Designed for anyone in the Boulder area struggling with Persistent Concussion Symptoms (PCS). Click here to read more about our retreat philosophy and goals.
Friday, November 11
Zoom from 6-7 pm MT
Saturday, November 12
Elk Run Farm from 10am- 6pm
Optional sauna from 6-7 pm
12191 N Foothills Hwy, Longmont, CO 80503
$200- $300 on a sliding scale based on what you determine you are able to contribute
$200 = Base (Covers the cost of retreat attendance)
$250 = Sustaining (Covers the cost of retreat attendance and supports a future retreat)
$300+ = Benefactor (Covers the cost of retreat attendance and supports our scholarship fund)
Participants can pay the cost upfront or fundraise to cover their cost
More detailed information on payment options can be viewed here
Farm Fresh Food
Lunch will be provided by Elk Run Farm with food provided directly from the farm. Snacks will be available throughout the retreat. We are able to accommodate all dietary restrictions.
Group Size and Facilitation
Our retreats are intentionally intimate with a 2:1 ratio of participants to facilitators. You will have direct access to facilitators throughout the retreat experience. For more information about our facilitation team, check out this link.
More Information About Elk Run Farm
We are thrilled to partner with Elk Run Farm and grateful for the opportunity to be held by their land and community. Our time at the retreat will be spent in Elk Run's yurt, the garden, hidden hammock forest, outdoor kitchen, and sauna.
Learn more about Elk Run Farm and Drylands Agroecology Research here.
A snippet copied from their website:
Drylands Agroecology Research is a 501c3 non-profit working on the ground and in our communities to develop systems that revitalize land and all those that relate with it.
Studying design methodology, ancient and innovative farming practices, and holistic animal management, we are developing new approaches to land stewardship.
By partnering with land stewards, we are consulting with others to implement these regenerative techniques. We aim to share this research with our communities and promote the widespread adoption of regenerative agriculture. As we continue to restore the land, we are developing programs that regenerate the cultural systems that we are a part of.