Kathleen Tiller is a retired University of Dayton librarian with a passion for orchids who, fortunately, never forgets her camera. She's photographed half of Ohio's nearly fifty species of orchids and insists they're more accessible and less difficult to find than many people think. Her interest in our native flora is driven by a firm belief in biophilia, our tendency to relate to non-human life, and is cultivated by the practice of Shinrin-yoku, known in the West as forest-bathing. We're grateful for Kathleen's willingness to share her images and her insights.
We'll gather in the Madeleine Room in the Chaminade Center at Mount St. John. Access a map of the property here.