Sacred Earth Camp is a two-week environmental leadership program for Indigenous, Settler and Migrant/People of Colour youth and young adults to get to know their bio-region, learn the climate justice issues in Coast Salish territories, and grow the practical skills and spiritual practices for effective change.
If you are, or if you know, a young person ages 13 to 25 with a love for creation and the desire to grow new skills, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about Sacred Earth Camp, August 6-18.
2017 APPLICATIONS ARE READY!
Apply here for 2 weeks of fun, friends, and learning. We want to know about you so that we can choose the best mix of people for the program and design a safe, welcoming and exciting program that fits the group.
New venue announcement for Sacred Earth 2017:
This year’s camp will take place at Southlands Heritage Farm. Southlands is a teaching farm within Vancouver’s city limits dedicated to demonstrating and sharing sustainability, food security, and traditional farm skills.
From July 31 to August 14, 2016, a group of young people gathered for canoeing, cedar bark weaving, conservation biology, native plant identification, community-building and lots of fun.
Here is a detailed report of our tremendously successful first year: Camp Report 2016