“The most inspirational, magical, humbling and life-changing event I have ever experienced. When I initially enrolled for the course before the Covid lockdowns, I was drawn to the variety of venues, the guest teachers and the opportunity to learn more about the flora and fauna of my native land. However, the course turned out to offer so much more …
I’ve come away with a sense of hope about my own contribution about how to make things better
Before coming I really didn’t know that much about rewilding, and now I feel like how to rewild the land and community feels really embedded within me. It’s really helped me develop my understanding of rewilding.
What I was really missing was feeling disconnected from other people on the same journey as me, and that’s something that I now really feel and that means so much to me.
I love the way that the programme is structured, with a mix of knowledge and practical application, learning so much more being on the ground than reading a book. It felt like a great kick in the ass to get out there and get involved
It’s amazing how much you’ve accomplished. So much shared labor and thoughtful coordination over the years. The time and talent of many hearts, hands and minds speak from every structure. Yes, it’s that sense of hands-on attention; each faucet, privvy, yurt, path, kitchen, magical fire circle expresses the presensce of many people in love; human intention abiding and honouring the …
The Hearth is a genuine gift for these times – a carefully designed ceremony of beauty and belonging that captures the essence of what it is to be truly alive, embodying our gifts, in harmony with the natural world.”
It has been an emotional week. The space that you have created this week, the sense of community that you have forged amongst this quite disparate group, has been simply amazing.The weaving between everybody, the very gentle support: whenever any one of us needed individual support, there was a shoulder or there was an ear. The beauty of every step …
“I feel really really privileged to have been on a course like this that brought together spirit, nature and also pioneering rewilders. What a great combination!”
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