About Pati Holman

I’m an expert at locating, piling and organizing brush on brush piles.  How did I get so good at it you might ask?  Well, SSNT head volunteer, Paul Mozina makes sure I have a steady supply to pile with all the buckthorn, honeysuckle, & box elder he cuts down.  I have endless opportunities to perfect this niche ability.

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Being a small part of this project to clear the headwaters of the Scuppernong Springs and making a space more habitable for the native flora & fauna is an exciting endeavor.  It’s been fun to work with all the hard-working and dedicated volunteers and staff.

Pati and Paul at the Scuppernong Spring.

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Pati and Ben Johnson putting up bluebird houses.

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Pati (center) digging spotted knapweed with Jim Davee and Tara Fignar on the Sand Prairie.

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Pati having a Mt Shasta moment.

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Pati backpacking at Glacier National Park.

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Pati is a movement educator and therapist using The Feldenkrais Method® and The Anat Baniel Method for Children™.  She loves working with special needs children, adults, high performers and even pets.  Check her out at Feldenkrais Milwaukee.

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