Connection in the Time of COVID19

With all the confusion and contention spreading in our communities right alongside this new virus who has us all on our toes, The Wildwood Path has been listening, learning, and adapting with every passing week—all with the aim of evolving our offerings so that respect and relationship with nature and one another can grow and thrive in our communities right along with confusion and contention— we think we need that respect and relationship even more in the time of COVID19! … Read More

Nature Connection Skills for Black Lives

  All kinds of folks (and a rainbow of colors!) are rising up around the world right now to put their livelihoods and lives on the line for justice, healing, and liberation for Black lives, and we as a nature school are SO grateful to be part of this work. We know that by following Black leadership, attending to Black safety, and addressing the rampant injustice and ongoing harm that Black folks experience every day, we are contributing to growing … Read More

Ramps Done Right

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 “no”—and ultimately, it comes down to each individual harvester and consumer of this fragile Spring ephemeral. HOW we harvest and … Read More