Workshops and Classes

Wildwood Path staff & affiliates host workshops and classes that are open to the public throughout the year. Please see our calendar to see if we have anything coming up, or reach out to us if you would like to request a specific class!

Community Gatherings and Events

Part of what makes The Wildwood Path special is that we are nested within many community systems. Community gatherings and celebrations are a way to honor what we are learning and practicing and to share with our families and friends. These are often hosted to share skills, celebrate the seasons, or share our cultures. We ask that our inclusive relationship protocols be followed and an offering towards the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion fund be taken at these gatherings. Let us know if you would like to host one!

Private Classes

Our staff is available to teach private classes to individuals, groups, or families in any of our areas of expertise (wilderness survival, herbalism, many handcrafts, wildlife tracking, bird language, hide tanning and processing animals, plant and tree id, nature games for all ages, earth-based singing, wild food harvest and preparation, archery, axe and knife skills, earth-based painting & dyeing, canoeing, knots and lashings, natural first aid, fire skills, pottery, cordage, and more). Get in touch for rates and to schedule an exploratory phone call to plan your dream day!

Consulting and Training

We are passionate about nature connection as an avenue towards social transformation, and have seen the impacts of bringing nature-based leadership training into schools, churches, businesses, organizations and communities. If your group could use resourcing about how to step to the next level of practice and impact through nature connection & cultural regeneration, please reach out to us. Our past work has included offering trainings in the skills and practices of nature connection as well as in the concurrent exploration of the concepts of reciprocity, diversity, and development as ways to growth our social systems through learning from the natural world in your unique context.

One-on-One Mentoring and Resourcing

Many people find that regular one-on-one support is necessary in order for them to make the kind of growth that they long for in their natural and cultural regeneration journey– especially in the face of the vast numbness of society at large. If regular one-on-one connections by phone, video, or in person would be of use to you, you can work with one of our staff to design a schedule that would be of service to your unique goals and needs.

Trevanna Frost Littlefield Grenfell – Growing leadership capabilities through honing our reciprocal connections with land and people. Wilderness and naturalist skills as an avenue for social change and transformation. Resourcing for programmatic and personal development.
Kyla Hershey-Wilson – Health and Wellness through balancing nature and culture with specific physical and emotional supports. Herbalism and health coaching.
Moriah Helms – Radical Life Coaching through nature connected healing work.
Caitlin Horigan – Guiding Forest Therapy and Wild Mind programming, facilitating The Work that Reconnects, mentoring youth in Self Directed Learning and Nature Connection.
Whit Anicelli – Massage and Somatic Healing.
Joy Gary – Permaculture Design and urban nature connection strategizing.
Rachel Marco-Havens – Communication leader and community engagement facilitator for radical social change organizing.

Contact us if you would like to set up a session with any of these remarkable folks.


Ceremonial Co-Creation

In this day and age, many people long for meaningful ceremony to mark the important transitions in their lives. The Wildwood Path staff and affiliates have found that it can be useful for families and communities who are navigating the process of developing honoring ceremonies to receive resourcing and support from an experienced facilitator who can help to frame and guide the community process towards effective learning, integration, and celebration. Let us know if this could be of service to you and we can help you design the next steps on your journey.


The Wildwood Path loves to collaborate! Please get in touch if you would like to host, co-host, co-design, or hire us for a project, workshop, training, or any creative way to partner for the support of nature connection in every corner of our world!

Some of our annual collaborations and events at which you can be sure to find our staff include:

  • New England Bird Language Intensive
  • Vermont Art of Mentoring
  • Northeast Wildlife Trackers Conference
  • MOFGA’s Farm and Homestead Day and Common Ground Fair
  • Wild Maine Witch Camp
  • Healing the Wounds of Turtle Island Ceremony
  • Maine Herbalist Gathering
  • Nature Connection Leadership Conference
  • And More!