The Language of Nature/Healing Plants Walk
Our ancestors listened and learned the language of nature. They understood the meaning of signs left by wildlife; the wealth shared by the forest and the steady change of the seasons. I believe we all carry their memories in our bodies and that time spent exploring and observing nature can help us understand not only to forests and wildlife; but our history as well.
Please Join to Explore the Language of Nature/Healing Plants
Have you wondered about the trees and plants you see on a walk through the woods: what lives there, what the history of the land has been and how it is changing even as we come to understand it. Take a walk and learn about the trees, plants and animals that are lifelong residents of a local forest. We’ll explore their local neighborhoods, learn their stories, improve our powers of observation and enjoy the beauty of the day.
Walks are held rain or shine.
Length: 3 hours, clear skies to moderate rain.
Time: Daily--mid morning or early afternoon.
Locations: Walks can be scheduled at Sebago Lake Land Reserve in Standish, Clifford Park in Biddeford, Two Lights or Crescent Beach State Parks in Cape Elizabeth, Gilsland Farm Audubon Center in Falmouth or Bradbury Mountain State Park in Pownal (near Freeport). Other locations are possible provided permission to lead a walk on the property is granted by the land owner. This is often possible on state and town parks and lands. Properties that are privately held or owned by nonprofit organizations are also possible on a case by case basis.
$55 per person up to 3 hour walk two participants'
$40 per person up to 3 hour walk, three to six participants,
$35 per person up to 3 hour walk, minimum of eight participants.
Half day and full day flat rates provided upon request. These are generally used when the cost of the walk is paid for by an organization and individuals participate at no cost.
Next Step: Click on the button below to fill out a form and we'll schedule a walk.