Green Earth Awakening 2017: Volunteer
Chef | Image © Steve Jackson 2015
When is it? Wednesday 20 — Sunday 24 September 2017: booking is open!
What is it? A five day camp exploring how Buddhism can help us along the path towards community and sustainability. With green crafts, engaged dharma, social change, forest school, healing area and a daily timetable of workshops, talks, meditation, yoga, qi gong, dance and music. An intimate gathering to deepen with a wider awareness. Check out our programme of tools for the mind, skills for our future.
How can I get involved? We’re recruiting volunteers for the Buddhafield Café (see below) and looking for GEA workshop proposals.
Any questions? Contact us about the GEA.
If you would like to offer a workshop or talk at this year’s Green Earth Awakening Camp, please download the application form and email it to the address displayed on the form.
You can Contact the GEA Workhops Co-ordinator for general information.
A rocket stove workshop | Image © Satyadarshin 2013
We currently have a full Café crew, but check back here from time-to-time, right up until the start of the event, to see if folk have dropped out.
The Buddhafield Cafe at the Green Earth Awakening | Image © Satyadarshin 2013
Alcohol, Drugs and Contributing
All Buddhafield events are drug and alcohol free. We believe this is one of the things that makes the atmosphere at our events special. A great many people come to Buddhafield because that’s our stated aim. It’s a value we actively want to promote.
This applies to the crew at least as much as ticket holders: crew (many of whom are on site for several weeks during set-up) strongly set the tone of the event.
People tell us that they didn't know they could enjoy a festie without their drug of choice, so if this would be a new way of experiencing a festie, then why not give it a try! Whatever your views on drugs, though, please bear in mind that if you choose to work with us, then we expect this value to be respected.
This applies to “legal highs” as well as illegal drugs and we reserve the right to ask you to leave if you can’t respect this.