This winter, we will be continuing to work with the Woodlanders to restore the forest ecosystem at Saint Paul's Forest and preparing the land for spring plantings of even more forest foods like aronia berries and oyster mushrooms.
In November we're planting ginseng. goldenseal and ramps - do you want to help? Email us at email@example.com
Keep exploring Ohio's forests of food with our friends at Agraria. Learn more at agrariacenter.org.
When you sign up for 4 classes, your receipt will just show the date for the first session - September 17, 10 AM. As long as you sign up for the option labeled "Full Session (4 Classes)" and you pay either full tuition or use the scholarship option we will know you have signed up for 4 classes.
Our work is a labor of love. We do not want money to be a barrier for anyone. If you scroll to the bottom of our registration page, you will find information about our Connect to Nature Scholarship which provides a 60% tuition reduction and is available for those who are unable to help us cover the full cost of programs. Please contact us if you need additional tuition options.
YES! Elder Tree is founded upon the fact that time nature enables us to cultivate health and wholeness, especially within the realm of behavioral and cognitive health. If your child has developmental differences you are especially welcome. We want to walk with you.
We listened to your songs, bird calls, follow the swallow story, and [my son] drew a swallow since we do not have printer Set up. Later today we will go outside for nature nugget hunt and maybe to gather materials to put on top of swallow—although [my son] may not want to cover up his drawing. Thanks for working so hard on lesson development. Very helpful for homeschooling. Your songs sound amazing online!!
Thank you! Although we missed the meetup yesterday you inspired us to take a lovely walk — enjoying time and nature in our greenbelt. The girls had such an awesome time! Swinging on someone’s homemade tree swing, picking purple flowers (and making bouquets for mommy), running up and down hills, finding rolly pollies, examining rocks, playing with sticks, and picking and enjoying sweet grass. Thank you so much for the inspiration. You are a blessing.
Thank you so much for all that you’re doing for our kids. These crafts you and your team are putting together are amazing. And the links you’ve provided are so helpful. Thank you!
Thank you for an awesome class, today! The girls wanted you to see their (edible) sedimentary rock models. So much fun making them, and we learned a lot this week.