Sacred Earth Camp

handsSacred 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.

Sacred Earth Camp has run for three summers with support from the Anglican Foundation, the Diocese of New Westminster, the Gish Peacemaker Fund and many individuals and parishes. Young people from diverse backgrounds have gathered for canoeing, conservation biology, native plant identification, wildcrafting, community-building and lots of fun.

Sacred Earth Camp 2018 took place at Southland Heritage Farm in Vancouver, and Sycamore Commons, a permaculture project in Powell River BC. Please click here for a full report on the 2018 camp.

If you are, or if you know, a young person aged 13 to 25 with a love for creation and the desire to grow new skills, contact us at salalandcedar@vancouver.anglican.ca to learn more about Sacred Earth Camp.

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