Thea Maria Carlson

California, United States of America

Thea Maria Carlson is a land tender, facilitator, educator, community weaver, speaker, writer and co-creator. She works at the intersections of land and community.

She works in the Wildfire Resilience Program at Santa Rosa Junior College, co-leading hands-on student internships in ecological restoration, forestry, and prescribed burning. Including teaching Fire Resilient Landscaping. Thea also supports the Tribal EcoRestoration Alliance and Lake County Prescribed Burn Association. This is done through community outreach and planning for prescribed and cultural burning. Besides this, she is a current Fire Forward Fellow working toward California Prescribed Burn Boss Certification.

Thea is part of co-creating and facilitating spaces for leaders to build trust and create community to address ecological crises and social inequity through the leadership circle of Celebrating Womxn’s Leadership in Food

Thea lives and tends land at Monan’s Rill, an intergenerational consensus-based intentional community in the Mayacamas Mountains of California, within the ancestral territory of the indigenous Wappo people.

Join Thea’s Earthed course on Biodynamic Farming.

Thea Maria Carlson


Tending land and weaving community to create health, vitality, and joyful connection.

Area of Expertise

Land care, ecological restoration, good fire, biodynamics

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