Rain, an alumna from 2019, won the New York Society of Illustrators student scholarship competition. This is a great honor for a student!
Join Callie North as she explores herbalism, plant medicine, and healing through the lens of an alternate history to the current Eurocentric narrative. From bio-regional gathering to ancestral practices, this class will examine why herbalism is our birthright and how seasonal living and forming relationships with plants can change our perceived place in the natural … Read more
Join Joshua Hoyt for a discussion on foraging, a word emphasizing the act of searching for wild edibles. While modern foraging is often about the search, indigenous people thought very differently about what it meant to get food from their environment. Far from a passive, primitive activity, indigenous food gathering was based on a radical, … Read more
Join Thor Hanson for a lively investigation of how plants and animals are responding to climate change – moving, adapting, and evolving in real-time, all around us. From lizards in hurricanes to wandering trees to the feeding habits of bees, bears, and beetles, the stories in this talk explore the biological challenges of life on … Read more
Dear Families, Friends, and Faculty, There is no better time than winter to connect with the community and learn something new about the amazing planet we all inhabit. Starting in January, Spring Street International School is excited to present our 2021 Nature Speaker Series, a community event that provides insight into the lives of those … Read more