Sarah Croscutt (she/her)
Welcome! I am the Owner/ Facilitator of From the Outside, LLC, a series of plant and nature-based activities designed to cultivate connection and well-being. With a BS degree in Biology and a MS degree in Environmental Science, I have spent much of my career working in the field of science and outdoor education. I have cultivated a deep connection and love for the natural world. My scientific knowledge, adventures in travel, gardening, and outdoor exploration, as well as my personal journey of healing, are the inspiration for my creative process. In addition to the From the Outside program, I have created Lessons from Nature, a series of essays connecting readers more deeply to themselves through the natural world. To access, click on the Lessons from Nature or Blog Feed menu option above. Several of my essays have been published in Plants and Poetry Journal and Wild Roof Journal. Both of these journals are nature-themed publications that support an amazing collective of wildly talented writers and artists.
Plants and Poetry Journal http://www.plantsandpoetry.org
Wild Roof Journal http://www.wildroofjournal.com
From the Outside with Sarah C Podcast Episode 1 – My Relationship with Nature
Wednesday, 2/15/23, 7:00-7:45 pm EST, Thursday, 2/16/23, 1:00-1:45 pm EST – Free Webinar! How Do I Start Cultivating a Purposeful and Intentional Connection with Nature? Link to register
Wednesday, 1/25/2023, 7:00 pm EST – Wild Roof Journal Contributor Reading. Join current and former contributors (poetry, prose, visual art) as they read and discuss their work. It is a wonderful supportive community. Feel free to join! Please e-mail me for details and the Zoom link!
Saturday, 1/21/2023, 10:00 am – 11:30 am – First in the series of adult education classes, Lessons through Nature, offered in-person at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, Richmond, VA. The topic is Composting: Decomposition and Making Room for Growth. Join us!
YouTube link to Finding Our Fit radio show (1/5/2023) replay with Susanna Calvert from the Foundation for Family and Community Healing. The topic is Cultivating Purposeful and Intentional Connections with Nature.
1/4/2023 – Issue 18 Wild Roof Journal released! So honored to be included in this issue with so many talented creators! Please check it out!
Silent Auction and Art Event to benefit the Foundation for Family and Community Healing, Crossroads Art Center, Richmond, VA, Friday November 18, 2022, 5-8 pm
North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) Conference, Tucson, AZ https://conference.naaee.org/
Wild Roof Journal Live Reading Event (Zoom), October 19, 2022, 7:00 pm Eastern