Blossoming Resistance's apothecary finds it home at Finca Luna Búho.
Finca Luna Búho is a collaborative land project, majority BIPOC-led, centering and holding the voices and decision making of those living in marginalization and at the intersections of these lived experiences. We are on unceded Mohican land in the so called northern Berkshires. In 2007 we began this land project collective to create a rural place of refuge, education and intimacy-with-land that centers immigrant, BIPOC, queer, poor, adoptee and disabled communities. We offer space for meetings, classes, justice organizing, healing, farming and mutual/intimate land and nature connection. The intention of Finca Luna Búho is to be a place where people can seek safety and inspiration, creatively grow and collaborate for community resilience and restoration.
We ask that people be conscious about the privileges we bring to the space. Safe space for BIPOC, GNC/Queer/Trans people, fat people, people with disabilities & people of all ages.
*Notes on accessibility: Artificial scent free. At this time there is one step into the barn, and two steps to the house. We are actively seeking funding to be able to make the house, bathroom & barn more physically accessible. <fingers crossed for that donor!> The terrain is mixed flat grassy areas with some hills.
*QTBIPOC, we can offer the free physical space for knowledge shares/workshops that are QTBIPOC centered, please be in touch if you are interested.