Eric & Megan finding local wild arrowhead tubers, which can be stomped and boiled for a good starchy meal!


Founder / Wild Foods Taste Tester

NYS DEC Guide / Archery Coach


Eric graduated from SUNY Environmental Science magna cum laude with a B.S. in Natural History and Interpretation and minors in Environmental Writing and Rhetoric and Recreation Resources Management. 


Prior to founding The Rewilding School, Eric taught environmental summer camps in New York, residential outdoor education in California, primitive skills in Oregon, and teambuilding in Massachusetts and right here in Westchester. He also founded and directed the Muscoot Naturalist Summer Camp. When not out in the woods Eric enjoys cooking, swing dancing, and trying not to buy everything in used bookstores. 

You can see more about Eric at his Linked In account.


Manager / Get it done'r!

Megan is the Administrative Director / Manager / person who gets it done from behind the scenes. They have a background in emergency management and global health, a love of the outdoors, and the personality of a cat-lizard hybrid who just wants to lay in the sun in the grass. They enjoy exploring new places, making art, and building a home in the Lower Hudson Valley. Megan is also reconnecting with their ancestral Ashkenazi Jewish roots and exploring herbalism. 



Outdoor Educators


Outdoor Educator - Site Supervisor


Jessie is pursuing her dream to combine her love of nature with her enthusiasm for teaching. She aspires to become an Outdoor Educator and Naturalist specializing in Ethnobotany and Wildlife Biology (otherwise known as the Plants & Animals Nature Teacher).

You'll rarely find a camera on her face rather than in her hands.


Outdoor Educator - Site Supervisor

Ryan has been an Environmental Educator since 2009, teaching diverse curriculum such as Renewable Energy Technology in Maine Classrooms to Orienteering in the Poconos. One of Ryan's first jobs out of college was an SCA internship based in Stonykill Farm. Ten years later and he has come back to the Hudson Valley. Ryan strongly adheres to a jack-of-all-trades mindset, with hobbies such as bushcraft camping and gear making, live action wargaming, leatherworking, historical methods of cooking and fire making, cat petting, beer brewing, film collecting, and much, much more.


Outdoor Educator - Site Supervisor


Anna is a 2019 graduate of the University of Vermont Rubenstein School of the Environment. Her studies consisted of parks and recreation, ecology, ecosystem management, outdoor education, and environmental assessment. In college, Anna spent a summer living and working in Acadia National Park in Maine. She also volunteered with Birding for Change, an after-school program that allowed fifth graders to explore natural areas and learn about birds while connecting with nature. Since graduating, Anna has worked as an outdoor educator at Audubon CT and as a preschool teacher. In her free time, Anna enjoys hiking, wildlife photography and birding in nearby state parks.


Outdoor Educator - Preschool / Winter / Summer


Moss is an outdoor educator who specializes in teaching natural history and outdoor skills through stories, games, and citizen science. Over ten years of teaching in the field, her most rewarding experiences have been with young people across a spectrum of neurodiversity and learning disabilities. She is currently training her Flemish Giant rabbit Winter for certification as a therapy animal, and reading her way through Terry Pratchett’s Discworld series. Her favorite activities include kayaking, wildcrafting pigments from plants, collaborative tabletop storytelling, and coaxing her friends into reading Lord of the Rings.


Outdoor Educator - Preschool / Winter / Summer


Outdoor Educator - Wildlings / Homeschool / Afterschool


Tommy graduated from SUNY Potsdam with a B.S. in Geology. Upon gradation, he served two years with the Student Conservation Association, partnered with AmeriCorps, as an Outdoor Educator. Growing up in the Hudson Valley has led Tommy to pursue sharing the “Great Outdoors” with everyone he meets. When he’s not in the woods, Tommy can be found working as an EMT, while also studying to become a paramedic. For fun he plays board games and goes long distance backpacking. Tommy also works on a Search and Rescue team as a Wilderness EMT/Navigator. He also volunteers his time as a Wildland Firefighter for the Albany Pinebush Preserve.


Outdoor Educator - Wildlings / Homeschool / Afterschool


Outdoor Educator - Wildlings / Homeschool


Cathy grew up in Westchester County and is currently raising her own family here. An avid hiker, Cathy loves nothing more than to explore many of the local and Hudson Valley trails with her two dogs. When the opportunity arises to travel further and climb a high peak, she jumps on it. Cathy has very recently been certified as a Kripalu Mindful Outdoor Guide- and truly enjoys sharing the wonder of the natural world with others. She is currently honing her fire building and bird identification skills. A former children's television producer, Cathy has always been amazed and inspired by children's imaginations. She is grateful to be able to combine her love for the outdoors with her passion for being with children.

Cindy O.

Outdoor Educator - Wildlings / Homeschool


Cindy grew up loving the outdoors and exploring the Appalachian Trail with her mother. She exited the entertainment corporate world 10 years ago to pursue a love of connecting others with the natural world. She is environmental educator, mindful outdoor guide, forest bathing guide, meditation teacher and a mom to 2 wonderfully wild boys. She loves crafting Ayurvedic teas and sharing them with others in the forest. She is learning how to be a better steward for the planet every day. Cindy is a lover of learning about the human and non-human world. She also is a fan of good film, music, theatre and art.