What can we learn from the patterns in nature to cultivate meaningful and mutually beneficial relationships in our lives? What roles do humans play in both the internal and external landscapes? How can we start tending the earth where we’re at, with tangible solutions to create a greater depth of connection to the communities that we are a part of?
Join us for a three day all-inclusive weekend as we explore these questions together at the Pepperfield Project, a living ecological sanctuary that weaves together resilient strategies for the future generations while embodying holistic wellness and quality of life. In reviving the old ways and traditions of those that have gone before us, we’ll experience the transformative power of growing food, crafting medicine, raising animals, tending the wild, fostering artistic expression and celebrating community life as a living prayer for these times.
Tending Legacy is a retreat rooted in celebrating an intergenerational community with energetics around personal development. We invite people of all ages, backgrounds, stages and phases of exploring the trajectories of legacy and this place as we know it today.
$250 — Individual Rate
$225/person —Couple Rate ($25 Discount for Each)
Scholarships are unavailable at this time, but will be available for future retreats.
Gardens, prairie, orchard, vineyard, creek and farm animals.
Heirloom dishes directly sourced and prepared from the farm.
Campfires, hiking, yoga, swimming, and cooking.
Time to further connect with nature, nap, set intentions, meditate or swing into the town of Decorah.
Take action on your values, further connect with your community, and ways to continue the journey on your own.