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The Sacred Gardener School
The Sacred Gardener School

May 5-9 and August 18-22, 2021 +
July 6-10 and September 14-18, 2022

The Story of the Madawaska Forest Garden
The Story of the Madawaska Forest Garden

This book sheds a new light on the co-creative origins of agriculture and civilization

Sacred Gardening
Sacred Gardening

This book is an intersection where permaculture meets indigenous land use
and our schooling and rationality collide with the mythological reality of the Earth

The Sacred Gardener

Woven amongst practical lessons about gardening, supporting the soil microbiome, and the medicine of wild native plants, we were bathed in crucial and life altering teachings about our relationship to the Earth, each other, and ourselves. This was not just a workshop but a healing journey to reclaim my capacities to praise the beauty of life, honor the various griefs that come with having a heart that loves what must one day die, and discover what it means to walk with gentleness, power, and love. – Michael

The impact of the Sacred Gardener School on one’s life is hard to describe. It starts with a large amount of hands on learning and teachings that bring you closer to all the beings in our midst. Soon, the wisdom you have absorbed permeates throughout your life. The food we are served throughout the course is full of warmth, love and wild creative beauty. All I can say is that something draws me back over and over again so I can be reminded of what is important. Empty your cup and let the learning begin. -Olga

 


The Sacred Gardener School is for those inspired to move into a deeper level of being;
to live in a connected, sustainable and soulfully present way with the Earth.
The school will foster your growth over time, enabling you to embody the living skills
and ceremony needed to engage the larger spirit and ecology of the Earth,
so She may bless and redirect our collective and personal path.

About Steven Martyn

Steven Martyn

M.A. (traditional plant use), B.F.A. honours, artist, farmer, wildcrafter, builder, teacher, writer, visionary.

Steven has more than thirty years experience living co-creatively with the Earth, practicing traditional living skills of growing food, building and healing. Steven created Livingstone & Greenbloom in 1986, Toronto’s first green landscaping company. In 1996, he created the Algonquin Tea Company, North America’s premiere bioregional tea company.

He has given talks and run workshops internationally for more than twenty years and taught plant identification and wilderness skills at Algonquin college for 11 years. In 2014 Megan and he started the Sacred Gardener Earth Wisdom School. Steven released his first book, The Story of the Madawaska Forest Garden, in 2016, and his second book, Sacred Gardening, was released in June 2017.

Click here to learn more about Steven.

The Meaning and Gift of Worrying
While this post is not about Covid in particular, it is about...
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Echinacea, Snake Root and Snake Oil
By Steven Martyn I’ve come to have a good nose for sniffing...
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Our Divine Cultural Inheritance
Steven Martyn in front of a stack-wall cob earthship, speaking about the...
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For the Wild Podcast: Letting Land Lead
Steven Martyn on For The Wild podcast, with Ayana Young For The...
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Fall Equinox
As we step through the gate that is the fall equinox (sept...
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The Mythic Life Podcast
In this episode, Dr Sharon Blackie speaks with Steven Martyn: an artist,...
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Maple Sugaring
Last year, for the first time in thirty years or so, I...
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