Käsi is a resource for families
Located in the forest of Northern Michigan and run by a family of four, we bring our favorite seasonal projects and resources for living intentionally with children to you. We have been homeschooling our daughters in the Waldorf tradition for the past nine years, and here we share some of our favorite home and school resources including PDF’s, lesson blocks, garden projects, handwork instructions, book lists, traditional songs lists, seasonal recipes, meal planning guides, seasonal festival planners, and more.
More than a surface level “how-to,” this membership provides inspiration for connectedness to the seasons, creating a nourishing and peaceful environment in the home and body, and help to simplify living intentionally with children.
What is the Käsi Membership?
Käsi is brought to you by a Quaker Family living simply in the woods with a passion for homeschooling and large scale biodynamic gardening. Adam and Erika will be the main contributors, but as the year unfolds we are excited to present lessons from talented members of our circle. Erika is an herbalist, baker, home teacher, and student of anthroposophy for the past ten years. Adam has his background as a professor of studio art and has a love for fermentation, and handcrafting for the home. Our daughters contribute the content as well with music, handwork, poetry lessons and more.
For $12 a month you have full access to all content- lesson plans, seasonal projects, guide books, recipes, etc. which continues to grow each season and you can always return to previous season's posts again and again!
We share this work because we are passionate about helping families live meaningfully with children. Thank you for your support! We are so grateful to welcome you to our community.
CONNECTION through RHYTHM
Meet the Käsi Family
What members are saying...
"Erika's teachings have brought a new level of balance and connection to my household- this membership is truly priceless."
- Alyssa Lytle
"This is such a beautiful seasonal offering. Erika and her family have put something together here that is very special and invites you into their way of being & life on the farm. It is full of so many resources, ideas and wholesome goodness! My favourites are the craft activities, book lists for each season and recipes but there is so much more provided in this subscription. Just looking at it feels like a nourishing and nurturing experience. It's so beautifully put together. There are videos to support some of the activities too and the content does not feel overwhelming. I am very grateful to have discovered Kasi Farm."
- Emmy Brown