Namibia Eco & Cultural Retreat 2024
Come join this FREE information session on our upcoming
2024 Eco-Cultural Retreats to Namibia!
Excited to be partnering with Palandjila Tours & Safaris to offer you a chance of a lifetime to travel to Namibia in joy, connection and unique forays with local community members. This isn't your typical safari (although we will see plenty of wildlife!). This is a chance to create deep connections to Namibian friends while learning, exploring, and collaborating together within our eco villages. Ready for the journey? Sign up below for our FREE info session on
February 11, 2024 @ 12pm EST
Can't make it? No worries, the session will be recorded and you can feel free to email me with any questions.
loveren collections was born out of my need and longing to reconnect with the land, culture, and ultimately, myself.
What is it like to live a life of remembrance? Remembering the deep and intimate connection to the earth, the stories told to heal, rituals to connect and people to nourish...how did I forget and how can we reconnect?...
Come join me on this journey to take care of ourselves physically, mentally, and emotionally by reconnecting to the land through the exploration of everyday forage. This site is dedicated to educate, inspire, and instill healthy lifestyle interactions for all, including respecting Mother Earth.
Nina Lawrin lives and works on Anishinaabe, Potawatomi, Odawa, Ojibwe, Illinois, Kickapoo, & Miami territory (Michigan and Chicago) with her second home in Namibia and occasional travel back to ancestral lands of western Ukraine and Germany.
Nina is an ethnobotanist (MSc University of Kent 2021), artist, urban forager, certified permaculture designer, and a world traveler...aka intentional nomad :)
Nina co-founded the Permaculture Chicago Teaching Institute in 2019 and is a Fulbright alumna and alumni ambassador to Namibia. She has worked alongside numerous permaculture sites including Eloolo Permaculture Initiative and Damaraland Farming Cooperative, cultivating their “waste streams” to share and create nontoxic, research-driven, site-specific artwork. She started her foraging journey learning from the San community in Namibia and Botswana in 2016.