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Environmental Educator, Artist, Forest Therapy Guide.
Nonbinary, Queer. 

MISSION: To create reciprocity through creative intentional connection with nature through Forest Therapy, Environmental Education, anti-racism, and art.

Jules been teaching, leading, and facilitating nature connection learning for people of many different ages and backgrounds for over 10 years. They are passionate about teaching and education outdoors, and utilizing place-based learning and critical thinking. They believe firmly that environmental education needs to use an anti-racist and social justice lens to teach and explore the conceptual constructs of place and how a place is defined within social, cultural, and political values and ideas. 

Jules is a Certified Forest Therapy Guide through the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy Guides, graduate of IslandWood’s Education for Environment and Community Program, and have a Masters in Education in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Washington. 

5be9c1fa71a7626f7f07c65d_ANFT Certified

Ready to Connect?

Join Certified Forest Therapy Guide, writer, and artist Julie Hepp as they facilitate nature and art experiences. This session will integrate Forest Therapy and creation....
Environmental Art Session
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