Discover the unseen. See with new eyes. Pursue your passion.

Ed will work with you to create an Adirondack adventure worthy of your ambitions and suited to your needs. 

Nature walks move at a gentle pace. We take in the sights, sounds, scents, textures, and sometimes even the tastes of the woods. A walk might be general in nature, contemplating plants, animals, geology, Native American prehistory, history, the cultural legacy, the works. Or it could zero in on a specific topic. 

Hikes offer cardiovascular exercise and plunge you deep into the Adirondacks' wildest places. Such an outing might be relaxed and last only a couple of hours. Or it might immerse you in the landscape all day.

Forest bathing is a way of seeking peace, health, and wholeness in nature. Well known in Japan and mainland Asia, forest bathing is rapidly catching on in North America.

Field trips are developed in conjunction with teachers, college professors, corporations, families having reunions, wedding parties, birthday parties, and other groups and leaders. Ed has worked with professors and classes from Vassar College, SUNY Oneonta, Paul Smith's College, and North Country Community College to present programs at diverse venues.

Indoor programs include slide talks and hands-on workshops. In classrooms and lecture halls,  Ed has worked with groups from Middlebury College, Paul Smith's College, North Country Community College, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, and SUNY Potsdam. 

Writing and nature photography workshops are conducted by Ed indoors and out. Learn more here.

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