Sue has been working in conservation and environmental education for 34 years and immersed in the teaching and practice of biomimicry since 2007.  Sue’s primary focus is on Biomimicry as a way of Being and Belonging as a means of, once again, living in right and rich relationship with Nature.  This looks at how to make the practice of reconnecting with, revaluing, learning from and living as one with the community of Life on Earth, a part of our daily lives. Sue offers Forest Immersion experiences and engaging workshops related to this, and also developed an online course on the topic.