Teaching the essence of life
We've developed a series of programs focusing on self-sufficiency, simplicity and sustainable living. These valuable skills benefit the environment and foster self-confidence.
The backbone of our work is in the continual exploration of natural habitats. We've a number of programs that allow us to delve deeply into the world around us and appreciate the wonders therein.
Partnering with the Roycroft Campus
We'll harken back to the early 1900s and the herb gardens of the Roycroft community with the lecture "Garden Herbs for Food & Health" on Thursday evening, March 26th. Click below for details and registration.
Garden Lecture: We're honored to be part of Penn Dixie Paleontological and Outdoor Education Center's lecture series with our popular "Gardening for Wildlife and You" talk on April 2nd.. Click on the link below for full details.
Creating Wildlife Habitat: We've been invited by the Physics Department at ECC South to celebrate Earth Day with this presentation where we'll share the many ways in which anyone can help reduce the impact of habitat destruction on our wild friends. This April 23rd lunch-time program is free and open to the public. Click below for details.
Partnering with Wild Spirit
Our friends at Wild Spirit Education have invited us to conduct a 2-part program this Spring on "Wild Foraging and Prep" where we'll introduce folks to identifying, ethically harvesting and preparing wild plants for food and health. We'll spend two consecutive Saturday mornings sharing these concepts, one in the field and the other "in the kitchen." Click below for complete information.
Mycelium, the massive network of fibers that make up the underground structures of fungi, long ago beat humans with the invention of the internet. Click below to learn how these intricate and delicate structures connect the plant world nutritionally, communicatively and "behaviorally"!