Local Plant Walk: Discover Wild Edible & Medicinal Plants
with Malcolm Saunders
Sunday June 26th,
10:00am to 12:00 pm
**This event is exclusively for students of CSNN. If you are not a student of CSNN please see our other dates and times for other public plant walks.
Learn how to wildcraft your own food and medicine.
There is an abundance of wild plants out your back door that can be used as food and medicine and this is the class that will set you on the right path of a life-long journey of learning and gathering.
In this session you will learn the foundations of wild foraging and everything you need to know to become proficient in wild-harvesting skills.
This class is specifically created for those new to the fun and adventure of wild-crafting your own food and medicine.
We will cover: How to ID, ideas on where to forage, we’ll share with you the best books and other resources you’ll want to know about, tools you will need, best practices including sustainable and ethical harvesting techniques.
If you have been wanting to get started with wild foraging and are excited to acquire this important life-long skill, then this is the class for you!
Class size is limited to maintain an intimacy of learning.
Register now to secure your spot.
Before the event, after you are registered, we will email you all the details including location to meet and what you will need to bring.