Natalie is the founder and director of the Wild Abundance. She’s passionate about teaching and sharing skills that are essential for living harmoniously within the natural systems of the earth. She and her family live at the Wild Abundance homestead campus in the Southern Appalachians. Natalie spends her time harvesting in the wild, building, gardening, planting, putting up food, growing, teaching, connecting with the community, and playing with her daughter. Amidst all of this she’s constantly scheming about how to introduce more people to Earth-based living, while worshiping the beauty around her. She teaches at the Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine, the Maps meet and Earthskills Rendezvous, and has given talks at FSU, Southern Adventist University, Tulane University, Ohio University, Vanderbilt University, Western Washington University, and many other places. Natalie holds a B.A. in ecological agriculture.read more
Camping is free and included for all. We have an outdoor kitchen, outdoor shower, and compost toilet that is available for student use. We do not provide camping gear. We have three tiny house airbnbs on-site that you may rent at an additional cost. Please contact me for links to the airbnbs!
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