The Biomuseo design by Frank Gehry is currently under construction on the Amador Causeway, but it is already celebrating international Biodiversity day with an outdoor fair called “El Suelo Está Vivo” (The Soil is Alive) on Sunday, May 22 from 10.00AM to 4.00PM
Old Officers Club, Amador Causeway, Panama City, Panama.
For children from 2 to 99 years old will have many fun activities with which you will learn how you can support the natural cycles of nutrient recycling:
The secret life of ants
Take advantage of the recent rioting that scientists have discovered the Smithsonian about these extraordinary insects.
The worms that make soil
The Boys in the Chinese-Panamanian School will show us the work they do with composting worms.
Painted with colors of nature
… Literally. We use flowers, leaves and seeds instead of crayons.
Tales of bugs
With the storytellers of the Panamanian Red storytellers in our beloved Corotú.
Where you all kinds of organic products: soaps, herbs, ointments, vegetables, ginger candy, chocolate, pastries, eggs and fertilizer from regions as Zapayal (Darien), Cuculo (Los Santos), the waggish (Veraguas). Darien will also have crafts Tuira region and Jaque.
What is all this fuss of organic?
If you do not know what all the fuss with the organic, do not miss our talks about where you explain how it relates to our biodiversity.
Have we broken the cornucopia? What is wrong with the way we produce food. – José Manuel Pérez (UNDP).
Time: 11:00 am and 2:00 pm
Organic, sustainable and local. – Eylon Israel (Coriander Red).
Time: 1:00 pm
Finally, take the opportunity to visit Biomuseo construction, a unique opportunity to work in this class, and participate in our presentations to find out what you’ll find inside. Even Brad Pitt and Al Gore are some personalities that already visited, what you are waiting for?
Biomuseo is the first building design by Frank Gehry in Latin America.
For more information: http://www.biomuseopanama.org/