Our 2020 camp will be held near Felton/Santa Cruz (same site as 2019), from June 14-19, 2020.
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The Teen Earth Magic book, which gathers workings, interviews, photos, and more from the first ten years of Reclaiming’s youth camp, is now available! Proceeds benefit TEM.
Teen Earth Magic grew out of Reclaiming family camp organizing, and includes young people from Redwood Magic, Witchlets, and other camps.
The Teen Earth Magic Workbook – not for teens only! – focuses on empowerment, awareness, and action.
This unique and powerful tool, based on twelve years of rituals, classes, and grassroots activism at Reclaiming’s Teen Earth Magic camp, gathers 350 pages of Reclaiming-style magic plus 40 years of music and other resources – much of it free online.
Hundreds of ideas for teens, adults, teachers, and organizers – spellcrafting, divination, activism, pentacle magic, and much more.
Illustrated with dozens of photos from our California-based youth retreat, sibling camps Witchlets in the Woods and Redwood Magic Family Camp, and events such as the Spiral Dance and street activism, the book includes:
With a Foreword by Starhawk, whose Earth Activist Training courses helped inspire Teen Earth Magic.
Our 2019 camp – June 9-14 near Felton/Santa Cruz CA, still has room for a few more people.
Email us with questions – firstname.lastname@example.org
And don’t miss our new TEM Workbook – 12 years of magic!
We’ve created some playlists to accompany various rituals and workings in the Teen Earth Magic book.
You’ll also find links to all of our chants albums, plus meditations with Starhawk and more.
TEM Playlists – to accompany our new book, or anytime
Teen Earth Magic book – latest draft free online
You can cue up these lists (mainly youtube, some also on spotify) and have them ready as you do the ritual – perfect for singing along during solo or small-group rituals.
Or you can play them while you wash your cat, cook vegan lasagna, or procrastinate doing your homework!
Twenty-five people gathered June 10-15, 2018 for the eleventh annual Teen Earth Magic! Our theme was Mushrooms & Fungi – we’re ready to compost injustice!