From starting a fire to foraging for food, basket making to making a bird feeder and cloud scrying, this beautifully designed forest almanac is a treasure for anyone who loves the outdoors.
Forest schools for kids originated in Scandinavia as outdoor play-based learning groups, and in 2016 The Forest School Foundation was established in the USA. But why should kids have all the fun? Connecting with green spaces, trees, and plants can lift our spirits, lower our stress levels, and relax our brains - in short, playing outside is good for adults, too.
Forest School for Grown-Ups is here to help. A gorgeous and comprehensive guide to all things outdoors for anyone who loves being in and interacting with nature, readers will learn how to make a rope sing, go forest bathing, read flowers, and how to build a campfire. From practical tips and how-tos to forest folklore, there's something for everyone.
Exquisite lino cut art and illustrations run throughout, along with step-by-step instructions, diagrams, and more. Forest School for Grown-Ups provides the perfect resource for people of all ages to enjoy spending quality time outdoors. From starting a fire to foraging for food, basket making to making a bird feeder, tree hugging and cloud scrying, this beautifully designed forest almanac is a treasure for anyone who loves the outdoors.
- Forest School For Grownups
- Written by Richard Irvine and Illustrated by Paul Oakley.
- Published by Chronicle Books, May 10, 2022.
- 1.07" H x 11.0" L x 6.7" W (2.15 lbs) 160 pages.
SHIPS FROM Washington State or Oregon, Pacific NW, U. S. A..