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Sat, Mar 05


Harvest Preserve

Rituals and Altars at Harvest Preserve: A Mindful Practice

Through mindful practice, explore how the use of ritual and altars can become a part of your spiritual and emotional growth.

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Rituals and Altars at Harvest Preserve: A Mindful Practice
Rituals and Altars at Harvest Preserve: A Mindful Practice

Time & Location

Mar 05, 2022, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Harvest Preserve, 1645 N Scott Blvd, Iowa City, IA 52245, USA

About the Event

Join us in learning about the use of ritual and altars within your own healing work, including the benefits of their use as well as how they may provide enhancements to current practices. You will be led through a series of self explorations, focusing on inner growth.

Consider bringing talismans/charms that are  meaningful to you, as well as natural material offerings to leave at altars. You will also be invited to find offerings which call to you as we journey our way through the Preserve.

There will be a brisk hike and mindful practices throughout the  experience. 

Guided by Anne Ventullo, Eco-therapist and lover of the  woods.  

Dress very warmly, this is an all outdoor event. Three layers are suggested.


Sliding scale fee: $25 - $0, based upon your access to resources.

Harvest Preserve and Backyard Abundance members receive a 10% discount.

We need a minimum of 12 attendees to host the class. Please invite friends and family to ensure the event happens as scheduled. We would love to meet your loved ones.


The event is held outside. Masks are optional. We will try to maintain 6' distancing.


This class was developed in collaboration with many community partners using grant funding from the Johnson County Community Foundation and the Roy A. Hunt Foundation. It would not be possible without these sponsors and supporters. Please frequent these generous organizations to thank them for donations of time, materials and funds.

Johnson County Community Foundation

Roy A. Hunt Foundation

Iowa City Parks and Recreation Department

100 Grannies

Earl May Garden Center

Master Gardeners of Johnson County

New Pioneer Food Co-op


  • Abundance of Resources

    This fee is for people with expendable income. This option allows you to assist others in attending our classes by “paying it forward” for those who have less access to opportunities.

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  • Traditional Resources

    This fee is for people who have the resources they need to make ends meet and can attend our classes at full cost.

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  • Reduced Access to Resources

    This fee is for people who are working hard to make ends meet on low wages and have less access to resources and opportunities.

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  • Fee Waived

    This option is for people who have low access to resources. Examples include those with income below the poverty line, people living with mental and physical health concerns, and people experiencing insecurity in basic needs attainment.

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