Olympic Mountain Earthwisdom Circle, OMEC is beyond excited to announce their first land project on the Juan de Fuca Straits of the Olympic Peninsula.
It's been a long-time dream and it's finally come true. OMEC has entered into partnership with Coastsavers.org whose fiscal agent is the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation. With this relationship; OMEC has officially adopted beautiful Pillar Point Beach to help keep the beautiful Olympic Peninsula coastline pristine.
It is a spot where folks frequent to harvest clams but it is so much more than that. Visiting the beach allows opportunity to sit on large ancient drift wood as you watch the local eagles and other wildlife go about their day in their natural habitat.
Join Lori & Vic as they lead a group several times a year to physically clean the beach, then offer a simple ceremony or land & water blessing afterwards.
When you do, you will notice that the experience offers something refreshing and new. You may gaze through the mist to catch a glimpse of mountains on the other side of the strait or walk the mud flats when the tide is out spotting tiny crabs scurrying between crevasses of tidal rocks on a crisp sunny morning.
This project is a beautiful way to tangibly give back to the land and waters, and help build our community in the Pacific Northwest.
Somehow this place changes us; it's a true energetic hot spot that connects us to the marine life, the land and the waters in a very powerful and moving way. As we help keep Pillar Point's coastline gleaming for all inhabitants, we connect to the heart of the land and the waters in a deep and profound way.
Whether you live locally or from out of town; join a coastal clean-up day or simply stop and bask in the beauty and power of it.
Our official 2019 Coastal Clean-up days ended on Saturday Sept 21st. But we invite you to join us for one or all of our official Coastal Clean-Up Days for 2020.
April 18, 2020
July 25, 2020
Sept 19, 2020
We will have plastic bags and plastic gloves as well as paper & pen to write down what you find for research purposes.
Please bring anything you need. You may want to consider wearing good shoes for muddy and rocky conditions and long sleeves & hat for protection. Bring your own water bottle & lunch.
After we clean, we will break for lunch in community and then offer a simple land and water ceremony or blessing.
Please visit our website at https://www.eomec.org/pillar-point
And for directions or other local information please visit coastsavers.org
You can also contact Lori Ferry' at Reiki4lifenow@gmail.com with any questions or to chip in.
For the EARTH ~
I can't wait to see you there
From my heart to your heart