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The History of Sacred Earth Arts

11 / 11 / 00

 "The more deeply we connect with the plants, the more we understand and find our place in the natural world"

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Our Mission

Sacred Earth Arts is committed to honoring the Sacred Self through

holistic living and connection to Mother Earth. 

We offer educational programs for those seeking a natural, self-creative path.

Sacred Earth Arts started as a store in the West Plaza neighborhood in 2000. We sold Tibetan imports, herbs and Regina's art. We also had small classes and a Reiki/Massage room. 

In 2001 we moved to 39th St, in Kansas City. We had a large space for classes, events and an artist co-op.


In 2005, we transitioned to holding classes and events at our 40 acre Dogwood Forest. 

Dogwood Forest

Dogwood Forest is located in the Quindaro Bluffs at the edge of Kansas City,  because of its close proximity to the river is host to diverse native species of plants and animals.

There are a number of different ecosystems on the property from a boggy pond and moist woods to native Kansas prairie.

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