Regenerative Earth Collective, Providence, plants, roots, dye gardens, indigenous plants
Art and Design | Plants | Plant Sciences
Schroder, Olivia; Boberg, Clara; Borucki, Aya; Johnson, Steven; and rizdeology, "rizdeology | S3E2: Planting Roots in Providence" (2023). rizdeology | a student led podcast. 18.