Lake City, Michigan


20-22, 2024

The Commons

Commons Tent

Formerly known as the “Jam Tent,” the Commons Tent this space is for anyone to gather. There is a modest schedule; otherwise, the tent is yours.




“Jamming Hours” end at midnight.

If you need more jamming—we understand—please take it north to the Drum Fire so our fellow humans may rest in the woods nearby.


Community Kitchen

The community kitchen is a space for all camping attendees to use as a resource to cook your own food as well as clean your dishes with clean, drinkable water. The space is equipped with gas-fired cooking equipment, cooking utensils, pots and pans, sauces, herbs and spices as well as a fully functioning dish wash station with soap and drying area. Also, the community kitchen is staffed with a Chef from Culinary Cultivations and other helpers to assist you with the space or even help you with cooking. Please use this space to nourish, learn and commune.

Kitchen hours

  • Friday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Saturday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Sunday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Come and learn with us!

Dances of Universal Peace

The Sacred Earth Tribe/ Peaceful Sisters invites our Harvest Gathering Family to join them in a Circle of Love to do The Dances of Universal Peace. The DUP are a joyful and peaceful celebration of the unity of life. These multi-cultural circle dances help build community and awareness of our connection to divine spirit through singing and chanting sacred phrases from many of the world’s spiritual traditions. All Dances are taught to the group and are easy and fun to learn, all ages welcome.

The Tribe: BettyAnne Demers, Marley Demers, Donavan Netherland, Jene Peltey, Ahad Cobb, Widad Cobb, Marty Jablonski

Love’s Bizarre Free Store

You read that right! Everything is FREE! Pick up something unique or drop something off and share a story with host Karmen Love of Love’s Bizarre.

Mystery Tent

Tap into your intuition and explore the art of divination with our many oracle decks, tarot, runes, and more in this brand new space.

Natural Playground

Run, climb, and play in a safe and friendly way or take a winding walk through our labyrinth while you touch the earth in this playscape made of natural materials from the farm! Created by Ruby Miller.

North Sky Raptor Sanctuary

North Sky Raptor Sanctuary is a non-profit, state and federally licensed bird of prey rehabilitation facility located in Grand Traverse County, MI.

Tentative presentations

  • Friday from Noon – 3 p.m.
  • Saturday from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
  • Sunday from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.


Artifacts table available 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. daily. 

People Care Tent

A place to rest, recharge, and resource yourself designed with community care in mind. This place is stocked with self care tools, refreshments, and will have compassionate hosts and a licensed therapist available 24 hours a day for anyone in need of extra support.

This is a Blue Light Station.

Red Horse Center Workshops

Presented by Ulla Frederiksen and Fred Bueltmann

Healing Culture Through a Trauma-Informed Lens

Learn how the five principles of trauma-informed care are a paradigm shift for the support of self and others; professionally and personally. Understanding how to implement these principles can positively influence interactions and the ability to support clients and collaborators. Explore how to foster a positive, nurturing work environment, empower an intentional culture, and enhance collaboration and creativity while contributing to a healthy, resilient sense of well-being.  

HERD Leadership

Discover what we can learn about shifting away from power-over leadership models, into mutually beneficial, trust-based collaborations between willing partners. Explore how lessons from herd dynamics and the language of horses can change how we look at our working relationships and leadership styles.  

Sound Garden

Tap, drum, tink, and dance to your own beat in this percussionist playground curated by Sarah Reigler, with support from some of Earthwork’s favorite drummers!

Water Protectors Training Camp

Water Protector’s Training Camp (WPTC) is a new program from Title Track that provides an opportunity for young people to connect with professional artists and activists to create music, creative writing, art, and video while exploring their commitment to being a Water Protector.