PROGRAMS & EVENTS
The University of The Wild offers a wide variety of programs for those that seek earth-based education and self-transformation. Our programs allow both those that seek to gain college credits or those that desire to learn how to live in harmony with the earth. All of The University of the Wild programs combine contemporary sustainable practices, personal transformation strategies, and Traditional Indigenous Wisdom, that integrates – Self, Community, Nature, and Spirit.
UofWild Networking at West Coast Symposiums
~ Our Special Projects Coordinator, Anthony Brogno, will be representing UofW at the Ocean Planet Conference and Bioneers Conference in California. He will also be meeting with existing supporters of UofW, and expanding our ever growing network of partners & supporters on the West Coast.
If you're based on the West Coast U.S. and would like to learn more about UofW, feel free to get in touch with Anthony at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, December 10, 2019 7:30PM
Premier Video: “When Nature Dreams, Water Begins to Blossom”
Witness the Creative expression of film-maker, Katja Esser at Petersham Unitarian Church.
UofWild will begin Earth-based Conference Calls/Pod Casts
Topics will include: Building Community; Local Food; Leadership; Wildcrafting; The Future of Education; Green Building.
If you're interested in speaking with us on the show please get in touch with Larry at: email@example.com
Sunday, January 19, 2020, 4:00PM
Building an Earth-based Community in an Age of Climate Change
Introduction to the Philosophy, Content, and Methods of Creating Community with
Dr. Larry Buell. An afternoon seminar at the Petersham Unitarian Church Hall.
TBA in 2020
Creating a Sacred Stone Circle
Local stone masons work with volunteers on the skill and technique of placing stone.
TBA in 2020
Biography of Place with Larry Buell
Join “Sense of Place” Historian, Dr. Larry Buell, for this Exploration and Training in the components of understanding a specific cultural and natural place. Our focus will be the Greater Quabbin Region of Massachusetts.