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Reclamation of the Earth-Based Practices 2017 - Dec 31 1969

Our ancestors provided us with vital support to fulfill our potential here on Earth. This weekend, we will be getting together to celebrate cultures, traditions, fall harvest, and to acknowledge contributions of the early people, remember their ways, and connect to our lineage. We will do that through nature and Earth based practices, as well as food processing and fermentation classes. WE WOULD LOVE FOR YOUR TO JOIN US IN THIS CELEBRATION

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Reggae On The River 2015 - Jul 30 2015

Capping off July and welcoming August on the weekend of July 30-August 2, the 31st anniversary of Reggae On The River will grace the banks of the meandering Eel River at French’s Camp in Humboldt County, CA. The longest running reggae festival in the U.S.- and the only one in the world known simply as “Reggae”- Reggae On The River is more than just a music festival. It’s a testament to music that opens boundaries and brings people together. A celebration truly deserving of an annual pilgrimage- the 2015 edition will again represent the evolution of global reggae music with performers from the far corners of the Earth- and irie vibes for miles - all weekend long. Three and 4-day tickets are still available- as are a limited number of RV spots. If you act soon, you could go big with the new Ambassador Pass to enjoy unprecedented perks and access while supporting two Jamaican non-profits- the Alpha Boys Institute and Lil Raggamuffins Summer Camp. For those with a 4-day pass, admission begins on Thursday, July 30th and includes first dibs on camping and an extra evening of entertainment to include King Jammys, Fortunate Youth, Mr. Williamz, HIRIE, Pyrx Band, IrieFuse, Iya Terra, and others. The 3-day ticket allows access to the grounds on Friday, July 31 and highlights an epic schedule to kick off the main event with performances by Cham, Protoje & The Indiggnation, Collie Buddz, Katchafire, Stick Figure, Inna Vision, and Juce. Building on these foundations, Saturday’s massive line-up will feature Stephen “Ragga” Marley, Tarrus Riley & Blak Soil, Ce’Cile, Ghetto Youths International featuring Jo Mersa, Christopher Ellis, Black-Am-I, & Wayne Marshall; Emmanuel Jal, Alerta Kamarada, Aaradhna, and Lior Ben-Hur. Culminating the positive vibrations on Sunday, August 2nd will be worldly ambassadors: Alborosie & The Shengen Clan, Nahko and Medicine For The People, The Congos, Exco Levi, Bassekou Kouyate & Ngoni Ba, Empress Unification, and Reggae Angels. Reggae will also feature top DJs and Sound Systems, the ever-lively KidLandia, and the camping, community, and irie vibes that made Reggae On The River famous. There are more than 60 vending/ non-profit booths, and each of Reggae’s food booths are either partnered with a non-profit or solely run by a non-profit. Some of the non-profits benefitting this year will be, Heart of the Redwoods Community Hospice, Fire Departments, Beginnings, Eel River Clean-Up Project, Veterans For Peace to name just a few. Having fun while helping build community is a mantra of ROTR, so whether you are coming by way of the Ambassador pass or a regular weekend ticket, you can bring a tool to donate to the Tools For Change program- an outreach project conducted in partnership with communities in rural Burkina Faso, West Africa. To discover more about these programs, to buy tickets, or to explore the good times to be had at Reggae On The River 2015- visit the festival website at . It’s happening July 30th-August 2nd at French’s Camp, in Garberville, CA- heart of the Emerald Triangle- and your portal to a higher vibration! 

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Reggae On The River 2016 - Aug 4 2016

Capping off July and welcoming August on the weekend of July 30-August 2, the 31st anniversary of Reggae On The River will grace the banks of the meandering Eel River at French’s Camp in Humboldt County, CA. The longest running reggae festival in the U.S.- and the only one in the world known simply as “Reggae”- Reggae On The River is more than just a music festival. It’s a testament to music that opens boundaries and brings people together. A celebration truly deserving of an annual pilgrimage- the 2015 edition will again represent the evolution of global reggae music with performers from the far corners of the Earth- and irie vibes for miles - all weekend long. Three and 4-day tickets are still available- as are a limited number of RV spots. If you act soon, you could go big with the new Ambassador Pass to enjoy unprecedented perks and access while supporting two Jamaican non-profits- the Alpha Boys Institute and Lil Raggamuffins Summer Camp. For those with a 4-day pass, admission begins on Thursday, July 30th and includes first dibs on camping and an extra evening of entertainment to include King Jammys, Fortunate Youth, Mr. Williamz, HIRIE, Pyrx Band, IrieFuse, Iya Terra, and others. The 3-day ticket allows access to the grounds on Friday, July 31 and highlights an epic schedule to kick off the main event with performances by Cham, Protoje & The Indiggnation, Collie Buddz, Katchafire, Stick Figure, Inna Vision, and Juce. Building on these foundations, Saturday’s massive line-up will feature Stephen “Ragga” Marley, Tarrus Riley & Blak Soil, Ce’Cile, Ghetto Youths International featuring Jo Mersa, Christopher Ellis, Black-Am-I, & Wayne Marshall; Emmanuel Jal, Alerta Kamarada, Aaradhna, and Lior Ben-Hur. Culminating the positive vibrations on Sunday, August 2nd will be worldly ambassadors: Alborosie & The Shengen Clan, Nahko and Medicine For The People, The Congos, Exco Levi, Bassekou Kouyate & Ngoni Ba, Empress Unification, and Reggae Angels. Reggae will also feature top DJs and Sound Systems, the ever-lively KidLandia, and the camping, community, and irie vibes that made Reggae On The River famous. There are more than 60 vending/ non-profit booths, and each of Reggae’s food booths are either partnered with a non-profit or solely run by a non-profit. Some of the non-profits benefitting this year will be, Heart of the Redwoods Community Hospice, Fire Departments, Beginnings, Eel River Clean-Up Project, Veterans For Peace to name just a few. Having fun while helping build community is a mantra of ROTR, so whether you are coming by way of the Ambassador pass or a regular weekend ticket, you can bring a tool to donate to the Tools For Change program- an outreach project conducted in partnership with communities in rural Burkina Faso, West Africa. To discover more about these programs, to buy tickets, or to explore the good times to be had at Reggae On The River 2015- visit the festival website at . It’s happening July 30th-August 2nd at French’s Camp, in Garberville, CA- heart of the Emerald Triangle- and your portal to a higher vibration! 

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Return to Roots Gathering 2016 - Jul 28 2016

Return to Roots Gathering showcases over 30 workshops in hoop dance, yoga, meditation, flow arts, conscious living, personal development and much more. Attendees enjoy evening and late night dance and celebration at one of our 2 music stages.. The event carefully curates a lineup of local and national acts that fit the transformational aspects of the event itself. Return to Roots is proud to be a family friendly event, featuring kids activities, a playground, and family camping. Our event is aimed at assisting the transformation of culture and so it is important to offer children a safe and fun experience for their own creative expression. Finally, the event is rounded out with a marketplace featuring local and national artisans who offer sustainable and organic products for today’s conscious shopper. We offer local and organic food options to support a healthy lifestyle. The Sanctuary Space provides massage and bodywork for participants, as well as a relaxing space for meditation. Ultimately, Return to Roots Gathering is about returning to our roots, to reconnect with each other, with our bodies, and with our hearts, offering something for everyone. Line up this year includes: The Human Experience, Dixon's Violin, Kai Altair, Suburban Sensi and Mombisa.

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Rhythm N Blooms Festival 2015 - Apr 10 2015

THE LINEUP: THE DECEMBERISTS DRIVE BY TRUCKERS THE DIRTY GUV’NAHS DELTA SPIRIT JD MCPHERSON LANGHORNE SLIM & THE LAW MIDNIGHTMERRY-GO-ROUND: A TRIBUTE TO KNOXVILLE MUSIC HOSTED BY CRUZ CONTRERAS GOSPEL HOUR HOSTED BY JEFF BARBRA & SARAH PIRKLE JILL ANDREWS CEREUS BRIGHT CHUCK MEAD & HIS GRASSY KNOLL BOYS THE APACHE RELAY GANGSTAGRASS WHISKEY SHIVERS KRISTINA TRAIN SOL DRIVEN TRAIN DAVID WAX MUSEUM HUMMING HOUSE ALANNA ROYALE CAROLINA STORY COUNT THIS PENNY THE SUFFERS LIL’ IFFY’S FINAL SPELL STRUNG LIKE A HORSE DANIEL ELLSWORTH & THE GREAT LAKES SUBTLE CLUTCH ANDREW LEAHEY & THE HOMESTEAD 6 STRING DRAG MIKE MCGILL & THE REFILLS BRISTON MARONEY HUDSON K THE NAUGHTY KNOTS AMYTHYST KIAH MARGO & THE PRICETAGS THE WANS JESSICA LEE WILKES WILLIAM WILD APPALACHIAN HIPPIE POET GUTHRIE BROWN & THE FAMILY TREE CLEAR PLASTIC MASKS BEAR MEDICINE *REPEAT REPEAT SKRIBE FEED THE BIRDS JOSEPH LEMAY BRAD AUSTIN THECITYLIGHTS* FOX TROT AND THE GET DOWN STEVEN WESLEY 3 MILE SMILE RABBIT IN THE RYE GET RIGHT BAND 

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Rhythms of Nature Women's Gathering 2018 - Mar 24 2018

Ready for a shift? Maybe you're ready to let yourself really shine. Maybe you've been muddling in a problem or struggle. Or, you're on the verge of a breakthrough and you're looking for clarity and support. Or...perhaps you know you're capable of more, you just don't know what the next step is. Ready? Good. Because the world needs you. It's easy to move through life on autopilot—most people do. It takes courage to explore what you can do to live more fully yourself—and as a result bring more love, light, and peace into the world in ways that feel authentic and true for you. In this retreat we'll explore the rhythms of nature, such as the egg to caterpillar to cocoon to butterfly and as it relates to our own cycles. The transformation process (the way we see it) isn't about rejecting who you are or trying to fix your imperfections. It's about connecting to where you're at and seeing what areas in your life could be more spacious and fluid. How could you be more you? How are you clipping your own wings? How could you really let your genius flow?

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Rites of Passages Retreat 2018 - Apr 27 2018

This weekend will be one of a kind and open to all. The program is designed for children age 6 + and adults, but babies and younger siblings are welcome at no charge with parents' supervision. The purpose of the weekend is to support all present this weekend in their current transitions, and celebrate the rites of passage processes through initiations, ceremony, hands-on projects, empowering stories, explorations of personal values, vision questing, a stronger sense of personal responsibility and deeper connection with families and communities.

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Root Awakening 2016 - Oct 21 2016

Let's dance! Come enjoy the sonic journey that Noetik, D'Lush, Fractal Dragon and Ben Goodwin (more TBA) will bring us in a beautiful redwood setting in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Don't just come dance, why not join us for a full weekend of camping with homies, engaging in workshops, yoga with Hannah Muse, organic meals and time in nature. There's hiking on the land and Big Basin State Park is only 15 minutes away. Oh and don't forget the Steam Bath! And of course a bonfire to keep us warm at night when we're not dancing :) Bring your magical self and a friend and enjoy the stylized beauty of our epic 172 acre home in Bonny Doon! Workshop submissions here: Carpooling strongly encouraged and ridesharing available here: Excited to play with you!

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