Megan weaves integrative, holistic and creative experiences for community connection. An avid homesteader, forager, writer, song & herb crafter, she believes in healing through remembering and revitalizing our ancestral traditions, nourishing food, earth care, body care, creativity, ritual and storytelling. She holds a B.S. in Family Social Science from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities and her work is informed by the wisdom within Herbalism, Yogic Philosophy and Permaculture Design, where she has aspirations for lifelong learning. With Land by Hand, she has co-designed edible landscapes and social projects since 2016 and in 2019 started Living Hearth, an earth and arts reconnection school.
Cody wears many hats throughout the work and play of Living Hearth and Land by Hand. He collaborates with small businesses, homeowners, farmers, neighbors, educators, and changemakers in the Twin Cities region to co-create the more beautiful world our hearts know is possible. Cody is motivated by a constant fire of acquiring, mastering, & sharing skills that inspire & empower others to follow their intuition and learn through hands-on experience; co-creating abundance through growing food, wellness, & community. Cody instructs on a wide diversity of subjects throughout the Twin Cities with Tiny Diner, MCTC, Minneapolis Community Ed, Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, & Driftless Folk School.
What others are saying“They were excellent facilitators and helped me to look deeper in myself for the answers. They empowered and activated myself and the group, this is not something every teacher and facilitator can do.”~“They both have amazing energy and will bring a lot of growth to wherever they go!”~
“Megan & Cody are highly knowledgeable about permaculture principles and also live within them. It is as if they are each radiant light ready to pass on what they know to make this world the best place it can be. The care they have for all souls is eminent. They are loving and kind. They teach from this as well as guide through offering resources, challenging with questions, and leading by example.”
“Megan and Cody are terrific teachers and work beautifully together as guides on this journey of rewilding – wonderful examples of how nourish and preserve our inner and outer landscapes.”