Vermont Wilderness School builds long-term mentoring relationships rooted in community, nature connection, and earth living skills. We are a non-profit 501(c)3, based in Brattleboro, VT and founded in 2000. Explore our work and contact us to learn more.
News and Upcoming Events
March 28: Cultural Restoration – A Workshop with Barry Moses
Barry Moses was raised between worlds across Washington State, in Spokane, Seattle, and the Spokane Indian Reservation. A poet, photographer, historian, and educator, Barry will share stories and teachings on cultural restoration that are relevant to native and non-native communities. Barry’s unique teaching approach bridges across differences and addresses recognizing spiritual experiences in the natural world, creating a deeper sense of place, and acknowledging the role of elders in community. Learn more and register here.
Essentials of Resilient Community – Mentoring and Nature Connection: March, April, & May 2015
You’ve heard it takes a village to raise a child. What does it take to raise a village? Join Amy Hyatt to learn practices and teachings of the Art of Mentoring that will support you to grow as a mentor, leader and designer of regenerative, resilient community – whether on a family, neighborhood, or regional scale. Can be attended as a 7-month series or as individual topical weekends. Learn more about this powerful new program here.
Full Moon Girls Saturday Program
The long-running Full Moon Girls program, led by program founder Dhyana Miller, has expanded to offer a 1 Saturday/month option for girls ages 7-15! Come experience your wild nature with us at Brook’s Bend Farm in Montague, MA. The full Saturday program is running January-June 2015 (6 Saturdays).
Learn more about the new Saturday Full Moon Girls here.