Piro Hiroko Ishizaka was originally made of water and elements in Japan. Having perceived extraordinary expressions by nature, she seeks to bridge the divide between humans and nature as sentient existence in the way indigenous peoples experience/d nature. She hopes that may contribute to healing the human psyche and spirit.
The Center's campus is a workspace for Chicago-based staff, a retreat center for the Center's gatherings of thought-leaders, a laboratory in which to practice land-relationship ideas shared by Center contributors, and (one day soon) a welcoming space for periodic public events.
Center for Humans and Nature 17660 West Casey Road Libertyville, Illinois 60048