Jun 29, 2021
The Wild Wool Shepherdess (lekawehatie) believes it is in her blood to be a custodian of the land as her ancestors before her. Her focus is on promoting animal welfare and being an advocate for the small holder. As a practitioner of traditional, primitive skills, she teaches small holders and individuals--through workshops and retreats--how to bring back value to wool and live more sustainably in harmony and connection with our land, animals and wildlife and Mother Nature. She also creates unique, wild and rugged woven rugs, tanned leather hides and felted sheeprugs with wool harvested from her own flock of organic, heritage breed sheep, which conservation graze hay meadows to help support our declining wildlife and improve soil structure.
In this podcast, she shares how she "paddles along", her indigenous adoption, powerful connections to nature and divine female energy, and many more fascinating snippets.
To connect with lekawehatie, or to attend her workshops, or purchase her wool products (worldwide shipping), please see:
Or connect with her on IG: https://www.instagram.com/wildwoolshepherdess/?hl=en
This podcast is available for download on your favorite podcast platform, or here:
Have an awesome weekend!