Scott lives in the middle of the Leelanau Peninsula, where he spends a good deal of time wandering the forests, fields, and dunes– barefoot whenever possible. Since childhood, he’s been fascinated with the history of the land, and the way we can tune into different timescales by getting to know the timeless rhythms of nature: such as the ebb and flow of water, the growth of trees, and the steadiness of rocks. As the son of a teacher, Scott has developed an appreciation for all styles of interaction and learning: from quiet observation to gregarious engagement. When he’s not out exploring a newly discovered trail, Scott might be found carving useful objects from green wood, practicing fermentation, working happily in the garden, writing about the day’s adventures, or tucked away into a good book. The Human Nature School is grateful for all the goodness that he brings to the teaching team.
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