Plant’s EnChant Narrative
1) Loud instrumentation and voice expressions soften and cease after 12 midnight. Minimize talking close to camping areas after 10 pm. There will be a quiet hour from 6 – 8 am; please speak in whispers, or not at all, during this time
2) For informational and artistic purposes, elements of this event maybe recorded, video-taped, or photographed. All attendees agree to this. Likewise, all people doing recordings are asked to act respectfully, and with no sense of entitlement, as such privileges can be taken away.
3) Expressions of nudity are not necessarily equated with a loosening of sexual boundaries. Be conscious with regards to consent. Please help people feel safe with their personal boundaries.
4) This event is NOT a place to use profanity and engage in abusive language.
5) For those who wish to smoke (anything), please do so ONLY in the smoking temples ~ not the community commons, personal camping areas, or the parking lot.
6) No pets. ADA qualified service animals assisting an attendee and registered with their ticket order are welcome.
7) Please wash your hands before eating.
8) If you are told by ‘peace tenders’ or administrators of this event to desist from actions that are considered to be disturbing the peace, you agree to do so
9) If for any reason you are asked by ‘peace tenders’ or administrators of this event to leave the premises, you agree to do so.
How do I Become a Presenter?
The Plants EnChant presenters must be thoroughly aware of our culture and be in communication with the gathering’s founders. Please visit this page to find out more.
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Logistics, Ticketing and Work-Trade
How do I Become a Work-Trader?
Work-traders are vital to Plants EnChant, and we’re always looking for mroe people. All information regarding signup, fees, positions, scheduling, and more can be found on this page.
What Should I Bring?
Please bring your photo ID to the en-trance so we can verify your spot on the list. Besides that, we ask that you bring is your willingness to offer cooperative energies to keep things flowing well. To keep the gathering affordable to all who wish to attend, we ask everybody to volunteer to assist, to the extent you are able, 2 – 4 hrs in the smooth running of the event. Tasks include registration, food receiving, preparation, circle recording, children’s activities, washing pots and pans, potty perusal, cleaning up, running errands, etc. There will be a volunteer coordinator(s) to assist with this.
This is a living-on-the-land thing, so come prepared with tent, bedding, flashlights, water bottle, warm clothes, etc. If you have an RV, or a car camping situation, that can happen in the parking areas, which are grassy fields bordering forest. Arrive on the earlier side to ensure a good camping spot.
There will be some access to electricity near the dining area. Potable water is available as well, though always good to bring your own.
If you have a recording device, bring for yourself, or we could possibly use it as an additional resource for recording circles.
If you have things to sell or trade, bring them for the afternoon marketplace on Monday.
Will My Cellphone Work?
Sometimes… cell phones work in the canyon. Reception is good on the road leading into the site
How Do I Buy a Ticket?
You can buy tickets on our ticketing page. We use TicketSpice as our ticketing agent. They accept all major Credit and Debit cards. Unfortunately, we don’t accept PayPal or crypto-currencies. If you run into any problems during the purchasing process, give us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via our contact page
Though all meals are included as part of the ticket price, we intend that the larger community contributes to them in various ways, either thru volunteering in the kitchen, or bringing various food items. Kitchen staff will be on hand to prepare donated food items.
Bring what fruits and vegetables you can to feed the Family! Everything will be vegetarian, soy-free, and as organic as possible. Please keep donations within these guidelines. Granolas, chips, nuts, and such are also good to bring.
Bring your own plates, cups, and silverware and keep them for the duration. We’ll have a dishwashing station set up.
There will be a tea kitchen, and donations of herbs and herbal blends, teas, chais, coffees, etc. are appreciated.
No pets, emotional support or comfort animals allowed on site. We have had a specific request from the land owners for no dogs. ADA qualified service animals registered with ticket orders are welcome.
We endeavor to have the public spaces (commons) be smoke free. We ask you smoke in the smoking temples only, not the parking lot, community commons, or the camping spaces.
Showering and Bathing
Not much at this site! Though there is a small creek, the place to go to swim is a large spring fed pond at the upper end of the site. There will be a rinsing station (hose shower) as well.