--- FRIDAY ---
2:00-4:00 Check-in and Camp Setup
5:00 Opening Circle
5:45 -6:45 Prepared Dish Potluck

This first meal we ask that everyone who wants to share food bring something already prepared.  Basically, come ready to open the dish as our communal kitchen will have just gotten warmed up.

6:00 - 6:45 Erika Pena & Johnathan Wrend
7:00 - 8:00 Evening Mico-Talks (Click)

This event is open to all who want to share a small microtalk.  Each microtalk starts with one of two lines:
” I Would love to share about……” Or  ” I would love to know….”
Click here to sign up

8:00 Music by Kelli Johnson
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7:00 Kitchen open -

Communal Shared kitchen Breakfast Preparation

7-7:45 Community Movement Class with Regina Fields
7:45-8:00 Good Morning Song Circle - Meet by Kitchen Fire
8:00 - 8:30 Breakfast
8:30 - 8:45 Breakfast Circle

Opening circle with everyone together… for anounchments and maybe some entertainment. 

9:30 - 10:15 Food Forest Care - Where to start and how to manage with Lonny Reid
10:30 - 11:15 Florida Ferments - A deep dive into fermenting citrus with Sarah Arrazola of St. Pete Ferments
11:30 - 12:00 The Making of Wonderfield Farm - guided by the land stewards
12:00 -1:30 Lunch
1:45-2:30 Healing Veterans & the Earth Through Sustainability and Permaculture with Crystal Timmons
2:45-3:30 Herbal Magic - Caring for yourself and others with plants with Juliane Miklos
3:45-4:15 Bamboo/ Earthworks / Water Flow (Tour and Discussion) - Shanti Pierce & David Ahlgren
4:30-5:30 Evening Micro-Talks
5:30 Dinner
6:30 Music by Aire & Sol
7:30 Trade Blanket (Click for more info)

This Trade blanket is a Trading space that is a cornucopia of Honor of people, time, earth, Exchange, laughter and abundance.  David Leads a modified version of the historic trade blanket tradition.  We all come together around a blanket, establish patterns of trade, take a moment to give thanks to the people and the earth and energy around us.  Speak our intentions that have a load of fun with our trades.  We use a pattern of trading boundaries that create community, honor each person and build a dance of consent and harmony between all.  All people are welcome even if you only want to trade a smile. We do ask that we dont bring currency of any kind and any items that are illegal locally.  We also ask that people try to be at the blanket during the opening, if you want to participate.  Watching quietly and rejoicing with each trade is welcome and encouraged. 

Bring anything you have made or have to trade. We have had people offer land, food, hand made items, medicine, services, reiki, message, blessings…..

--------- SUNDAY ---------------
7-7:45 Community Movement Class with Alexandra Duran
7:00 Kitchen open
7:45-8:00 Good Morning Song Circle - Meet by Kitchen Fire
8:00 - 8:30 Breakfast
8:30 - 8:45 Breakfast Circle -
9:30 - 10:15 Abundance through nature with Wilnise Francois

Let’s explore native plants through slow beauty care – a workshop designed to highlight natural skin and hair care using the abundance of wild medicinal plants.

10:30 - 11:15 Embodied Plant Walk with Kelli Harper + Rachel Kelley

Join us as we tune in to the wisdom of our senses on this embodied plant walk. Rachel Kelley will guide us in embracing presence + activating our senses. Then we’ll explore the land with plant guide Kelli Harper, listening with our full bodies to what the plants wish to share with us. Exploring medicinal + edible benefits.

11:30 - 12:00 Presenter walk - Mushroom Inoculation with Josh Milligan
12:00 -1:30 Lunch
1:45- 2:15 Florida wildflowers and their pollinators - Hannah Mather

Florida is not only home to an amazing variety of unique plants and wildflowers, but also the pollinators that sustain them. Our state has over 300 species of bees and nearly 200 species of butterflies, and those are only some of the important pollinators! These vital, yet delicate, interactions are at risk due to the effects of climate change, habitat loss, and widespread pesticide usage. Luckily, there’s still a lot we can do to support our pollinating friends and wildflower biodiversity right from our backyards! This class will cover some of the challenges facing pollinators, their life-cycles and how they’re impacted at each stage, and suggestions on how to support them around our home and gardens.

3:00 -3:30 Regional Round-ups - Gather By Region, connect with people and resources....
4:00 Closing Circle
Closing Plant Swap -