The Bee’s Knees of the Weeds | Spring Foraging

Miller Center
$45.00 LR | $55.00
Varies
Thu | Sat
Varies
12+

Did you know that nature provides us with foods and resources even in the coldest months of the year? Did you know that you can make delicious jellies, salads and other treats from the Redbud Tree and other early bloomers in the first days of spring?

In addition to learning about the mouth-watering foods available to you, you will also learn about how the hardy Plantain plant can be combined with lichen to create a cream for skin health, how most of our modern pharmaceuticals originated with plant compounds, and how you can put that to use for your own wellbeing.

In this lively, hands-on class, you will learn how to locate, identify, harvest, and use foraged goodies for both food and health, be given plenty of resources to enable you to begin foraging confidently on your own, AND be treated to an assortment of goodies created from wild harvested plants, fruits, and nuts! Register by 4 days before each program.

Thursday  |  March 30  |  6:00pm

March 30

Saturday  |  April 15  |  10:00am

April 15

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