Danielle Hill, founder of Heron-Hill LLC holds an MPA in Sustainable Development from the World Learning Graduate Institute and in 2018 established her consulting business Heron-Hill LLC. She works in various capacities for Tribal governments, Tribal Organizations and Native American non-profits consulting on a variety of Indigenous issues.
Danielle is also a student midwife and Doula and is passionate about reviving indigenous birthing practices, promoting food sovereignty, indigenous farming and maintaining Eastern Woodland
Danielle is the owner of the Wampanoag Trading Post and Gallery, a retail store located in Mashpee Commons focused on featuring eastern woodland jewelry, art and books.
Please direct all art-related questions to www.wampanoagtradingpostandgallery.com
As a citizen of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe and raised in Mashpee all her life, she has witnessed many sightings of Blue Herons on Cape Cod, especially over the past few years. However, more recently almost a dozen have been found mysteriously dead on Tribal lands in Mashpee (click on the photo above for more information). In many cultural mythologies, the Heron symbolizes balance, self-reliance and an ability to progress and evolve. Heron-Hill LLC was formed to continue to raise awareness and appreciation of this great bird.
If you are interested in services, please contact Danielle directly by filling out the form below or emailing DHill@heron-hill.org for a free consultation.