Agnes Baker Pilgrim (1924-2019)

To learn about Grandma Aggie’s life’s work and new projects honoring her legacy,



Dear Friends of Grandma Aggie,

On Wednesday, November 27, 2019 our precious ally and grandmother, Agnes Baker Pilgrim, suffered complications following heart surgery. With family at her side, she transitioned to her next journey. Now her brilliance shines from the “star nation” that she often spoke of.

Beyond our days of holy grief, Grandma Aggie’s inspirational ways will continue to feed our thoughts and deeds. We are so fortunate to have our memories of this truly exceptional human being. We will never forget her passionate love for all beings on Earth and the wisdom she shared so generously.

In-depth obituaries were published on the front pages of the Medford Mail Tribune and Grants Pass Courier. And a lengthy Associated Press piece appeared in the New York Times and Washington Post! [Click the first blue button]

Grandma Aggie left a remarkable legacy of teachings for us.  I think you’ll enjoy these two short videos, filmed by Ralph Bowman at the Takelma pit house next to the Kerbyville Museum and by Rory Finney at Ti’lomikh Falls on the Rogue River.

To contact the family, mail to daughter Nadine Martin at 1036 SW K St., Grants Pass, Oregon, 97526.

All the best,

Julie Norman, Secretary, Agnes Pilgrim Legacy Fund

Reflecting at river rocks

Reflecting at river rocks

2018 Event Archives

David Abram

Cultural Ecologist, Geophilosopher, and Author of

Becoming Animal: An Earthly Cosmology

and The Spell of the Sensuous

gave two presentations in the Klamath-Siskiyou:

Lecture on June 13, 2018

Workshop/Retreat on June 14-17, 2018


His lecture and workshop helped us experience and appreciate the reality
between the Human Animal
and the Animate Earth…
by listening to the speech of things.