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WELCOME TO SHIMMERING LIGHT!

~where Soil meets Soul~

 

Now, more than ever, we need to remember our interdependence with all other Beings to co-create a world of liberation, regeneration and beauty for All.

Shimmering Light is a community supported farm and education center in South Bristol, NY dedicated to inspiring more conscious and regenerative ways of life.

Through our community garden, retreats, workshops and collaborative learning experiences Shimmering Light cultivates connection and reciprocity with the Earth, each other and our own true nature.  

Swing into our Spring Offerings!
SPRING REVIVAL

Retreat Day

2022 FARM MEMBERSHIPS 

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BACKYARD HERBALIST

Registration Open until March 21st

ENVIRONMENTAL ACCESS FUND

Needs your support!

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Support our Work

In 2021 we inaugurated our Environmental Access Fund to provide equitable participation for anyone who is experiencing financial hardship OR those who identify as Black, Indigenous, Asian, Latinx or have been otherwise racialized.   In just 2021, 367 of 536 program participants utilized the fund, almost 70% of our total participants!    We are grateful to be partnering with new groups and organization to make nature-based education accessible to more humans each year!

Learn more and support the Environmental Access Fund for 2022!

 

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Land Acknowledgement and Social Equity

We gratefully acknowledge that modern American agriculture, herbalism and nature connection practices rest squarely on the shoulders of many generations of black and brown people whose lands, labor and/or knowledge were taken by force.   Our farm is located on the unceded home of the of the Seneca people, one of the six nations of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy.

 

Shimmering Light has a 25 year history of proactively increasing equitable access to nature-based education for people who lack access to nature for many reasons. 

Please learn more about our social equity efforts and our land acknowledgement here.