Celebrating Oneness!

Kairos Earth began our work in the world with the Pilgrimage for Earth 2014 and now, one year later, we are undertaking Pilgrimage for Earth 2015: Standing on Holy Ground. In between, a lot has happened! Thank you so much for your faithful interest and support — we...

Wild Edibles

Check out these photos from our wild edibles workshop – Nourishment: Divine & Wild – last weekend at Church of the Woods!  Hemlock & wintergreen Cattail roots The great harvester at work Dandelion pancakes!
Ever Shall Be

Ever Shall Be

The latest from Norman and his daily reflections on the Ottauquechee River. You can find the rest at his blog, A View from the Covered Bridge.  This is daily post 202, toward my goal of blogging for a year on the Ottauquechee River.  My opening question still...
Wilderness as Artifact

Wilderness as Artifact

“Wilderness itself has become an artifact of civilization. Only civilization can save wilderness now, the wild that produced us, that we were dependent upon is now our dependent.” – Wes Jackson, Becoming Native to this Place (p. 67)
Earth is at the Same Time Mother

Earth is at the Same Time Mother

As I walk through Church of the Woods these days, I see and hear and smell and touch and taste new life all around me. Spring is in full bloom! Every step brings fresh evidence of the true miracle of the Earth bringing forth new life. It is endlessly amazing. As I...