Learning with the Land
October 5 - November 16
Learning with the Land is a Springhouse Collective Liberation Work (CLW) offering to connect in place with community while learning history through stories from the past about the continent and region we live in. Listening to and looking at other perspectives of colonization, this offering is a space for people to deepen their awareness of cultural systems and the impacts they have within. This program will be held outdoors and includes walking.
What: Learning with the Land (7 sessions)
Where: Springhouse (144 Silver Maple Lane, Pilot, VA)
When: Tuesdays, 4-5:30 PM
Dates: October 5th – November 16th
Springhouse invests in its adult programs by providing:
- A safe, beautiful space, and resources to learn
- Program materials
- Staff facilitation
- Curriculum development
- Tech support
- Communications support
- Administrative support
At Springhouse, we believe education should not be a commodity and we strive to make sure that nobody is turned away for financial reasons. Instead of tuition or program fees, we see your contribution as an investment in our vision and mission.
To make an informed investment in Springhouse for this program, please review this investment packet. Within the investment packet you will find transparent information about Springhouse’s financial position and budget, along with an invitation to explore your current finances.
After looking at your current finances, the financial needs of Springhouse, and what Springhouse invests in each program, we ask you to consider the following questions:
- In what ways do you invest in your learning and well-being?
- How do you invest in the future you long to live in?