Guest Contributer: Kirsten Voris Reflecting on Community and Practice

You might be asking yourself, what really happened at the Helping the Helpers Training? That question will inevitably have many different answers. By organizing an intercultural, interdisciplinary training we knew participants’ takeaways would be as varied as their countries, mother tongues and work. So Reading Rainbow style, Kirsten is going to help us kick off… Read More Guest Contributer: Kirsten Voris Reflecting on Community and Practice

Guest contributor: Kirsten Voris on Trauma Sensitive Yoga

We’re really busy these days with farm work, visiting groups, plus a new project at the local parish. At the same time our Helping the Helpers planning continues, and we still need your support. If you have not done so already, consider donating today to cover a portion of the transportation, lodging, food and training material… Read More Guest contributor: Kirsten Voris on Trauma Sensitive Yoga

Fertile Ground

  We joyfully began spring planting, dusting off irrigation line (Thanks Nora!), hand tools and lengths of electric fencing we use to rotate animal grazing with great expectations. Everything feels lush and the mild winter has gently given way to flush of green spring. In the midst of this excitement we hosted a training for Operation Dove volunteers… Read More Fertile Ground

Spring Preening

It’s starting to feel like spring around here. Though we’ve been enjoying an unseasonably warm winter, the spring rains started with Lent and the daffodils are beginning to bloom at the farm. We took the onset of these signs of spring as an opportunity to update some of our page information and gussy things up a… Read More Spring Preening