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mirrored fatality: Earthlodge Center for Transformation x Soil Sponge Collective

March 19 @ 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

SAT March 19 | 11 – 5PM
+ SOIL SPONGE COLLECTIVE + mirrored fatality workshop and recorded performance



PLS RSVP and DM @EarthlodgeCenter

We’re thrilled to support Earth Lodge in their regenerative efforts, esp in Ground Zero of Long beach, near the ports and adjacent to the 710 freeway. Soil + Tree love is most welcome and requested here and we hope to inspiring the Long Beach neighborhood to engage the same.

Earth Lodge is doing amazing collaborative work around social justice, healing, Earth Medicine & transformational work around trauma, as well as inspiring children & youth. We will be forking, breaking up compaction, spreading manure, seeding cover crops, spraying. Please bring your forks, shovels, broadfork, pruners, clippers, loppers, 5g buckets, etc. Bring it all!

​The Earth Has Medicine to Heal our Trauma and Aid Us in Living Healthy and Holistic Lives

Healing Justice and Trauma Transformation

Celebrating 25 Years of Black Led Queer Leadership in Black Indigenous Healing Practices to Heal Trauma Through Ritual, Ceremony &Intuitive Knowing

The Earthlodge Is Home to One of the Most Potent Urban Ritual & Ceremony Healing and Trauma Transformation Earthwomb Pits in LA County

The Earthlodge Center for Transformation is a spiritual sanctuary for people to transform their trauma into healing and justice. We service queer (LGBT), POC, womyn, children & men who support the rise of the feminine.
​Serving Community since 1995 with 501 (C) 3 Nonprofit Since 2017

Soil Sponge Collective

Creating Regenerative Community
The Soil Sponge Collective is the collaborative effort of volunteers belonging to various advocacy groups such as Woodshed Gardens, BirdHouse, SoCal350, Hollywood Orchard, and the Tongva and Chumash Ancestors. Together we are committed to serving the regeneration of all life.

We engage in various-scale projects to regenerate the soil, restore village-minded consciousness, and respond to the deep calling of our time.

We currently gather on the ancestral lands of the Tongva and Chumash. These lands were once one of the most fertile, abundant and biodiverse areas of flora and fauna on the planet. By humbly listening, attending to and caring for the unseen, essential microbes in the soil, ecosystems that have long been degraded and neglected by humankind can be restored, honored and revitalized.

Our intent is to be in sacred reciprocity with the original Ancestors where we have settled or now inhabit. Connecting to the natural cycles and rhythms of life, we heal ourselves and Mother Earth.


March 19
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
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