Research confirms that sustained, intentional contact
with nature benefits humans through:

Improved sense of wellbeing

Lower instances of stress-related illness

Improved memory and cognitive flexibility

Expansion of creativity and problem-solving

Upcoming Events

Wild Inside Workshops

Terrarium Building

Embark on a miniature gardening adventure at our terrarium building workshop! Join friends and fellow nature lovers in crafting your own lush, self-contained ecosystem within a glass enclosure. With an array of vibrant plants, decorative stones, and other natual elements to choose from, our terrarium building workshop promises a hands-on, imaginative experience that brings the beauty of nature to your fingertips.

Bob Ross Painting Party

Gather friends and fellow enthusiasts for a delightful event of creativity as we follow the iconic Bob Ross’s step-by-step techniques to create a tranquil landscape masterpiece. With friendly guidance, a relaxed atmosphere, and all materials provided, our Bob Ross painting party is a joyful blend of artistic expression and communal enjoyment.

Creative Collaging

Dive into the world of artistic expression with our captivating collage workshop! Discover the joy of combining diverse textures, colors, and images to create a visually stunning masterpiece. Guided by expert instructors, you’ll unleash your creativity, transforming ordinary materials into a unique and personalized collage that reflects your individual style and imagination.

From the blog

Forest therapy circle of people in a forest located in Maine.

Where in the world?

Sharing the transformative power of nature-based spirituality at Harvard Divinity School’s ‘Rewilding Spirituality’ presentation, then immerse yourself in inclusivity and healing with ‘Forest Bathing for LGBTQ+ People and Allies’ at GATE 2024 in Latvia.

Nurturing Leadership: Bridging Feminist Principles with Nature and Spirituality

To be alive in this beautiful, self-organizing universe -- to participate in the dance of life with senses to perceive it, lungs that breathe it, organs that draw nourishment from it -- is a wonder beyond words. Joanna Macy As we approach 2024, seeking to embrace the...

Advent 1: Is Hope Toxic Positivity?

I recently had the privilege of participating in a meeting with chaplains who are looking for ways to offer spiritual care, especially to people experiencing despair in a climate changed world. When talking about how to offer hope, thoughtful leaders a few decades...

Green Friday instead of Black Friday

This year, I’m inviting y’all to observe a Green Friday instead of Black Friday with 12 ideas for flora and fauna fun.

Our Sacred Nature Retreat 2024

After a wonderful first year of planning, hosting and enjoying Our Sacred Nature Retreat, we are already planning next year's retreat in a new location - Eureka Springs, AR. At Our Sacred Nature, a weekend sanctuary emerged for LGBTQIA+ folx from Arkansas, Colorado,...

A journey to share my wild love for the world

Ahead of me is a month of travel for the calling I’ve been been working so hard to manifest in the world. Now the seeds I’ve planted are blooming in spectacular color and I get to share my wild love for the world with a lot of curious and creative folx.

Embracing the Sacred Earth: A Guide to Observing the Liturgical Season of Creation

Explore the profound significance of the Liturgical Season of Creation and discover how it can rekindle your connection to the natural world and the divine presence within it.. Understand the season’s themes and learn how to bring its essence to your faith community, fostering spiritual awakening, ecological renewal, and a deepened appreciation for the sacredness of our natural world.

Our Sacred Nature Retreat

At the end of the 1960s, a willful child was born into a Southern Baptist family. This child was raised on vacation bible school, Wednesday night suppers and twice-on-Sundays back-pew sitting. This girl child would grow up to get married to a nice man like she was...
Hand touching moss on a tree trunk

In the Reverie of the Forest: Guided Forest Bathing for Mental Health Month

Guided forest bathing is an invitation to slow down, to breathe deeply, and to surrender to the subtle rhythms of the forest. By doing so, we unlock a host of mental health benefits, nurturing our souls and finding solace in the serenity of nature.

5 Ways to Welcome Spring

In the northern hemisphere, the Earth is beginning to awaken from her winter slumber. As we approach the threshold of the spring equinox, we are reminded of the cyclical nature of life and the importance of honoring the changing seasons. Here are five invitations to honor this time of renewal and growth.

What is Wild Church?

Wildwood Wisdom gathers on the first Sunday of each month for Sacred Sundays, an expression of Wild Church in The Netherlands. What is Wild Church? The Wild Church movement is an expression of faith that is emerging in response to the desire of some individuals to...

SEO for Forest Therapy Guides

Although it may feel antithetical to our calling as nature therapy guides,  a calling often informed by a desire to help people unplug from technology and recharge in nature, it really is essential for a nature-connected wellpreneur to have an engaging online presence...

We are all connected,
human and more-than-human,
in an infinite loop of reciprocity.
When the natural world thrives,
we all thrive.

About Kimberly

The golden thread running through my life’s journey is a persistent calling to find, as Frederick Buechner describes, the place where my deep gladness meets the world’s deep hunger. I hope that this offering will be one in which we can flourish and discern together how best to live into that fiercely tender calling.

Time to Just Be

“Kimberly is obviously passionate about sharing her love of nature and the benefits of taking time to just “be.” She is able to make you think and be present in the moment. If you have the time to take part in one of her activities, I would recommend it.” –  NR

A repeatable experience

“Kimberly is a hospitable, holistic host who gently sets an ambiance with a welcoming inclusive tone of the anticipated journey… weaving a thread of kindness, reflectiveness and restfulness. A repeatable experience but more importantly enrichment for future walks of my own.” – SO

“Instructions for living a life. Pay attention. Be astonished. Tell about it.”

― Mary Oliver

You might not know you need it...

“Try it! You might now know you needed it until you leave lighter and refreshed.” – HR

A peaceful, calm break...

“A peaceful, calm break from the business of everyday life! Kimberly provides a perfect 🙂 connection with nature to encourage the ‘stop’ from life!” – BL

May all that is unforgiven in you be released. May your fears yield their deepest tranquilities. May all that is unlived in you blossom into a future graced with love.

– John O’Donohue

“The land knows you, even when you are lost.”

– Robin Wall Kimmerer



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Saturday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.