Arcoora is a not for profit community organisation for training, support and action in village-mindedness, bioregional resilience and ecological regeneration.
We listen to nature and show respect for the ancestors of this place - past, present and emerging, by stewarding the former Vajradhara Gonpa and surrounding wilderness according to ecological principles and values.
Arcoora applies best practices in holistic land management and small scale agriculture, transforming the former Vajradhara Gonpa and surrounding land and forest as a training ground for Earth Arts and Village-mindedness. Historically the site has long been identified as a wisdom school and sanctuary for cultural initiations.
The spirit work that has taken place here resounds.
To restore and breathe new life into the former Vajradhara Gonpa and grounds;
To gather traces and stories of this place so that we may cherish and learn from that which came before us;
To tend to the grounds, regenerating the surrounding wilderness according to best practices in land management and small scale agriculture;
To host and offer immersive experiences for training, support and action in village-mindedness, bioregional resilience and ecological regeneration.
To apply and share a variety of land management and small-scale agriculture practices for research and educational purposes;
To collaborate and participate, locally, bioregionally and globally, with other similarly intentioned and aligned organisations and initiatives.
To celebrate, share and record our work through multi-disciplinary arts initiatives.