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Work With Us

At Mindful Earthkeeping, we believe in the power of collaborating and ongoing support. That is one of our core principles at Mindful Earthkeeper.

We Need Each Other to Rise.

Each of the Mindful Earthkeeper collaborators has a deep passion to usher in a new era of earth renewal through individual, community and business change. Working together we can create beautiful transformation for ourselves and our shared earth.

Our collaborators work together to lead workshops, retreats, classes, retreats and community projects across the United States.

Karen Wan founded the Mindful Earthkeeper in 2017 to integrate practices of mindfulness with strategic sustainability planning and graceful living she has been learning from decades of collaborations with clients, business, and communities.

Karen is the founder of the Mindful Earthkeeper. She has over 15 years of experiences managing and assisting with sustainability projects for business and communities. She is also a mindfulness instructor and runs the Earthkeepers Corner program every weekday, with a special green life mapping visualization every Friday morning. She also offers classes and retreats with other Mindful Earthkeeper collaborators every season.

Dr. Lisa Wipplinger uses her skills as a leader, teacher, engineer, and healer to co-create, anchor and activate paradigm-shifting regenerative communities, spiritual centers, sustainable ecological sanctuaries and education centers worldwide.

Lisa serves as the Executive Director of the National Water Center, based in Eureka Springs Arkansas. She currently resides in Seattle Washington where she works as a senior structural engineer and ecovillage consultant.

The Mindful Earthkeeper strives to be a beacon of hope by sharing practices of growing green through life mapping, deep learning and eco-village development.

Mindful Earthkeeper collaborators work on projects throughout the United States including sustainability initiatives in Arkansas, Illinois, New York, Washington state.

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