My Growing Oak Openings Prairie

In the late spring, I added a few new flowers to my Oak Openings native prairie.  This gorgeous yellow Prairie Coneflower is one of them.  She happily took up with a Black-eyed Susan and a clump of Little Bluestem for company.  They’re having a wonderful summer...

Sacred Travel: Taking the Risk

As a seasoned traveler, I have often visited places where it would have been advisable not to go… as a solo traveler or a couple it is easy to do if you are cautious and aware. This isn’t always the case for a group. As many of you know, one of my favorite...

Nexus Pipeline vs. The Oak Openings

One of most beautiful places in Ohio is under threat – the Oak Openings region. Home to a third of Ohio’s rare, native species, this area is filled with forest, wetlands, wet prairie, open meadow, glacial sand dunes and rare oak savanna. A recent resource...

Goddess as Queen Bee – Artemis of Ephesus

I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed by Kim Wilborn of Guardian Gateway as part of the “Celebrate the Goddess” series.  Over 20 wonderful teachers offered mini-classes to help you discover ways to bring the magic of the Divine Feminine into...

Oak Openings, Pipelines and the Work of a Matriarch

If you’ve been following me on Facebook, then you know about the pipeline. Since last October, things have been a whirl of activity as I’ve been working to organize grass-roots opposition to a huge gas pipeline that has been proposed here in Ohio. The...

Great Lakes Retreat Workshop – July 2015

I am very happy to be leading a workshop this summer at the Great Lakes Retreat in Olivet Michigan.  This wonderful residential retreat  offers a week of community, spiritual growth, healing and fun! The Great Lakes Retreat July 19-24, 2015 The class I’ll be...

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