In the ensuing years, I’ve grown deeply connected to this land through my work in local agriculture and the food community. Biodynamic agriculture was my introduction to the work of Rudolf Steiner, and over the past four years I’ve found enlivening purpose and deep resonance in working with young children as a Waldorf teacher.
The daily and seasonal rhythms of Waldorf education complement and strengthen my work both in and out of the classroom, and honoring those rhythms provides a profoundly nourishing way for me to navigate my life. It is an honor to work with young children and their families in the KinderHeart community, and I strive to hold each child’s journey into their truest selves with reverence, trust, and love.
While not teaching, you can find me cooking (or at the very least thinking about food), working in the garden, foraging or fishing in the mountains, throwing clay in my ceramics studio, or sitting in the sunshine.