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Nature: Exploration, Re-Enchantment and What It Means To Be Human, October 6th-8th

VENUE: The LandinCalifornia, USA
$400
Event Date Oct 6th
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A workshop of ideas, storytelling, and hands-on field craft exploring.

The relationship that we have with the natural world will come to define how we deal with the challenges we face as a culture. Our ideas of what is possible and how deep the rabbit hole goes is limited by our cultural and intellectual traditions. Aligning our values with those inherent in the eco system that sustains us will be critical to our continued existence as it has been since the dawn of humanity. So how do we edge closer to this state of being?

This will be a workshop of ideas, storytelling and hands on field craft exploring our place in the natural world, the depth of skills and abilities that sustained our common ancestors answering why this increasingly matters today. A workshop of switch flipping, door opening, re-enchantment and practical skills.

Price includes lodging for two nights, farm to table breakfast, lunch and dinner, classes, daily meditation, daily yoga and use of all amenities. Salt pool, spa, hiking trails, river access, orchard and gardens.

TEACHERS:
Jon Young
Founder of 8 Shields. Since 1983, Jon has been mentoring folks in the nearly lost art of understanding bird and animal language. Just as science is beginning to see the credibility in this ancient skill, Jon has been leading communities world-wide to get these skills back through lectures, workshops, media—but mostly through training and mentoring. Jon’s leading-edge work on bird language has been posted in magazine articles and in books including: What the Robin Knows, Animal Tracking Basics, Coyotes Guide to Connecting with Nature, BirdTalk and Exploring Natural Mysteries, and is the subject of popular audio CD series including Seeing Through Native Eyes and Advanced Bird Language.  

Hannes Wingate
Artist, designer and survival instructor Hannes Wingate is a vagabond creator exploring the critical interface between people and nature. His work has been exhibited and published in the United Kingdom, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Spain and the United States in among others New York Times, Architectural Digest and Wallpaper Magazine and Redbull TV. A frequent teacher and speaker Hannes teaches wilderness survival skills in Europe and the US including at the renowned Boulder Outdoor Survival School in Utah. He has a past with leading design firms in Sweden and the US.

PRICES
  • Camping – $400.00

Need to Know

  • Valid In U.S. Only

About the Host

The Land

Grab your family and friends and head over to this beautiful property in the middle of the forest.

162 acres of Northern California’s most epic forest and fields, The Land has been quietly maintained by one of the world’s leading social entrepreneurs for the past decade.

Keywords

  • Lessons & Workshops
  • Nature Lover