Date: Sunday, August 20
Time: 2:30 – 5:00 p.m.
Interested in learning what kinds of plants our beautiful region has to offer? Do you want to learn how to safely and sustainably forage for wild plants? Come along for an afternoon walk in the beautiful Wildwood Demonstration Forest with experienced forager and plant expert Richard Kuehnel to receive an introduction to the edible, medicinal, practical, and toxic plants of our region. This workshop is intended to empower you with knowledge to confidently go out on your own to gather and utilize some of the useful plants that our environment has to offer, as well as to add more depth to your relationship with the land. No experience is needed, and all ages are welcome.
It is optional but recommended to bring a water bottle, note paper and pen, and a camera to take photos of what we find.
About the Instructor
Richard Kuehnel is an avid plant enthusiast and creator of many herbal products. He has gathered knowledge for over half a decade from experts in the field, master herbalists, various sources of literature, and lots of hands on experience – all while staying in tune with intuition and spirit. Richard devotes much time to observing nature and experimenting with what he finds. His life passion and work is dedicated to plants and herbs, as well as helping those in need of healing. www.herbalpotionsandlotions.com[/author_info] [/author]
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