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EdenSpore Course: Living Seasonally, Growing Cyclically (2018)

Class Cancellation: The first Living Seasonally class, scheduled for March 14th, has been canceled. Please e-mail zwebber@bartramsgarden.org with any questions.

For centuries, people all over the Northern Hemisphere have been marking the seasons as we do now, developing cultures around them and learning to survive and proliferate. Globalized living and ever-increasing reliance on digital technology have made the shifts of the seasons easier to ignore, but our bodies, ecosystems, and brains are still calibrated to adapt to them. These classes will provide you with tools that mentally prepare and excite you to engage with the cycle of the seasons so you can be at your best when they appear, growing more and more with them and your body each year. Part science, part magic, part history, part lore, and 100% Earth.

Each class will include resources, a craft or takeaway item, discussion, and lecture-style information. Please come prepared with a notebook/journal, pen/pencil, and comfortable walking shoes.

We meet on the following Wednesdays from 6pm-8pm:

3/14 – Early Spring (Cancelled)
4/25 – Mid-Spring
6/13 – Early Summer
7/25 – Mid-Summer
9/12 – Early Autumn
10/24 – Mid-Autumn
12/12 – Early Winter

Preview class option:
$30 Non-Members
$20 Members

Not sure if you are ready to commit to the full class? Click on the button below to purchase tickets the 3/14 class, only.

$210 for all seven class for nonmembers
$140 for all seven classes for Bartram’s members


Limited half-scholarships available for low-income students. Contact edensporecreations@gmail.com to inquire about partial scholarship opportunity or with other questions. Currently, we are only offering tickets for the full course, but we will open up registration for individual classes if we have enough space.

Edenspore is the life project and business of Robyn Mello. Robyn has spent the last 10 years in the Philadelphia area honing in on her intuition, creativity, and ability to engage with people and planet through permaculture design, environmental research, social justice organizing, herbalism, original music, and lots of walks in the woods. She is the former Orchard Director for The Philadelphia Orchard Project and has extensive experience developing original classes geared towards increasing human and ecosystem health. Learn more about Edenspore and all that she has going on at edenspore.com, or follow @edenspore on Facebook and Instagram!