About this event

As our lands and waters face unprecedented change and as our cultural landscapes undergo seismic shifts, what creative possibilities might emerge when like-minded and like-hearted individuals come together to imagine and implement radical beginnings? And how can the philosophy and practices of spiritual ecology guide us in getting there?

The role of leadership in younger generations has never carried more weight than it does now. There is a growing global movement of young leaders who are calling for change and challenging us to abandon destructive stories of progress that are rooted in oppression, colonization, separation, and unlimited economic growth.

This four-part leadership course offers emerging leaders the opportunity to establish skills in building and co-creating spaces of renewal, reciprocity, and reverence. An abridged version of our Seeds of Radical Renewal Leadership program, this course is an introduction to the field of spiritual ecology: an evolving philosophy that is rooted in the understanding that ecology, culture, and spirituality are interdependent.

With the guidance of guest teachers—including Rowen White, Sam Lee, Kalyanee Mam, and Sherri Mitchell—participants will have the opportunity to learn from the wisdom and leadership experience of those working in the field of spiritual ecology.


The program is open to everyone and is available at a sliding scale of $50–$200. Scholarships are available for those who need them. Payment is due upon registration. Refunds will be given to those who cancel up to 15 days before the course. After that, refunds will not be available except under special circumstances.

Please contact events@emergencemagazine.org if you’d like to enquire about a scholarship or have any questions.


Session 1: August 17, 11-1pm (pacific)

Session 2: August 24, 11-1pm (pacific)

Session 3, August 31, 11-1pm (pacific)

Session 4, September 7, 11-1pm (pacific)


A Zoom link will be sent to registered participants a few weeks before the course starts. 

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