Beyond the Ordinary internet radio staffers Nancy Lorenz & Elena Young conducted this dynamic interview recently:
“Darlene Marie Remillard, also known as Skydancer has taught hands-on classes in the forests of the Pacific NorthWest for 26 years, since the creation of her Workbook “Wild Food Gathering around the Puget Sound” in 1982.
Born in the spring of 1931 and approaching a young 80 years, Skydancer is vibrant and healthy, a testament to eating natural food straight from the Earth. She still takes classes out into the woods, though mostly she is called on to do private classes showing people what they have on their own land. And of course she loves teaching children. She tells us that she did not make up the name “Skydancer” to be cute… it is due to her young grandson and a subsequent lucid dream…”
“This dear lady has been teaching hands-on classes in the forests of Washington state since 1982! Her workbook “Wild Food Gathering around the Puget Sound” is penned by her own hand and in a binder for you to add pages as you learn, collect and dry leaves you recognize, your notes of discovery, it becomes your very unique book.”
SkyDancer was interviewed on Beyond the Ordinary internet radio November 23, 2010.