The first Shinrin Yoku walk led by Sally Anderson in the garden is scheduled for Sunday, July 11th from 10am to 12:30. Sally is also coordinating a series of Second Sunday walks featuring a guided walk ever second Sunday of the month. She will be using the garden through October. To join a walk please contact Sally Anderson by text/phone 505-259-2133 or email her at email@example.com or thewonderpathcoachingandforesttherapywalks.com .
OPENING WEEKEND IS APRIL 3RD AND 4TH FROM 9AM UNTIL 4PM. PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF THE NEW CLOSING TIME.
We do not host weddings or any other group events. We do not give school tours, club tours, or rent space for family reunions. We do not allow food in the garden. Photos are allowed for personal use only. No photoshoots are allowed at any time. No tripods. No dogs or pets allowed.
Please enjoy the garden quietly and respect everyone’s experience. You will be asked to leave if you are disturbing others. Please keep your children near you. Out of control children disturb everyone and are destructive. Their safety should also be your concern. This garden is visited by rattlesnakes and contains many poisonous plants. Stay on the grass, dirt, and gravel pathways. Please don’t pick the flowers or the seed pods. We collect the seeds to grow plants for next year. Stay out of the pond. Preserve the beauty that you see for others and especially for the family who works every day to make the garden beautiful for you. The garden is a small oasis of calm and not a city park recreational area. Lawn games are not allowed. We are not funded by any local or federal taxes and maintain this garden with entrance fees and our own money and gardening expertise. We welcome you as our guests. Please be respectful of our home.
Ricky, Monika and Andy