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Mission To empower communities to engage in cultural relationships with the natural world as a means of sustaining efforts of environmental protection and restoration.

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The 2019 Procession Celebration:
A Kinship with the Earth

Luminary Procession - Friday April 26, 2019 - 9:30 pm
Procession of the Species - Saturday April 27, 2019 - 4:30 pm

Elevating Acceptance Through Joy

So much to feel grateful for, and appreciative of, regarding all who offered the heart, mind, and resilient muscle to lift this year's Procession skyward. The grace, ease, and warmth emanating from this year's Procession truly elevated an acceptance that tugged at the hearts of all who were present. There is a budding wisdom that arrives at the hallmark of any collective expression that is truly held and cherished as tradition. Currents. Seasons. Migrations. We are all, by our very nature, steeped in the traditions of the natural world - and the wisdom it provides. May this wisdom grace our personal spirits and our relationships with all life as well.


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Washington State Earth Month Proclamation, We're In!

What the media is saying about the Procession this year!


The Procession of the Species Celebration: Creating cultural connections between communites and the natural world!

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