The Moon’s Nest School of Magic, Mischief & Mystery is pleased to be partnered with the 2019 Northwest Permaculture Convergence to offer adventure, play, and connection to the littles of this annual gathering. Our programming aims to provide support to the families of the NWPCC community while engaging children in ceremony, ritual, play, learning, and story. It is important to our team that the children and families who gather with us feel centered and supported throughout the gathering. In this first year of facilitating the children’s programming for NWPCC, we hope to form meaningful memories, relationships, and traditions that will inspire us throughout the year and bring us back to each other in the next. We are SO excited to start this work, and to cultivate magical experiences for the children of the nw permaculture community and their families. We do hope that you will join us this year as we cast our circle of connecting, playing, and learning together!
All blessings, Moon’s Nest School of Magic, Mischief & Mystery
The Moon’s Nest is a gender neutral, wild and witchy play community based in Portland, Or. We offer high quality, nature based, and magically infused early childhood development programing for queer families and their allies. We are guided by Waldorf, Reggio Emilia, Anti~Bias, Coyote Mentoring, Rewilding and unschooling principles. Our magical practice is rooted in the Reclaiming and Faery Traditions, and influenced by many great teachers and ancestors of path. Flow Withwateris founder of the Moon’s Nest Playschool and the Moon’s Nest School of Magic, Mischief & Mystery. She graduated from Portland State University as a highly distinguished McNair Scholar whose research focused on the transmission of epigenetic trauma, early childhood neurobiology, and the biopsychosocial impact of both micro and macro systems of oppression. Her current research is in trauma mitigation and best practices for cultivating resilience to trauma in early childhood development.
She’s been a practicing witch in the Reclaiming Tradition with a focus in the hearth arts and practical magic for nearly 15 years. She received her Permaculture Design Certificate in 2014 from the City Repair Project and is a graduate of Siskiyou Permaculure’s advanced permaculture course in Social Forestry. She wakes each day with an intention to find holiness in the mundane, reverence for the sacred simplicity of bird song, and to share these joys with others.