Meet the Staff

…of the Green Mountain School of Druidry!

Fearn Lickfield is teacher, administrator, director and Chief of the Green Mountain Druid School and Order. As head teacher she is present with each grade of the Druid Training, and assisted by one or more of the wonderful Druid teachers below.

Fearn is web weaver and remembrance facilitator, guiding people back into the Heart of Nature.  She walks as a spiritual educator and guide, flower essence practitioner, geomancer, faery seer, dowser, ecstatic dance leader, community organizer, gardener and medicine maker. Being a lover of magic and ritual, she creates and leads community celebrations in honor of the earth and waters, the seasons and for rites of passage. Fearn is steward of Dreamland, home of the GMDS; a sanctuary and mystery school in Worcester VT.


Administrative Assistant: Hannah Mitchell  is a Clinical Herbalist based in Montpelier, Vermont. She moved to the Northeast to study a more formalized practice of clinical herbalism at The Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism where she graduated from. She believes that humans have the capacity to heal in all aspects of their lives and puts education and personal empowerment at the center of her work. Hannah focuses on meeting people where they are at and supporting them through the navigation of a wellness plan built through the partnership between practitioner and client. She has a bachelor’s degree in Globalization and History and has traveled throughout five continents learning with and from the people and cultures of this earth. She honors all walks of life and supports the individual processes of all people. She is a grower of food and medicines and is a crafter that works for local artisanal small businesses throughout Vermont.

Dreamland Druid Training staff;

Bardic Grade

Kari Hetrick aka Auntie Bear of Heartfire Clan.  As far back as I can remember, I have had a special connection to nature and spirit.  Over the years have studied with many teachers on different paths finding truth in all of them.  As a Druid, I have gained the tools to weave it all together, to deepen my connection with all beings including myself, and allow my magical child to be joyfully authentic through laughter, song and play.



Ovate Grade 

Steve Gerard is a graduate Druid of the Orion Clan and a tree steward.His career has been as a psychologist and teacher and he is now President of a local Habitat for Humanity Chapter. His Bardic passion is story-telling.  He is also a wood carver and Vermont Ogham researcher.
Carolyn Hooper is a Restorative Wellness coach, ecologist, and educator who is passionate about helping people restore their relationship with the Earth. She is a graduate of the Green Mountain Druid School (Aspen Clan), and a current apprentice in the House of Brigh Faery Seership tradition. A frequent speaker and
workshop presenter, Carolyn teaches on such topics as connecting with nature for health and wellbeing, moving through grief, and environmental activism. She recently launched her program, Walking Your Earth-wise Path, to help participants develop active techniques and lifestyle practices which promote the reciprocal wellbeing of themselves and the planet, and bring the sacred into everyday life.
Carolyn is a member of the GMDO Leadership Council and serves on the Upper Valley Sierra Club Executive Committee. She creates and holds sacred space as an End of Life Doula, facilitates sacred circle dance, rites of passage, and ceremony, and loves working with the Spirit of the Land to create sacred garden spaces. Carolyn
lives with her sons, her dog, her gardens, and her sacred grove in Wilder, Vermont.

Druid Grade

Mary Kay Kasper is a member of the Draegon clan of the GMDO. She works with the intellectually disabled, is a Pagan Spiritual Counselor, dream practitioner, rites of passage guide, eco-therapist, and ceremonial leader with a master’s in counseling and a CAS in Ecopsychology. She is a member of the GMDO, Maine Druid Order and OBOD.

Her passion lies in facilitating deep inquiry into the mysteries of the Dream, as guidance and gateway to our soul-rooted relationship to self and earth. Dreaming Back to the Earth is a path that weaves the energies of the dream and the earth to encourage kinship and healing. Mary Kay facilitates dream groups, earth journeys, and offers workshops and presentations.

Her article “Dreaming Back to the Earth” was published in Depth Psychology’s scholarly journal ‘Depth Insights’. She co-hosts with Katrina Dreamer the podcast “Dreaming Back to the Earth” found on SoundCloud. Her awareness handbook on earth and dreams will be coming out soon.

Lily Jacobson comes from several generations of tree-lovers — perhaps that’s part of where her draw to Druidry took root. Since she was 19, Lily’s primary interest has been nurturing reconnection among people, between people and the land, and within ourselves. She has followed that interest through a winding path of studying religion, especially earth-based traditions; learning permaculture and ecological planning/design; living in intentional community and practicing nonviolent communication; studying and doing personal work around identity, power, privilege, systems of oppression, and ecological leadership; and practicing Druidry in the Green Mountain Druid Order. Lily is a member of the staff collective that supports a statewide grassroots climate justice organization, and she loves making music with people.


Home Study Mentors

Victoria Brosnan has been on a spiritual path for over 30years. She’s an RN trained in multiple forms of reiki & energy work, massage, Taoism, Tantra, Druidry, Faery Seership, and more. Member of Heart Fire Clan & Druid graduate of the Green Mountain Druid School 2018.
Bunny Whisperer.
Priestess Path generation 14.
She loves creating spaces for people to come and have magical transformative experiences.



Teresa Thompson, aka Juniper, has a Bachelor’s Degree in Education from the University of Vermont. She has worked for over 25 years in both public education and the private sector, teaching languages and working with persons with disabilities. She began her Druid studies as a home school student in 2009. After a year in the home study program,  she continued her training onsite at Dreamland and is a member of the Draegon Clan.