Re-Wilding Ourselves

Walking a Watershed

Ages 18+
July 31-Aug 1: 9AM on Sat. – 2 PM on Sun.

Sliding Scale: $80-110 (information on this below)

We are all downstream.  Follow the path of water flowing through field, marsh and forest.  Walk with mindfulness and curiosity.  Feel your feet on the earth, the cool water of the creek on your skin, the sun on your face. We will bring all we need and create shelter where we create camp for the night.  This is a re-wilding experience for those who want to connect deeply with nature & themselves.

Registration is required, please download, fill out, and send to

You can find a fillable PDF here: 2021 Walking A Watershed Fillable Registration

What is Sliding Scale Cost? :
We provide a range here – or “sliding scale” – in an effort to make our programs accessible to those who couldn’t otherwise participate due to cost. The high end of the scale reflects the full price of recouping our expenses as a non-profit, and our experience is that those who can afford this price will pay it. The lower end is made available for those who find the full price a barrier to joining. We trust all registrants will self-select wherever they fall on the scale and pay accordingly, with no follow up questions or judgment.

  • The Following is an example of a “What to bring” List for this camp (*Please note this may vary from year to year):
  •        Tent (Optional: We hope to sleep in shelters but want to have tents as backup)
  •        a bowl, cup, and cutlery
  •          containers/tupperware for packing lunch (but we’ll provide the food)
  •          rope or paracord (if you have it)
  •          medium sized tarp
  •          sleeping pad/mat
  •          sleeping bag & pillow
  •          TWO water bottles
  •          Day pack (that you can comfortably carry)
  •          fixed blade knife, if you have one
  •          journal and writing tool
  •          Book to read
  •          towel and swim gear
  •          headlamp/flashlight
  •          Warmer clothes for evening/bug protection
  •          Good outer gear for any type of weather (rain jacket, sweater, light layers, hat)
  •          Sturdy footwear for hiking
  •          water shoes/ shoes that can get wet would be great
  •          Personal items i.e. Toothbrush/toothpaste/medications
  •          sunscreen/bug spray
  •          instruments are welcome