Join us around the virtual fire
as we listen to the stories of three elders
who were there at the very beginning
of the Wilderness Guides Council —
Ron Pevny, Marilyn Hendee,
and a guest recording of Meredith Little
(made especially for this event).
On April 16th we will have a special Virtual Basecamp, in which stories of the origins of the Wilderness Guides Council will be told. With its roots in that seminal gathering in the Saline Valley of California in which 26 vision fast guides and supporters came together to network, share experiences and explore possibilities for collaborating in bringing this transformative work to greater number of people in need of meaningful rites of passage, the WGC evolved from an amorphous concept to the vital agent for cultural change that it is today.
How did that happen? What were and continue to be the opportunities and challenges, issues and synergies that have made the WGC a unique collective of cultural change agents guiding others to a deep connection with the natural world within and without? Several of those pioneers whose work helped birth and sustain the WGC will tell stories and answer questions in what is sure to be a fascinating Virtual Basecamp.
Presented by Ron Pevny (Center for Conscious Eldering) and Marilyn Hendee (sister of Steven Foster and WGC Netkeeper 1994-2001)
To Obtain the Zoom Link for this Gathering, please email the WGC Netkeepers at: email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you there!