Wild Wooly Workshop!

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Join the Wildwood Path and wool maven Nikos Kavanya for a weekend of campfires, fresh air, and using our hands and wild materials to take wool from fresh-off-the-sheep to naturally felted, spun, and dyed! We love learning skills from start to finish in the old ways of our ancestors, so we’re looking forward to gathering on a special piece of … Read More

Ramps Done Right

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Ramps, Ramps, Ramps! The elegant two-leafed Wild Leek, or “Ramp” (Allium tricoccum), is a beloved Spring wild edible across this country, and the growing popularity of this delicious plant is a happy sign of the regeneration of our connections to the wild as a society at large. But is this Rampage good for the Ramps? Some say “yes”, some say … Read More

Why The Wildwood Path?

In a world where rivers run orange with toxic waste and many of us walk the streets under threat of violence, why spend time and money learning how to light fires and walk silently in the forest? Why devote nine weekends to stepping outside of time and delving deeply into nature? Why The Wildwood Path? In a world where most … Read More

Medicinal Plants for Women’s Health

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A hands-on evening workshop for women and a chance to learn more about The Wildwood Path! If you’re curious about what wild edible and medicinal plants are available in August to support women’s health, and if you’re curious about The Wildwood Path, join us on Thursday, August 13th from 5:30 – 8:30pm at Paridae Grove! We’ll gather in circle and identify and … Read More