Seeding the Dream: May Retreat

Our May retreat, and this month's events...
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Seeding the Dream

A Three Day Retreat May 9th to 11th

We are creating and remembering sane, just, and beautiful ways to live on our Earth, to be at peace with ourselves, and to take action with each other. This manifests with every conscious move we make to treat our resources as the gifts they are. This dream comes alive with each homegrown sweet pea we savor, with every song we share. We live simply, with a profound embodied respect for our land, the landscape of our own bodies, our water, our air, our sun, our creativity and community, and our purpose.

We invite you to join us in this dream. Spend three days living simply in the healing sandstone landscape of Ampersand. Experience building with earth, cooking with the sun, and outdoor showers that feed the garden. Join us in a learning celebration of the incredible potential of the collective to create positive changes in our local and global communities.

We are pleased to be able to offer this retreat at the low price of $275 per participant. This is due to a grant from the McCune Foundation as well as funds from another private donor.  Find out more details about food, lodging, etc here.  Forward this to your friends so they can plan ahead!

We exceeded our goal during our February Watershed Restoration Fundraising Campaign!  Thank You for helping us raise $6,150! And we have already made progress with the restoration project upgrade.  Come see and celebrate with us on Saturday at our Rock on and Rock Out event.

March Events:

This Saturday! Rock on and Rock Out
3/15 SFCC Greywater Class
3/15 - 16 Garden of the Gods Riparian Restoration Workshop
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3/16 Geology Hike
3/29 SFCC Intro to Permaculture Class

Retreat Facilitators and Instructors

Bobbe Besold will bring her focus on collaborative art for Earth’s sake.

Madi Sato will offer a special a vocal meditation practice that explores breathing, tuning, and improvisation.

Mark Jensen will be sharing an introduction to Qigong as a land based practice.

Amanda Bramble will guide participants through cooking solar meals, working with earth and learning to read the land.

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