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2024 Registration Opens January 1

Welcome to SkyEarth:
A family outdoor skills gathering

SkyEarth is modeled after a family of gatherings like Rabbitstick (started 1988), Winter Count (started 1995) and EarthKnack (started 1995) that strives to reconnect people with old ways of making fire, tanning hides, forming metal, weaving baskets, hunting, gathering and many more outdoor primitive, bushcraft, survival, and homesteading skills.  Check out our Event Details page - button in header - for our gathering schedule (updated often as we schedule more instructors and classes).


See where the Sky and Earth meet in the great state of Texas! 

The gathering will take place not far from the town of Graham at Prairie Haven Texas, the family land of Scott Ezzell. Scott has been a participant and on the work trade crew of Winter Count and Rabbitstick for several  years and felt that it had changed his life. It seemed clear to him that offering his land for the event could help change other people's lives as well.


Scott has plans to reclaim the land in a way that will nurture and heal it following previous conventional land management practices. To regenerate his land he raises cattle and small ruminants using holistic management and permaculture design practices to restore the native landscape. 


Scott, a Lonesome Dove cowboy at heart, also keeps horses and teaches riding lessons and horsemanship on his property. His goal is to create a space where others can learn resilience, self-sufficiency, and to work with nature to thrive in this lifetime.

The generosity of Scott and his family is evident as they share this special land with SkyEarth guests each year.

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SkyEarth Gathering at

Prairie Haven Texas

SkyEarth will take place on a private, 120-acre property located approximately 90 minutes west of Fort Worth, outside the city of Graham, Texas. 

Groceries, fuel, restaurants, and Walmart shopping are a short drive into the town of Graham.


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