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kaluna, our Healing and Learning Center is launching a new residential training experience this March called EarthWalk: Seeding Renewal. www.kalunacommunity.org/earthwalk. We invite you to join us for 6 months of Earth Centered living on the Old Whitestone Farm.

Come and find your feet on the kaluna EarthWalk; a circle of learners seeking to co-create an Earth centered cultural renewal. Through immersion in place-based village life, you will learn skills such as Eco-Farming, Permaculture, Primitive Living Skills, Herbalism, Natural Building, use of Appropriate Technology, Craft Production, inter-personal Community Development Skills and Mentoring. You will also engage in a process of introspective inquiry and experiential practice in order to deepen your understanding of self and its relationship to the natural world. Help us co-create something beautiful together.

 
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