Green Exodus: uses contemplation, creativity, community and a fresh look at the Cosmos to realign our relationship with the Earth. Although these gatherings occur on Zoom, our focus is place-based. We are spending a few weeks in our second hosting community, Calgary! For more information contact:
Calgary Gathering #4
April 30, 2021 
4 - 5:30 p.m.
 Order of Things
  • Noticing Practice
  • Meditation Practise
  • Land Acknowledgement/Land Embodiment Practice
  • Red Dress Day
  • Poetry Practice
  • Community Practice - Sharing Personal Land Acknowledgement (Work in progress, of course!)

Register here to receive Zoom invitations to each session. (You only need to register once.)
Green Exodus Hosts a Deep Time Walk

We know this planet is awesome … but just how awesome?

Join Green Exodus on a journey into awe as we experience together the history of the Earth through the award-winning Deep Time Walk app.

Listen to the free app on your phone with headphones as you walk 4.6 km. The Deep Time Walk calculates your speed and distance as you journey across 4.6 billion years of time, enabling you to learn about key evolutionary events as they occur and comprehend the impact of human history on the Earth’s complex climate.

This event will be both online and inplace:

Saturday, May 15, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

We will bookend our inplace Deep Time Walk with a Kick-off Zoom meeting at 10 a.m. (MDT) and then a Debrief Zoom meeting at 3 p.m. (MDT).
To download the Deep Time Walk App, visit
Upcoming Green Exodus - Calgary Gatherings
May 7, 14, 21, 28, - TBD 4 - 5:30 p.m.

You are welcome to attend as you are able!

Full Disclosure
The Green Exodus is an opportunity for participation:

  • With each other through small and large group conversation.

  • With what is and what is more than us through various practices: noticing, meditation, contemplative photography, poetry, art, words from Wisdom Traditions.

  • In the creative, evolving urgency of our living on this Planet; both as we ourselves are creative, with joy and discovery, and as we are painfully aware of our place and potential in the evolution of our Earth.