Sun, May 24 | Washington College Academy School Of Art

Native Wild Foraging Mentorship Program

Learn Native American methods of wild plant foraging safety, identification, and harvesting techniques used by Native Americans and then teach others! FREE!
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Native Wild Foraging Mentorship Program

Time & Location

May 24, 2020, 9:40 AM – Oct 19, 2020, 12:00 PM
Washington College Academy School Of Art, 116 Doak Ln, Limestone, TN 37681, USA

About The Event

Learn Native American methods of wild plant foraging safety, identification, and harvesting techniques used by Native Americans and then teach others! FREE!  

We are excited to offer a unique class that could forever impact your life and your family during these uncertain times. The Appalachian Mountain Region is the most biodiverse area of the United States. Learn what edible plants grow wild here; how to harvest sustainably; and how to prepare it.​

This is a mentoring program that will take place in northeast Tennessee one Sunday per month for six months. Read more about the requirements on the downloadable course description and application document (available in Word, pdf or Pages format).

Program Instructor:

Renowned Smoky Mountain Powhatan Herbalist

Alicia Wornicov

FOR APPLICATION CLICK HERE

Program Application Deadline: April 30, 2020

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