Listen to the Replay of the Teleseminar:
Eaglesong & Susun Weed
from June 25, 2015, 9:30pm EST
A conversation exploring the Wise Woman Tradition of healing and the importance of creating space for women to come together to connect, inspire and empower one another as our understanding and practice of this tradition continues expanding and meeting the needs of our time. When women gather and share notes, find what's working and acknowledge what is not working, sing, dance and celebrate life, we are invigorated to get on with the adventure of living with earth now and in the future. Toward that end, the Pacific Women's Herbal Conference again emerges; opening her doors to women of the northwest bio-region in September 2015.
EagleSong Evans Gardener dances her mischief in the hedge, the veld, that luminous place between wild and tended. She is a 3rd generation northwesterner raised on salmon and cedar long enough to find a root and love for a place she calls Home. EagleSong is a practicing herbalist in the wise woman tradition and a lifelong gardener. She is most at home cultivating life and watching things grow. Working with apprentices for over 25 years, her "Healing From the Ground Up" community centered herbal apprenticeship is a 9 month journey for the rigorous adventurer. EagleSong is known for her wit and kitchen table wisdom and her incessant need to go outside and play! She stays busy these days weaving the Pacific Women's Herbal Conference back into being and teaching at her home place, RavenCroft Garden and the flumdiddley kitchen school.
Learning opportunities with EagleSong can be found online at: www.ravencroftgarden.blogspot.com