What our stuDents are doing

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So many of our alums are doing awesome projects, and we are excited to showcasing what they are up to here. 

Student Teacher Spotlight: Sunshine Claymore (& Aelita)

Student Teacher Spotlight: Sunshine Claymore (& Aelita)

In order for change to effect the greater world we must begin with ourselves and immediate surroundings. As an environmentalist I began my Earth Activist Training with a diversity scholarship to the Sacred Earth Apprenticeship which gave me a solid foundation for...

Like a Phoenix from the Fire: Cultivating Hope at Earth Activist Training

Like a Phoenix from the Fire: Cultivating Hope at Earth Activist Training

You know the tagline: “Radical Solutions Inspiring Hope.” You know HopeDanceis all about exploring neato answers to modern social, ecological, and political ills, and I assume that’s why you read it, for if you wanted to bombard yourself with tired, standard complaints, you wouldn’t be here, right?

Earth Activist Training, Permaculture, and Simple Techniques for Saving the World!

Earth Activist Training, Permaculture, and Simple Techniques for Saving the World!

Jonathan Furst wrote about the power of the EAT experience to change one’s life: “Earth Activist Training, Permaculture, and Simple Techniques for Saving the World!” Jonathan attended the January 2002 EAT at Black Mountain Preserve in northern California. This article was published in the Summer 2002 issue of Reclaiming Quarterly.

City of Refuge Kickstarter Campaign a Wild Success Story

City of Refuge Kickstarter Campaign a Wild Success Story

Wow!  I'm so excited, I hardly know what to say. We've had such incredible support for the Kickstarter to publish City of Refuge, the sequel to The Fifth Sacred Thing! I'm also somewhat exhausted, from teaching our Earth Activist Training in Catalunya, which by the...

Earth Activist Training by Layne Whitley

Earth Activist Training by Layne Whitley

Layne Whitley, director of the Chico (California) Peace and Justice Center, took EAT in April/May 2003, at Black Mountain. She wrote this article for the CPJC newsletter, published in June ’03.

“I wanted to learn how to maintain my optimism in the face of so much fear and negativity, and I wanted to learn general PC principles. I did! Not only did I learn to maintain my optimism, I feel even MORE positive and empowered than ever. I wholeheartedly, enthusiastically recommend this course. The best, most inspirational, informative, empowering class I’ve ever attended.”

Laura Holland Belk, Sierraville, California
January 2004 EAT

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