A two-week intensive that intimately penetrates the converging worlds of Rewilding and Regenerative Agriculture, in order to holistically empower students to become the needed change in thier communities.
ONLY 6 TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE!!
Come alive as you become the wild.
Wildlings is intended to give all school attendees (no previous experiences required!) the opportunity to learn and experience the wild via mentor-guided and hands-on experiences and stories.
Each ticket includes the admission of one family of any size into all three school days (April 1st,15th, 29th). We ask that every family brings a picnic lunch to satisfy the needs of your family.
In this course, you will learn:
Learn ecoconsciousness, reciprocity, and respect for the self and others by exploring the quietness, stories, and breathe of wild places.
Learn about soil health by getting your hands dirty, as we allow the living earth between our fingers to educate the mind between our ears.
Food Nurturing and Harvesting
Learn animal husbandry by safely working with cattle, sheep, goats, and chickens and wild foraging and gardening by exploring their natures individually.
We will even help establish the spring garden!
Learn how to identify the wild ones all around us from trees to flowers to meadow grasses to birds and mammals.
Are you ready to begin!?
How does the course work?
When should we plan to arrive?
We will start each day promptly at 10am and we ask all to arrive 15min prior.
How much does this course cost?
Each ticket covers 1 family (of any size) for three weekends, for $300.
I have never done anything like this before? Do I need previous experience to attend this course?
Absolutely and entirely no! All experience levels are welcome. This course does not require previous experience and is so constructed to provide a wonderous beginning for all.
a mother of three and director of Timshel Wildland, a 400-acre regenerative, process-led, and emergent conservation wildland, Morgan seeks to reawaken the wild in form, function, and spirit.
a storyteller, a hunter-husbandman, lover of the wildwoods, and bestselling author of books such as Wild Like Flowers and Boone, Daniel seeks to regenerate relationship by becoming the wild itself.