26 February 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Underlying our work of caring for the earth, Rudolf Steiner articulated the reality of a multitude of forces that live both in the natural world and within the human being. An active inner life enables us to work more consciously with these forces, and brings greater meaning to our everyday experiences, supporting us to make health-bringing decisions in relation to the land and our lives more generally in family life, in community and beyond. Consciously working with our outer and inner worlds in relationship to working on and caring for the land supports both the health of the earth and of the human being, allowing each to give more to the community they serve. Together we will build a relationship to this work through presentations, experiential exercises, and conversation.
This is an EduCareDo Community Workshop facilitated by Lisa Romero. It is open to everyone. Farmers, gardeners, foresters, estate caretakers, and other land-care workers who want to deepen their work are especially encouraged to attend.
Cost: $75. EduCareDo wants to support anyone interested in attending; if finances are prohibitive, please get in touch. All the profits from this workshop are directed back into USA based Y Project events and individual programs supporting 16 – 26 year olds in their work and life questions.
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