Toadstool Walks is in the Globe!
As I was shoveling heavy slushy snow this week it was hard to remember that I was just recently lying on the forest floor under some Norway Spruce trees watching red talked hawk sour above.
I guided my first Forest Bathing Walk of the season this past Saturday at The Arnold Arboretum. We had a lovely group of folks gather on a post stormy morning after the nor'easter that rolled thru the day before. The creaks were swollen, the wind was present, and we opened our senses under the canopy of conifers from around the world.
My next walk will be at the Arnold Arboretum on
Thursday, April 5th & Saturday, April 7th and spots are already filling up.
Info & Registration links below.
In April I will also be guiding some walks at Moose Hill in Sharon,
Massachusetts Audubon’s oldest wildlife sanctuary..
In June I will be guiding some Forest Bathing at Olmsted Park with the Emerald Necklace Conservancy.
Keep an eye out for these upcoming walks as well as other plans in the works.
If you are interested in having Toadstool Walks come out and guide a Forest Bathing Walk for your group, school, organization, friends or family, please get in touch.