A challenge that many pagans and earth-based spiritual practitioners face is how to integrate sustainable living with our everyday lives. By offering a vision of “sacred actions,” or the integration of sustainable living with Earth-based spirituality, learn how to combine the three ethics: people care, earth care, and fair share, to execute comprehensive sustainable living through the lens of paganism. Find a wide variety of accessible sustainable living activities, rituals, stories, and tools framed through the neopaganism eightfold Wheel of the Year. Each chapter is tied to one of the eight holidays, offering specific themes that deepen topics, including home and hearth, lawns and gardens, food and nourishment, ritual items and offerings, reducing waste and addressing materialism, and much more. Consider this your manual of personal empowerment through sustainability as a spiritual practice.
Dana O’Driscoll has been a practicing animist druid for more than fifteen years and currently serves as the Grand Archdruid in the Ancient Order of Druids in America. She is also a druid-grade member of the Order of Bards, Ovates, and Druids and is the OBOD’s 2018 Mount Haemus Scholar. She writes at the Druid’s Garden Blog and is the creator of Tarot of Trees. Dana is a certified permaculture designer and teacher; she has taught sustainable living courses and wild-food foraging in her local community and in university settings. Dana lives at a five-acre homestead in rural western Pennsylvania with her partner and a host of feathered and furred friends.

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