Wild Edible Plants (NTLH Nature Series)
Date(s) - 08/30/2014
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Time: 2:00pm – 5:00pm
Location: Oshun Renewal Center
$45 (plus $4 materials fee)
This class will provide a holistic understanding of what it takes to bring sustenance from field to fork. Special attention will be given to how understanding patterns within the plant world can allow one to demystify the green wall and begin to have confidence in the usefulness and abundance of plant resources all around us. In the words of Henry Thoreau “The woods and fields are a table always spread”.
Marc N. Williams, Ethnobotanist Executive Director, Plants and Healers
Marc Williams is an ethnobotanist who guides for No Taste Like Home. He has studied the people plant connection intensively while learning to employ botanicals for food, medicine, and beauty. His training includes a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies concentrating in Sustainable Agriculture from Warren Wilson College and a Master’s degree in Appalachian Studies concentrating in Sustainable Development with a minor in Geography and Planning from Appalachian State University. He has spent over a decade working at a multitude of restaurants, various farms, and travels throughout 23 countries in North/Central America and Europe. Marc is also Executive Director of Plants and Healers International www.plantsandhealers.org and on the Board of Directors of Appalachian Institute for Mountain Studies. He has taught hundreds of people about the marvelous world of plants, people and their interface with over 50 organizations in the last few years and online at the website www.botanyeveryday.com . His greatest hope is that his efforts may help improve our current challenging global ecological situation.
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