Carleton College Grove
Welcome to our grove's online presence. From an illustrious history we maintain a quiet presence on campus. We sing folk songs, walk in the forest, and make secret hiding places for ourselves.
- Who are the Druids?
A guide for new students.
- A Druid Geography of Carleton College
Did you know that many locations in the Arboretum were built or named by Druids?
- Recent Archdruids and Archdruidesses at Carleton
Our illustrious past.
The Reformed Druid World
The Carleton Druids are responsible for introducing the Waters of Life into nature ceremonies around the world. From the humorous rebellion of our founders in 1963 was birthed a thousand groves of experimentation, exploration, and merrymaking.
- Mike's Unofficial Reformed Druid Homepage
Want to learn more about the Druids and how to start a grove? Check out Mike's website first.
- ReformedDruids on Twitter
The Carleton Grove posts news from the Druid world here.
- Reformed Druids in the Media
- How are American Druids different from British Druids?
- A Reformed Druid Anthology
- International Druid Archives
Carleton Grove Rules
The Carleton grove has some longstanding traditions, which interested students should probably get to know:
- The RDNA is open to people of all religions.
- All public Druid events are drug and alcohol-free. Initiations are not held in public.
- Electronic devices may not be used during Arboretum events.
The Carleton Grove and our sister organizations
All Reformed Druid groves are independent and equal to us. We have no authority over our fellow druids. Our responsibilities are to execute the will of the Council of Dalon Ap Landu, which has not met since 1971, and to maintain the Druid Archives for future generations.
- If you were hoping to associate with the RDNA directly, go ahead and get outside, and send Mike an e-mail if you want to get in touch! You don't have to live in North America to become part of our circle of friends.
- One attempt at international Druid fellowship in the RDNA spirit is reformed-druids.org
- If you're looking for a more organized Druid tradition try adf.org or keltria.org