ABOUT THE HOSTS: Eloheh Farm seeks to be a model of regenerative systems that support human needs while improving the earth and all creation inhabiting the web of life. The people at Eloheh desire to live in harmony with the land, using North American Indigenous wisdom and practices as a guiding model, primarily utilizing permaculture, Biomimicry and Traditional Indigenous Knowledge.
The work of Eloheh is holistic, being deeply spiritual; culturally Indigenous; community building; educationally empowering; ecologically regenerative and economically entrepreneurial. Eloheh Farm and Eloheh Village for Indigenous Leadership and Service Development crossover at several levels in order to retain and spread Indigenous earth-based spirituality and to encourage Indigenous entrepreneurial opportunities.
ABOUT THE DAY: This is a Track II: Bridging gathering. Folks will gather on the farm in the morning for a farm work session, followed by lunch and stories shared around race and politics.
10am Workday at Eloheh begins!
12.30pm Break for lunch (potluck style – sign up to bring a dish once you're connected with the hosts).
12.30-1.30pm Talking circle led by Randy and Edith Woodley and Micky ScottBey Jones.
WANT IN? Check back soon for seating availability!