Kiah has been working with grassroots community and plants for the past decade. They moved to California in 2018 from Naarm (Wurundjeri Indigenous word for Melbourne, Australia) to complete their graduate degree in Anthropology and Social Change. Through their time working within transformative spaces, Kiah has organized festivals and events, led workshops, and facilitated rituals and ceremonies – all through the lens of collective and personal liberation.
Since 2017, Kiah has been developing a particularly close relationship with California native plants. They have been working on land regeneration projects and home gardens all across the East Bay. Currently, they are apprenticing at Alembique- a local apothecary in Berkeley. In Kiah's time there, they have been learning and participating in plant medicine making in order to deepen their knowledge and abilities in botanical magic.
Kiah’s unique experience and education offers a paradigm for personal transformation which is critical, structural, political, social, and spiritual. Through this lens, we may recognize humans' interdependence with the natural world. If we are in fact interdependent, then our individual healing is synonymous with all life - plant and human alike.
Mercury has been Kiah's companion since 2014. Since then, he has been involved in many community and plant-based projects.
Mercury's energetic sensitivity and emotional awareness bring a kind of presence to spaces. His gifts of play and protection evoke safety and joy in many.
Mercury acts as a teacher for humans to learn the depths of love and relationship through difference.
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Liminal Grounds practices on the lands of the Chochenyo speaking Ohlone peoples of Turtle Island. This land was and continues to be Indigenous land.
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