Aria feels so grateful to have grown up wandering the Oak Woodlands of rural Sonoma Valley, the Valley of the Moon. She has an innate, deep love of young people and the land she is from which has guided her in her nature connection work for the past twelve years. As a…

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Oona is an Earth tender, craftswomxn, student of healing arts, and youth educator. Her work and study has been centered around the ways that growing, sharing, and eating food together can facilitate deep healing for our communities, human and nonhuman. Oona has worked as a farm manager and food justice…

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Sabrina was born and raised on unceded Coast Miwok land, just north of the Golden Gate bridge, surrounded by trails through nature and the waters of the Bay. As a child she fantasized about life with faeries in the woods and living breathing underwater with our friends of the sea.…

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Larissa is a ceremonialist, healing arts practitioner, meditation facilitator, and womxn of prayer. She was born and raised in occupied Cahuilla territory (Riverside, CA).

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Chiara grew up in Oakland, occupied territory of the Chocenyo Ohlone people, and has so much love for the East bay hills and their plants and wildlife. She deepened her connection to nature and learned valuable practices of awareness as a participant of the Weaving Earth Immersion program from 2013-2016.

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Maya is a teacher, naturalist, grassroots organizer and lover of the wild. Maya lives her life seeking to heighten her awareness of the natural world and finding her place within her ecosystem.

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Kelsie is a warm, creative guide with passion for song, story, and deep nature connection. She grew up on a farm in the San Joaquin River Delta, climbing trees, catching frogs, and tending to sheep and goat babes.

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Martha is a nature guide, forager, herbal-medicine and natural dye hobbyist, regenerative garden educator, wilderness trip leader, and certified California Naturalist.

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Launa was born and mostly raised on occupied Awaswas Ohlone land in Santa Cruz, CA. She spent her childhood freely roaming the redwood forests and creeks behind her parent’s home, befriending the creatures she found there and developing a deep connection to those lands.