A slide show and talk about trees that are easily found in North America, and a discussion of their medicinal properties, mythology, magical and spiritual significance. This talk will be particularly useful for shamanic practitioners, who will learn the different personalities of the trees and what can be learned from communicating with them. The focus is weighted towards Celtic lore, but there are mentions of Native American beliefs, Siberian religion, Norse tradition, and the personal experiences of the speaker. The trees to be covered in the talk include: 1) Larch Tree (Larix spp.) 2) Walnut Tree (Juglans spp.) 3) Oak Tree (Quercus spp.) 4) Maple Tree (Acer spp.) 5) Chestnut Tree (Aesculus spp.) 6) White Pine (Pinus strobus) 7) Ash Tree (Fraxinus spp.) 8) Hawthorn Tree, May Tree (Crataegus spp.) 9) Slippery Elm Tree (Ulmus rubra) 10) Birch Tree (Betula spp.) 11) Mountain Ash, Rowan (Sorbus spp.) 12) Apple Tree (Malus spp.) 13) Sassafras (Sassafras spp.) 14) Northern White-Cedar, Eastern Arborvitae, Eastern White Cedar (Thuja occidentalis) 15) Elderberry (Sambucus spp.) 16) Holly, English Holly, European Holly (Ilex Aquifolium) 17) American Holly (Ilex opaca) 18) Redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) Ellen Evert Hopman is the author of “Tree Medicine Tree Magic” (Pendraig Publishing) and “A Druid's Herbal of Sacred Tree Medicine” (Destiny Books) where you can learn more about the edible, spiritual and magical properties of trees. She has been listening to trees and journeying with them for at least three decades.