Starhawk on The Heart and Soul of Permaculture:
Rooting our practice in a sacred relationship with the Earth

Please join us at this exciting event! Starhawk is a wonderful teacher and this is a great opportunity to learn about permaculture and earth-based spirituality.

Ticket are limited and can be purchased here:
15$ in advance, $20 at the door.
We will be serving light refreshments after the event.
Permaculture is an exciting and powerful life stance for nurturing health and sustainability, one with enormous potential to impact all areas of human life.The permaculture movement has generated many creative technical innovations that help us better meet our physical needs while building the resilience of natural systems.As modern people re-establishing a partnership with the living Earth, however, we also bring our emotional and spiritual selves to the process. For many, the spiritual and emotional realm is the source of a deep desire for right relationship with the rest of the earth community.Join permaculturist and spiritual teacher Starhawk as she discusses the importance of an integrated approach to permaculture, and how our permaculture practice can reflect our passionate and heartfelt care for the Earth.

Based on her book, The Earth Path, Starhawk will discuss the connection between permaculture and nature-based spirituality, and will facilitate a short ritual of hope, strength, and renewal.


Starhawk is an author, activist, permaculture designer, and one of the foremost voices in earth-based spirituality. Her twelve books include The Spiral Dance, The Fifth Sacred Thing, and The Earth Path. She has lived and worked collectively for thirty years, and her most recent book is The Empowerment Manual: A Guide for Collaborative Groups.

Starhawk directs and teaches Earth Activist Trainings, which combine a permaculture design certificate course with a grounding in spirit and a focus on organizing and activism. Her website is and she writes a blog on permaculture, Paganism, and politics: “Dirt Worship” at

About Permaculture:

Permaculture is a practical system of ecological design that mimics natural ecological patterns in order to build sustainable, productive, diverse, and resilient ecosystems. Designs involve agriculture, energy, water, housing, transportation, community, health, education, governance, and other systems which benefit humans as well as the rest of the natural world.

Event Co-Sponsors:

Earth Sisters Permaculture Collective

Unitarian Church, Green Sanctuary Committee
Calgary Permaculture Guild

With generous support from:

Sunnyside Market
Pages on Kensington


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