Welcome to Blue Heron Nature Skills Plant Walks!

And welcome to my virtual forest.  Please join me for a "stroll" through this group description.....

The purpose of these wild edible walks is to bring awareness to the healing and magic in this region, that might otherwise be overlooked... bypassed altogether.  But healing and magic are right here at our fingertips and feet!

Swallowtail butterflies puddling at Ohiopyle State Park

It is my hope to reintroduce these nutritional & spiritual connections to the public.  I intend to share the wisdom in this sacred land to all who wish to rekindle their spirit, or learn how to survive safely in the outdoors, if needed.  By regaining this innate knowledge, we naturally tap into the vibrations of the very earth that we came from.  Much healing can occur, once we open up to this energy.  Healing of all kinds, limitless.

 A moss forest at Boyce-Mayview Park

A moss forest at Boyce-Mayview Park

 

It is my sincere wish to open the eyes of others who may have forgotten (or who feel disconnected from nature) just how fortunate we are to be living in this part of the country.  We have a very diverse ecosystem all around us, if we would only slow down to notice.  We need not become invasive and destructive in order to survive and evolve.  We must educate ourselves to become as harmonious with our environment as possible.  We will not regret it, and the Earth will always respond.

 Orion and the Full Moon, captured on my camera

Orion and the Full Moon, captured on my camera

 

Should you choose to join me, I will share with you the secret lives of the woodland flora and fauna; the dance between the Sun, Moon, Planets, and Stars;  the laugh of the waters; and the incredible, infinite love of what the Native Americans refer to as the Great Spirit.  The classes that I offer are geared not only toward discovering the local plantlife of the area, but connecting with it, honoring it, and working symbiotically with the environment, for optimal healing within ourselves and within the ecosystem so many of us call Home.