When: June 15, 2022
When we slow down to connect with Mother Earth, the water, soil, plants, and animals, we can learn to live well while taking better care of the communities around us. In this participatory session, we will explore how to apply principles from the natural world to our own lives. With intention and care, we find opportunities to deepen our values, to foster healing, and to nurture well-being through the choices we make every day.
It was so special presenting Embers of Hope at the Women+ Art Festival: Immigrant, Refuge, and Racialized. You can watch the recording here.
Thank you to everyone: the MAC-CAM organizers and volunteers, all the technicians and the Shenkman Arts Centre staff, the live and online audience, and the artists. It was an awesome day.
I'm excited to be a guest teacher in P3 Permaculture's 2-week Permaculture Design Course again. If you're looking for an inspiring, hands-on learning experience, I recommend this course.
Check out the P3 website for Very Early Bird registration and to read more about COVID measures.