Want an embodied experience of sustainability? Ready to evoke the powerful Believer who lies within you? Excited to expand your capacity to grow and to serve?
Last Saturday, during the Believer Garden workshop, we taught folks the principles of permaculture and applied those principles to human organizational structures. Conversations around catching and storing energy, using and valuing diversity and self-regulating & accepting feedback, to name a few permaculture principles, are the foundation for the work we do at Shakti. These principles provide a blueprint for how Shakti creates a healthy ecosystem in which to build team, identify resources and create social change.
Our Believer Garden work continues on May 19 as we put those principles into practice. Designing and then planting the Shakti yard, hearing from Joe Hoffman about composting, and identifying resources in our community are all on the agenda for Saturday. We love sharing this exciting resource-rich work and hope you will join us. While there is no cost, please register and let us know you are coming. If you have any questions, then email me using the link above.
Believer Gardens disrupt current systems of power & scarcity by growing wild Believers & resource-rich communities.
Join us from 10 am to 4 pm. Bring a vegetarian, gluten-free dish to share for a potluck lunch as well as a shovel, garden gloves, hat and/or sunscreen, water bottle, and your journal. We will spend some of our time outdoors, so dress for the weather.
Come to as many workshops as you can for as long as you can. While there is no cost, we do ask you to register for an accurate headcount.
Donations of cardboard, mulch, compost, and straw are needed. Please contact Kim if you can help.
Free Community Event. Co-ed, everyone welcome.
Registration required for headcount. Click the tickets button to register.