Part of the Earth Up Conference
What does ‘wilderness’ really mean to us? Lisa Schneidau tells two classic British woodland tales from the Arthurian tradition. Discover how a fool created his own path to wisdom through the trees, and how a wise man gave himself up to the wild.
Lisa Schneidau is a storyteller and environmentalist based in Devon, England. Lisa’s storytelling is a warm mix of ancient tale and keen observation of the natural world, with an eye for the seasons and an ear for the voices of the ancestors. With over twenty five years working in wildlife conservation, Lisa brings a wealth of knowledge and infectious enthusiasm to her audience. She is the author of ‘Botanical Folk Tales of Britain and Ireland’ and ‘Woodland Folk Tales of Britain and Ireland’ (both History Press). @lisaschneidau, Lisa Schneidau Storyteller, email: firstname.lastname@example.org | https://www.lisaschneidau.co.uk