Linda Conroy is a wise woman, herbalist, wild forager and educator. She dedicates her life to connecting with the green world. Her primary mentors are the plants who never cease to instill a sense of awe in her daily life. Linda's human mentors include Susun Weed, Isla Burgess and Marshall Rosenberg. Linda has completed two herbal and shamanic apprenticeship programs, has a certificate in permaculture design (offered through the Earth Activist Program), a degree in social work, has studied as well as practiced compassionate communication for over a decade and is the founder of Moonwise Herbs as well as Wild Eats: A Movement to Promote Whole and Wild Foods in Community. Linda's work with whole and wild foods has inspired others to create similar offerings in their community.
Linda presents and has presented at a wide variety of events and programs including Bastyr University, Evergreen State College: Sustainability and Herbal Conferences, Midwest Midwifery Conference, The Midwest Renewable Energy Fair, Wild Edible and Primitive skills gatherings, The Northwest Herbal Faire, The Women of Wisdom Conference, the Everyday Goddess Conference, Milwaukee Ostara Gathering, Maywood Nature Center, The University of Wisconsin, Sheboygan, The Driftless Folk School, The University of Washington and North Seattle Community Colleges. Participants in these programs walk away with an appreciation for the natural world as well skills for incorporating plants into their daily life. Linda is a vibrant woman who continually seeks to deepen her connection to the green world!
"My approach to herbalism is my approach to life. Connecting with the deep nourishment and wisdom of the feminine-(the feminine being the non-linear, wise order of the natural world) is the foundation of my life and work. I am continually in awe of the perfect order of things when I do not intervene and let nature take it’s course. I believe that true relationship with the natural world invite curiosity and introspection. I often find myself asking profound questions that help to formulate my ever-evolving approach to life. A few years ago I found myself asking regularly, do I trust that life leans toward health? And the continual answer is yes, if it is allowed. So in the wise woman way, I like to allow health, by creating connection with the whole: whole foods, whole plants and whole people." Linda
Women's Empowerment, Herbal Wisdom, Earth Centered Living, Permaculture and much more!
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Herbal Wisdom, Women's Health, Wise Woman Ways, Women's Spirituality, Feminisim, Permaculture, Women's Empowerment