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Mindful Wildcrafting: The Art of Remembering our Connection to Mother Earth Workshop

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Learn about the art of wildcrafting and connecting with Mother Earth with Tatiana Eaves.

Join us for a workshop on the connections between food sovereignty, climate change, and the practice of foraging wild plants, along with how to identify and respectfully, with intentionality, gather and harvest wild foods. We will have opportunity to learn from our best teachers, those within the natural world, with the incorporation of traditional Indigenous teachings about how to honor the non-human life existing all around us.
All supplies will be provided. Just be prepared to remember, with an open heart and an open mind.

About the Instructor: Tatiana Eaves (@A.Virosa) is many things; she’s an ecologist, wildcrafter, creative, policy analyst, activist, writer, communicator, and lifetime learner. With her multifaceted background, she works to not only protect the rights of human and non-human life on this planet, but to bring people back to the remembrance that all life is interconnected. She believes in empowering people with knowledge and to remind them of their own personal power to enact change in their lives, their community, and beyond. Her goals are in bringing forth an environmentally sustainable, spiritually fulfilling, socially just human presence on this planet by working collaboratively with others to remember our connection to the Earth and each other.

Learn more about Tatiana on her website: 

COVID-19 Policy:

Guests to this event are encouraged to be vaccinated. Unvaccinated guests must bring a COVID-19 rapid test and test on-site prior to entering the farm OR bring a negative PCR test from the last 24 hours when test was taken. Vaccinated guests may show their vaccine card, a photo, or their online registry. We reserve the right to make changes to this policy based on the changing situation with COVID-19.

Code of Conduct: As a participant of this course you agree to follow the Common Good City Farm participant Code of Conduct

Severe Weather Policy: In the event of severe  weather, Common Good City Farm will send an email to all students informing them that the event has been rescheduled to the rain date. Common Good City Farm has a pavilion where workshops take place so events can continue to happen in the rain.

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