Amaze yourself and friends by identifying trees and shrubs by their bark and branching pattern and enjoy winter walks in the woods honing your skills.
TRI Bioregional Herbalism Certificate Course
The TRI Bioregional Herbalism Certificate Course, led by veteran herbalist Linda Conroy, will focus on teaching students how to incorporate herbs into their daily life to promote health and to develop the skills to use herbs for everyday ailments and injuries.
Introduction to Spring Plant Identification
Learn plant identification skills to open your eyes to the world of foraging. The spring plant identification class will teach you how to identify wild flowers by observing their growth forms, leaves, flowers, and fruits.
Graze on Greens: Spring Edible Wild Plants course
Native Americans met their food and medicinal needs with more than 500 species of wild plants. Graze on Greens, the Spring Edible Wild Plants course, will focus on the many tender greens and spring bulbs that can be found in spring.
Potluck Meal & a Movie
It is a regular opportunity for people to gather together to enjoy a meal, share community and dialogue. Friends and family of the participants are invited to attend. Participants will enjoy a film about the importance of caring for the earth and understanding our part in nature.