One Sacred Earth Project
Tending our relationship with the natural world
What we Do
Tending Relationships with the Natural World
At One Sacred Earth, we are dedicated to gathering and sharing the lost skills and practices needed to maintain and preserve humanity's life-giving relationships with the natural world. We believe that this is a collective re-learning and that this hidden wisdom is widely held. We seek this wisdom, these skills and practices and work to curate, elevate and share them widely. We invite you to partner with us!
We invite individuals to share their personal connection with the natural world. And, we learn and share the skills and practices they use to keep these relationships vibrant and strong.
What gifts from the natural world, or relationships with the natural world nourish or sustain you? How do you tend and care for these relationships be it a physical gift, a secret note, words spoken or unspoken, or other?
As you will discover, across the planet there is a collective yet powerful connection to all life, and a widespread yet often hidden practice of gratitude and care. You are not alone.
Curious? We invite you to contribute with others from across the globe!
What We've Learned
What began as a seed of an idea is growing every day. Learn what individuals from across the country hold sacred, how it makes them feel and how they tend and nurture their relationships with the natural world. Contact us to learn more about how you can partner and share this work in community.
Through this project, our goal is to elevate and promote skills and practices required to help heal planetary-human relationships in crisis. With access to the right resources, we can re-learn lost skills and together mend these relationships while becoming empowered by our own internal wisdom. Learn more about our work and how you can be a part by getting in touch with our team today.
For the 99 percent of the time we've been on Earth, we were hunter and gatherers, our lives dependent on knowing the fine, small details of our world. Deep inside, we still have a longing to be reconnected with the nature that shaped our imagination, our language, our song and dance, our sense of the divine.