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.
Mindfulness and Yoga on the Trail
Sunday, June 17, 2:00-3:30 PM
Trailhead for Carol Getchell Nature Trail
Open Spirit, 39 Edwards Street, Framingham
Enjoy a meditative walk along the Carol Getchell trail with stops for mindfulness exercises and yoga designed to open our senses and our hearts to becoming more fully present to the woods and the river. The walk will be led by Rev. Debbie Clark, Interfaith Coordinator and Yoga Teacher, Open Spirit and Rabbi Katy Allen, Facilitator, One Earth Collaborative, a project of Open Spirit.
Full Moon Walk
Wednesday, June 27, 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)
Co-sponsored by Subury Valley Trustees
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Enjoy a summer evening walk through the woods and fields and along the Sudbury River as twilight falls and the moon rises. We'll pause to share readings, songs, and reflections about rivers, full moons, and summer evenings, so feel free to bring something along. All ages are welcome. This walk is co-sponsored by the One Earth Collaborative, and will be led by Katy Allen, One Earth Facilitator.
Sense of Wonder Forest Camp
Monday-Friday, July 9-13, 9 AM-1:00 PM
For children entering grades 2-5 or 6 years old by May 1
Early-bird special before May 1: $190
After July 1: $220
Full and partial scholarships available.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Sense of Wonder Forest Camp (formerly the Interfaith Woodland and Wetland Adventure Week) gives children the opportunity to explore the wonders of woods and fields and streams in an informal way. Children play games, explore trails and rivers, brooks, and ponds, and make friends with a tree. They investigate habitats and watersheds, make nature crafts, keep a nature journal, and have quiet time each day. The camp will be led by Rabbi Katy Allen, Facilitator of the One Earth Collaborative, and Michael Corthell, Counselor, Coach, and One Earth Collaborative Advisory Council member. The camp is co-sponsored by the One Earth Collaborative, a project of Open Spirit in Saxonville, and Ma’yan Tikvah of Wayland. It will take place at Open Spirit and various local nature spots in the Metrowest area. Details of drop-off locations will provided after registration.
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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.