About the forest library
The mission of The Forest Library is to advance the fields and advocate the power of nature and forest therapy through effective dissemination of knowledge via compelling, current, and credible content.
The Forest Library is a project of love brought to you by Hana Lee Goldin, a librarian and certified forest therapy guide. She has her Master's degree in Library and Information Science from the School of Communication and Information of Rutgers University in New Jersey, and guide certification from the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy Guides and Programs in California.
Hana Lee is the founder of The Sacred Wilds, a forest therapy practice in the Bay Area. She lives in San Francisco and can be found roaming the wilds of the Presidio and Golden Gate Park.
Curious about forest bathing with Hana Lee?
Check out this recent article in Oakland Magazine featuring The Sacred Wilds.
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