The early bird gets the worm. And by the worm we mean the cheapest tickets. Prices will go up on April 1.
If you are planning on volunteering, don’t buy a ticket now. Volunteering registration opens March 1.
Earthwork Harvest Gathering creates an intergenerational safe space to cultivate healing, empowerment and collaborative community enrichment in a three-day cultural celebration on Earthwork Farm in rural Northern Michigan.
You can find the Zeek’s Bus up near the Hill Stage, over by the gravesites of our beloved friends Patrick Carroll, Phil Wintermute, and David Fetzer.
We keep a lot of things in it—from cool old sweaters and sweatshirts, to tapes and records. So, if you need something, you might find it. Ask Jasmine Lace if you need help looking, she runs the bus—Jasmine is an amazing homesteader, loom master, and fabric artist from East Jordan.
This puzzle, by Drew Tyner (bassist, Go Rounds), requires no introduction; that said, this particular crossword is guided by the principles of Earthwork Harvest Gathering founder Samuel Seth Bernard: radical inclusion, gifting, self-reliance, self-expression, communal effort, participation, and immediacy.
Water Protector’s Training Camp (WPTC) is a new program from Title Track that provides an opportunity for young people (ages 12 to 17) to connect with professional artists and activists to create music, creative writing, art, and video while exploring their commitment to being a Water Protector.
The first cohort of WPTC will occur in-person at Earthwork Harvest Gathering.