One Earth Collaborative seeks to deepen our spiritual connection to the Earth
through programs for all ages that strength our bonds to the web of the Universe.
Winter Wonderland Walk
Saturday, January 20, 2:00 PM Note date change!
Upper Mill Brook Conservation Area
107 Concord Road, Wayland
Meet in the back of the parking lot beside Peace Lutheran Church
Leader: Fran Pollitt
Enjoy nature in winter and a walk beside the water and through the woods with reflections on healing, gratitude, courage, mindfulness, patience. Bring a story, reading, song, or reflection to share if you would like.
Full Moon Walk
Thursday, February 1, 7:00-8:00 PM
Greenways Conservation Area, Green Way, Wayland
Meet in the parking lot at the bottom of the hill.
(75 Green Way for GPS)
Donations to One Earth Collaborative are welcomed.
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Come out in the evening to enjoy the moonlight with Rabbi Katy Allen of One Earth Collaborative. In the light of the moon we’ll walk across the fields and down to the Sudbury River without the need for a flashlight. Bring a poem, reading, story, or song to share. All ages are welcome.
Maple Syrup Extravaganza!!!
Sunday, March 11, 2:30-4:30 PM
2:00 Fire-starting program begins
Outdoors and Edwards Hall, Open Spirit
39 Edwards Street, Framingham
Suggested donation: Adults $10, Children $5
Family maximum $30
Enjoy a maple tree extravaganza! We will tap maple trees on the grounds of Open Spirit and boil down sap into maple syrup. Depending on the weather and snow, the program will vary in details.
Join in the "Tree Yoga" led by Rev. Debbie Clark. Try your hand at a Community Tree Art facilitated by Patrick and Samela St. Pierre. Weather permitting, Michael Corthall will teach fire building atbefore the main program begins We'll boil down the sap over the open fire (or on the stove), roast some marshmallows, maybe have sugar-on-snow, build snow people, take a walk on the nature trail, play games, or write tree poems. Other leaders include Rabbi Katy Allen and Nancy and Danny Gaulin. All ages are welcome!
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Join in learning about, designing, installing, and maintaining gardens, including a perennial food forest garden in front of Edwards Hall.
The community compost will provide composting for the entire campus, as well as for those in the community with no composting available at home.
Learn about wild edible foods that grow abundantly in our area and how to add them to your diet.
Make the spiritual connection to the natural world on guided full moon walks and daytime walks with a spiritual focus.
Help your children grow their love of the natural world through informal and joyous outdoor programs.