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The Eco-Institute


Pickards Mountain
Chapel Hill, North Carolina

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The Eco-Institute


Pickards Mountain
Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Healing the Human-Earth Relationship


The Eco-Institute at Pickards Mountain is an Earth Sanctuary and Learning Community dedicated to Healing the Human-Earth Relationship. Our educational farm and regenerative sustainability learning center reside on 38 acres in the Piedmont of North Carolina, eight miles west of Chapel Hill.


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Happenings


VISIT OUR PROGRAM CALENDAR TO LEARN ABOUT UPCOMING EVENTS, YEAR-ROUND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING & HOW TO REGISTER!

Happenings


VISIT OUR PROGRAM CALENDAR TO LEARN ABOUT UPCOMING EVENTS, YEAR-ROUND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING & HOW TO REGISTER!


Coming UP!

Restorative Retreats for ChangeMakers

Restorative Retreats for ChangeMakers

Until December 15

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Spiral of Light Winter Solstice Festival

December 21

Living the Emergent Quest

Living the Emergent Quest

Sundays, Jan 20-Feb 24

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Garden

Co-op

Spring
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Life Design Weekend

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HB Environment-al Educators Training

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Mushroom Hunting with Anna McHugh

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Permaculture Foundations Course

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Work that Reconnects Joana Macy

Deep Resilience Retreat

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Songs of Elderhood with

Laurence Cole

2019 Date TBA

Laurence Cole

Songs of Hope & Belonging


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Laurence Cole

2019 Date TBA

Laurence Cole

Grief Tending
with
Laurence Cole

2019 Date TBA


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As the world grows more and more out of balance, we urgently need to regain a relationship with the planet based upon the understanding of the world as a sacred and living whole, and to reclaim a consciousness that is centered in that understanding. Only if we redeem the problem at the root can we hope to heal and come back into balance with our environment.
— Llewellyn Vaughn-Lee, Spiritual Ecology