Some of our focus is on dreams but not all. Druidry is a very nature oriented path. It is hard to find valuable information due to the fact practices and beliefs were spread by word of mouth. Most of what you find will be "Neo-druidry" as someone else pointed out some decent sites on it.
Re: Druidry Help needed By: IrisMoon / Beginner May 17, 2014
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Your best teacher with Druidry is to read. There are a lot of books out there on the topic. Downside though is a lot of it isn't 100% accurate as during the change to Christianity most of what we knew about the druids was destroyed or lost. So most of what you will be learning is reconstructed and pieced together from recent research about the old Celtic religions.
Try your local library on books involving Celtic folklore and mythology, archaeological themed books on druids, Celtic oriented pagan books and etc. That would be a great place for starting outside of the internet. Though the sites from set up groves are always good too. They like to post information and articles that are credible to help those who end up with all the fluff from people trying to reconstruct the beliefs of the druids.