A Date With Nature

Fall in love with nature again.

Join us for a day on the land falling in love with nature.

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A date with nature lasts from 1pm to 6:30pm. We will begin the day with a meet and great and a brief history of the farm and the land. Whatever fruits are in season we’ll have them picked and laid out of you to taste and connect with what the land has to offer. We’ll then take a hiking tour, foraging the land as we go and learning where the fruits came from and their various benefits for our bodies and nature. During the tour we’ll visit sacred sites, forest bath, enjoy hammock therapy and meditate in nature. After the tour we’ll pick seasonal vegetables in our garden and prepare a community vegetarian soup together. While the soup cooks we’ll facilitate you in a releasing ceremony using sound to wash over you in our healing room. After the ceremony we will share a meal together and share our experiences of the ceremony, the day and enjoy each others company.

A Date With Nature—including a meal, snacks, tour and ceremony—costs $45 per person.
Frequently Asked Questions
When to meet? We’ll meet at the farm at 12:30pm. We’ll send you directions to the farm once your order is complete.
How long does it last? We start at 1pm and end at 6:30pm but sometimes go over depending on the group. Plan for 4-5 hours and leave the evening open to relax.
How should I dress? Jeans and hiking boots or solid closed toe shoes are ideal. Dress warm if it’s cool and bring a hat if its hot.  
Is water provided? Yes, we’ll have plenty of water.
Can I bring my dog?  We have a farm dog and love dogs but for these experiences we prefer you to leave your dog at home as you’ll want to focus on just you and nature.

What ages and abilities is this geared toward?  For the hiking portion, the land is sloped and there will be walking up and down hills. You will want to be fit enough to walk on dirt trails and climb inclines. The barn zone where we eat and do the ceremony is flat and there s eating so limited mobility is fine. If you’d like to bring the extended family including elders in the wisdom years they can participate in everything except the hike. While we hike they can relax under the patio and enjoy the peace and quite.
Do I need to bring food? No all food is provided. Let us know if you have food restrictions.
Who is the guide? Ed Lewis the founder of the farm.  
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