Camp Culture

Welcome to Wild Maine Witch Camp.   Glad that you have found us! The following speaks to the culture we seek to create here at camp in hopes that it ripples out into our communities. We speak explicitly about our values here at camp so that we may create strong foundations of interwoven lived values.

We gather in Wabanaki territory, so called Maine.  We honor here that we are on unceded stolen land.

We gather to weave together in community and earth-based spiritual work. We work towards personal, collective and planetary healing.

We seek to create a space that works towards cultural shifting. We abide by a set of values that is explicitly anti-racist, queer and trans positive. A space where we tend to each other and learn from one another. We work towards justice of all forms: environmental, social, political,  racial, gender and sexuality, physical ability and disability, financial status and class. We hope to create containers that hold the complexities power, privilege and histories of oppression and trauma. And to honor all of the stories and lived experiences.

We seek to create an environment of curiosity, leaning into our growth edges and radical self care. While we tend to one another and look out for one another it is also a space of radical self care and self governance. Please seek out the support that you need as needs arise. We seek to create an ever growing and inclusive range of experiences and backgrounds. Camp is a co-created experience and we invite you to find your place within this web. The times we face cannot be faced alone.

Camp is a sober space. Please refrain from using substances.

We ask that no ritual be photographed or recorded.

We ask that no photos be taken anywhere else during camp without the permission of the people in the frame.