Druidry for the 21st Century: Druidry in the Anthropocene — The Druid’s Garden

Druidry is rooted in relationship and connection with the living earth: the physical landscape and all her plants and creatures, the spirits of nature, the allies of hoof and claw, fin and feather. The land and her spirits are our primary allies and energies with which we work as druids. The question I keep coming […] … Continue reading Druidry for the 21st Century: Druidry in the Anthropocene — The Druid’s Garden

Walking The Path Of The Ovate: Building Localized Ecological Knowledge

Everything changes in this wild place. The ebb and flow of the tides drives the ecology on this rocky shore. The landscape abruptly changes its appearance based on proximity to the sea and elevation. Firs and spruces dominate along with a groundcover of laurel and blueberry. Even old friends, like birch, maple, and beech, take […] … Continue reading Walking The Path Of The Ovate: Building Localized Ecological Knowledge

On Being An American Druid

The quintessential image of a druid is a group of people, all in white robes, performing ritual inside an ancient circle of stones. This image is probably the most known and pervasive of all visuzaliations of druidry, and for many, it shapes the our perceptions of what druidry should be. But taken in a North […] … Continue reading On Being An American Druid

Eco-Friendly Ideas for a Homeowner [Infographic]

If you think that implementing eco-friendly measures in your home is more expensive than it’s worth, it’s worth considering that most of these measures involve short-term spending for long-term saving. Ultimately, the costs of installing new features will end up being recouped in the long run. Also, homeowners who make their homes more environmentally friendly … Continue reading Eco-Friendly Ideas for a Homeowner [Infographic]

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