Monan's Rill


People and Organizations we think you should know about.

  • Fellowship for Intentional Community – This is an organization of intentional communities from all over the world.
  • Rites of Passage – Rites of Passage is a non-profit organization whose mission is to reintroduce meaningful rites of passage for people of the modern world, so that they may be able to mark and celebrate important life transitions with courage, strength and wisdom. For over 35 years we have guided adults and youth from a wide variety of backgrounds, occupations and countries on Vision Quests, retreats, and training programs.Our work is both educational and experiential. We offer a range of modern and ancient tools to participants, with a focus on learning about oneself and one’s gifts in the context of the natural world. This work resonates with people in diverse life situations: young people entering adulthood, adults seeking meaning and wholeness, and anyone longing for a deeper sense of purpose in their personal or professional lives. – Mike
  • Heirloom Technologies, a project of Rites of Passage, shares Rural know-how, expresses Reverence for the natural world, and builds Relationships. Most of our classes held at Monan’s Rill.
  • Still Life, Turning Planet One of members writes this blog.
  • Early Learning Institute – ELI provides services, education and support to children from birth to pre-kindergarten and their families in Sonoma County. I work in the Early Intervention program visiting the families of babies who have some developmental delay and helping them progress towards gaining age level skills in all areas. I love my agency, my job, and the families I serve, who are all Spanish speakers. – Megan.
  • European-American Collaborative Challenging Whiteness – The European-American Collaborative Challenging Whiteness (ECCW) engages in research and learning about White Supremacist Consciousness and White identity to develop our understanding about what it means to be a member of the dominating group in society and to translate our growing understanding and expanded awareness into new behavior and action for social change
  • Consensus Classrooom – This is a non-profit organization that supports the idea of using consensus decision making in classrooms. Posted at this site is a full copy of Linda’s book: Consensus In The Classroom.
  • Ollie We had some folks come to visit us who wrote a bit about us in their blog.