Ed Burr

At e-Awakening we feel that video is a great medium to get your message out, show accomplishments and to give visual expression to your ideas.  On this page we want to share with you some projects we have worked on with Ed Burr.  We want to help you connect with Ed so you can see other projects he's working on.

Eastern White Pine

Ed is a mainly self-taught naturalist with extensive knowledge on the medicinal and edible properties of wild plants that he wants to share with as many people as possible. Ed offers a variety of programs including nature walks, classes and is available to do custom presentations for groups and organizations.  

We're excited to bring you our newest video and to introduce you to an environmental hero.  We'd like you to meet Ed Burr.  He's made a life-career focusing on his love of the wilderness that is right around us. You'll be amazed at his knowledge of wild plants.  Ed has a way of making learning fun and interesting.

So let's take.......... A Walk With Ed.

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"Birch Polypore Fungus"

We want to shine a spotlight on Ed Burr. He loves nature and sharing what he has learned with others. Ed knows so much about the wild plants that are right here in our area. He has spent his life learning about the trees, plants and  fungi that grow in the wild.  He also talks about the medicinal uses of the plants.  Ed truly makes learning a fun adventure.

Usnea Lichen

In this feature we are shining a spotlight on Ed Burr, a mainly self-taught naturalist with a tremendous knowledge of wild plants. We have shared other pieces with you before. Now we have another segment to share with you. In this one he is going to tell us about Usnea Lichen, its symbiotic relationships and importance. We always learn something new when we talk to Ed. It's an enjoyable adventure discovering what's in our local forests.

"Walking the Woods with Ed"

Our spotlight is on Ed Burr,  a naturalist who is mainly self-taught. Wild plants, trees and fungi right here in our area is what Ed is focused on. He's excited to share his knowledge with everyone. Learning about what is in our local woods helps us to understand how important it is to protect our woodland places.  In this segment his focus is on Rock Polypody.