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- Jun 28 2018

Our Story 

For more and more people, the mainstream lifestyle sold to us growing up is not a viable path to a happy life. The stress & anxiety that many people carry is not leading us to the lives filled with joy and purpose.

Music & art events are a great way to escape life’s challenges. It’s also fun and a really good idea to incorporate workshops, yoga, and meditation to assist our transformation.

Transformational festivals have been around for decades, and we feel CoLab Campout is a collaborative experience, offering culture a new level of transformation.

CoLab Campout is a curated experience designed to evoke hope for our future. CoLab Campout is an intimate gathering designed to keep our participants on a journey of growth together. The waste of resources and the unsustainable ecological impact of large events do not foster long term regeneration. It is also clear that people do not fully understand the economics behind festivals, and we’d like to OpenSource all of what we are doing so we can truly invite full transparent collaboration. We also love to have a great time, but many days of late night music and non-productive and unconnected activity is not in alignment with what we perceive to be a transformational event.

The Vision of CoLab Campout is what we desire the attraction to be. Learning, meeting, and connecting with activated action oriented community is what we envision the draw to be. In future years, this will be a 200 person SOLD OUT event upon just a few weeks of ticket releases.

Yes, CoLab Campout will also have great entertainment…that’s a given. You’ll probably be blown away, but we want you to come because this collaborative village building work is vital to creating possibilities of human thrival way beyond existence in chaos.

CoLab Campout is designed to showcase what offgrid life can offer. Check out Heartland to see our home base location. We are deep in the prototype phase of creating a reality where living & working from concrete boxes and being in front of our computers for 8+ hours a day is not the only option.

The main goals are to get back to our roots of village building, to collaboratively build real structures and to explore ourselves and each other as we work together. The result we are shooting for is a feeling of actual Transformation. It is our transformation that we LOVE to celebrate. This is why the 4 pillars of CoLab Campout are OuterWork, InnerWork, Transformation, and Celebration. 

CoLab Campout is a festival model that we envision bringing to intentional communities all over the world. We’ve launched this model at Heartland, and your purchase of a ticket is your vote to help us make this a reality.

CoLab Campout is not fueled by any outside investor. If we don’t meet our most basic expenses we cancel the event. If we break even, the artists get paid more and we begin to invest more into our event so it becomes even better for those that come.

This makes YOU the investor.

Having an event is not easy work, and everyone collaborating to make this happen are deep in service to this vision. We make tickets cheaper early to help motivate sales. It’s also good for you to know that last minute ticket purchase is not helping us make this experience better for you.

If this is exciting for you, we are calling for your support now. Grab a ticket, and invite your friends so you can carpool to get here.

We hope you can join us!


- Sep 22 2016

Reserve the dates and mark your calendars - September 22 - 25, 2016(Thursday till Sunday). Our Fifth anniversary!!!4 full days recommended. Early crew welcome. tickets are on sale NOW!!! one entrance - donation to the club -between now and September 20 - paid by paypal to 60$ (sixty $) we only have room for 150 guests. vision quest in the forest, meditation, classes, music, dance, sweatlodge, sound healing, camping, art projects and many many more... pure springwater flowing for all on the land. a pool/pond and a hot shower. sweatlodge. 

10BurningManPrincipals apply: radical self reliance means bring everything for your camping in the forest. and foods and bedding and.... radical participation means plan on being the subject of fascination by others, no gawkers, pure burn... community is helping others survive brilliantly.


14th Annual Fall Joshua Tree Music Festival - Oct 10 2019

Joshua Tree Music Festival is known for curating a line-up of up and coming, dance frenzy inspiring artists from all around the globe as phenomenal artists from the US and the local Joshua Tree area. - Join a growing family of music and art lovers who convene in the Mojave desert twice a year! This 4 day event features continuous live music, yoga from sunrise to sunset, kids activities, magical visual arts, healthy food options, inspiring playshops, world market, Astronomy Theater so much more. Leave inspired, rejuvenated, refreshed and full of LOVE. - 2019 Lineup - North Mississippi Allstars, The California Honeydrops, Yak Attack, The Hu, Gato Preto, Russ Liquid, Earth Arrow, Elektric Voodoo, Balkan Bump, Zach Deputy, Cole Williams, Adam Freeland, Steve Poltz, orchestra gold, desert rhythm project, Amritakripa, ocho ojos, Myshkin, Megafauna, Water Seed, gabriella evaro, The Flusters, Amanda Davis, Diana Gameros, the gold souls, markus meurer, sone, Long/Division, Cactus Wine Experience, Songwriter Sessions -


17th Indigenous Farming Conference - Mar 5 2020

White Earth, Minn.- December 17th, 2019 – Mark your calendars on the evening of March 5th through March 8th, 2020, for the 17th Annual Great Lakes Indigenous Farming Conference, Mino-Bimaadiziwin-Gikendaasowin-Oodenang, Living the Good Life through Knowledge and Community, sponsored by the White Earth Land Recovery Project. -   - Join us and learn about a wide array of topics and discussions on food sovereignty initiatives, tribal food and farm policy, native agricultural techniques, research and seed protection, traditional ecological knowledge and much more! We also feature a youth track with various activities and story-telling, films, and hands-on demonstrations. A long-awaited gathering and learning event for the whole family! -   - We will be awarding limited scholarships on a case-by-case basis only to locals, tribal members, and students. For more information and to apply please visit the White Earth Land Recovery Website and for questions please email -   -


2017 Farmers Guild-Raising - Feb 18 2017

Every February, hundreds of California farmers, ranchers and local food advocates from San Diego to the North Coast converge at Sonoma County’s Shone Farm to share skills, explore hot topics in sustainable agriculture and collectively forge a united voice on behalf of family farms. This year's workshops and activities will explore CSA's in the age of produce box schemes, food safety rules, soil health and much more. As part of this year's “Intergenerational Exchange” theme, we’re excited to officially announce a merger between Community Alliance with Family Farmers (CAFF) and the Farmers Guild. This new partnership unites generations; combines wisdom and enthusiasm; infuses lessoned learned with what’s possible for the future of food and ag in California. ? And like every year, this event concludes with the always popular Agrarian Lovers Ball. With Valentine’s Day in the air, we open up the doors to our broader community with locally-sourced food and live music to celebrate farmers and all those who love them. The night culminates with our Annual Awards, recognizing contributions to a stronger local economy, food justice and a new generation of agrarians.


37th Annual EcoFarm Conference - Jan 25 2017

The Ecological Farming Association (EcoFarm) presents the 37th annual EcoFarm Conference January 25 - 28, 2017 in Pacific Grove, CA. As the oldest and largest organic farming event in the West, EcoFarm is a prime networking and educational hub for farmers, ranchers, distributors, retailers, activists, researchers, and educators - featuring over 70 workshops, keynote speakers, discussion groups, an exhibitor marketplace, seed swap, live entertainment, mixers, and delicious organic meals. To learn more and to register, visit  


3rd Annual Indigenous Hemp Conference 2020 - Mar 3 2020

JOIN US FOR THE 3RD ANNUAL - INDIGENOUS HEMP CONFERENCE - at the Maplelag in Callaway, MN - Mark your calendars and join us on March 4th, 2020 for the 3rd Annual Indigenous Hemp Conference hosted by Winona’s Hemp & Heritage Farm, and Anishinaabe Agriculture Institute. - Hemp Conference Details: Before the start of the farming conference, join us for a day of learning, networking, and workshopping. Local and regional hemp experts will join us to discuss the possible roles hemp can for tribal economies. - Topics will include: - * Cultivation and varieties - * Refining - * Products, with a focus on: Rope Paper Fiber CBDs - * Whole Hemp Plant Approach: Food Products and value - * Tribal and local state or federal regulations - Early registration until February 1st, 2020 - $175.00 Early Registration: 1 day (full conference) registration lodging for Wednesday March 4th night: $185 (this includes $43 registration, $90 lodging, and $52 for 3-meals). $10 Savings - $110.00 Early Registration: 1 day registration NO lodging: $120 (this includes $58 registration $52 for 3-meals). $10 Savings - NOTE: 17th Annual Great Lakes Indigenous Farming Conference is separate registration. Please visit for more info, and to RSVP for the “Farm Conference.” -


A Taste of Edmonds 2011 - Aug 12 2011

Brief Description:

100,000 people attend each year. Fine arts and crafts, 40 food vendors, 4 stages of entertainment, rides, beer, and wine gardens. Voted to the top 100 North American festivals!Now in its 29th year, A Taste of Edmonds features food, arts & crafts, commercial booths, rides, a children’s area, 4 stages of entertainment, along with a beer garden, and a wine garden. Voted one of the "Top 100 North American Festivals", there’s fun for everyone.



AcroRocks: 6th annual New Years Retreat - Dec 27 2019

This will be a very special time of sharing in the magical high desert landscape of Joshua Tree with a community of like minded people that will gather to play, learn, reflect, and connect through our favorite practices. - Camping, Yoga, AcroYoga, Thai Massage, Climbing and Community Fun! - This retreat is designed for anyone with enthusiasm for community and adventure. The rock climbing, yoga and AcroYoga is suitable for beginner to intermediate skill levels, though you will still learn much no matter what your ability is. -


Adventist Agricultural Association Conference 2019 - Jan 16 2019

Annual Conference to support our mission as follows - We endeavor to provide a network to support, share, and encourage fellow Adventists in their agricultural pursuits. Whether you are a small backyard gardener, an Adventist institution, or a market farmer, our desire is to help provide you with tools and know-how backed by science, counsel, and scripture. - Schedule here: - - -