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Spring Immersion in the Oregon Desert: Finding Yourself in Nature


Finding Yourself in Nature:  Excursion #1 of the Kinship in Nature (KIN) Immersion Program. KIN participants will be automatically registered for this experience.


Registration is now open for SPRING CAMP for three women as a stand-alone immersive weekend. Here's how to join us using the buttons at the bottom of this page:

  1. Complete your registration information

  2. Review and sign the Participant Agreement

  3. Make your $200 payment


Spring Camp will find us happily camping along the river in Oregon's high desert, among ponderosa pines, beautiful grasses, and old stones. This 1265 acres on the Crooked River's South Fork is undergoing habitat restoration; it will provide us with an opportunity to lend a hand to the planting of native trees and shrubs. It will also provide our curiosity and our 50+ senses with space and time for exploration, creativity, and wandering with purpose. Begin to hone your discovery skills for the full immersion of nature connection.  

Themes of this immersion include:

  • Youth, pleasure, fun
  • Playing and learning naturally
  • Tracking inner and outer worlds
  • Embodiment of the natural world
  • Discovering the 50+ natural senses (beyond the basic 5)

Plan your camp arrival anytime after 3 pm to set up your tent and camp home; be ready for first circle up at 5:30. 

Questions? Send us a note HERE.

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