Do you dig roots like Lenore Anderson does? BE SURE TO REGISTER FOR THE NOVEMBER WILD EDIBLES & MEDICINALS WORKSHOP to learn all about ROOTS! Enjoy a root harvest medicine walk. Lenore will teach you how to identify medicinal plants, and practice ethical harvesting and processing medicinal roots & barks into teas, tinctures and syrups.
Coldwell Banker created a video to show prospective home buyers some activities in Western MA…and the filming crew visited one of our Homeschool Programs in Spring of 2019. Would you or your kids like to learn a little more about wilderness surviaval? Would you like to just get your kids off their phones and outside […]
We’re so excited to share this article that was recently in the Daily Hampshire Gazette! We offer thanks to Carol and Greta for coming out and capturing the magic of what we do (which we do in ALL our Programs–Summer Camps, Homeschool, Weekends of Workshops)! Youngsters learn outdoors skills in the Conway wilderness […]
At the recent annual Wilderness Extravaganza! –our September Weekend of Wilderness Skills Workshops–a long-time supporter of Earthwork Programs’ vision, T.J. Loughlin videotaped the Workshops. And then created this amazing, fantastic, beautiful video! Thank you so much T.J.! It really shows the excitement of learning that happens at our Workshops!
On November 11, 2013, Frank Grindrod made his first primetime appearance! Here’s the segment from Chronicle, Main Streets episode (you can scroll in about 2:49 minutes to see Frank’s portion about wild edibles; or you can watch the whole segment to see some of our community). Wild Edibles with Frank Grindrod of Wilderness Survival Training […]
Let’s Get NUTS!! There are all kinds of fall events. In addition to going for a hike and seeing the foliage, how about harvesting some nuts to prepare and eat? There’s an amazing tree in the forest right here around us that will help us develop a stronger connection to the natural world. This is […]
LEARNING FROM THE PAST AND PRESENT There are many different plants that offer potential foods for us to experience. Our ancestors all over the world remind us to share a deep relationship with plants and the importance of a sacred balance. There are cultural tracks left behind for us to follow and learn this deep […]
This year I started to notice the oaks producing nuts and them dropping in late august. Now coming onto the end of October I am noticing hardly ANY acorns dropping. There have been only a few individual trees where I have seen a good crop. Last year we were swimming in acorns.It was a mast […]