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of Seeds

Like the seeds and growing instructions of various plants, we each have our own set of conditions where we grow and thrive. What brings you joy? How do you rest and recharge? We will explore our individual connection with our environment through the examination of a variety of seeds and their specific growing instructions. We will consider the variety of depths, light conditions, spacing, watering, soil conditions, and more that different seeds need, and reflect on how that connects to the variety of growing needs for each individual person. In our final activity, we will use our seed observations and inward reflections to design and create our individual seed packets with our own unique set of growing instructions to guide and encourage us to cultivate and blossom into our best selves. Sharing and discussion will be encouraged!

All programs are subject to change. This class is cancelled.

Wednesday, June 21, 2023
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
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Sarah Crpscutt In this lesson, we embrace the decomposition process as we explore our own unique compost mixture to stimulate our growth and cultivate our best self.About the instructor

Sarah Croscutt has spent much of her career working in the field of science and outdoor education. She is the owner and facilitator of From the Outside, a series of plant and nature-based activities designed to cultivate connection and well-being. With a BS degree in Biology and a MS degree in Environmental Science, as well as a deep love for the outdoors, she has cultivated a rich, sacred relationship with the natural world that nurtures her inspiration and creativity. Through her unique perspective, she has created Lessons from Nature, a series of essays connecting readers more deeply to themselves through the natural world. In addition, her work has been published in Plants and Poetry Journal, and Wild Roof Journal. You can connect with Sarah through her blog, From the Outside (www.fromtheoutsidellc.com) and on Instagram, @sarahc_outside.

Before or after this course, don’t miss Incanto: An Oasis of Lyrical Sculpture, the premiere exhibition of New York City-based sculptor Kate Raudenbush, with poetry by Sha Michele. Through a journey into immersive art, Incanto explores our human nature and invites guests into a transformational space of self-inquiry.